Elegant and comfortable 4-bedroom, 3½-bath home with beautifully crafted stone and woodwork, gorgeous mountain views, two miles from downtown Lewisburg.
This exceptionally attractive 5400-square foot home has an open plan living, kitchen and dining area, a large multilevel deck with sunrise mountain views, a soaring cathedral ceiling, a stacked stone fireplace, Douglas fir timbers, wormy red oak flooring and pecan cabinetry. Warm, inviting, perfect for entertaining, and only two miles from downtown Lewisburg’s shops, restaurants and entertainment.
A short drive down a wooded lane leads to Price Run Crossing, a quiet neighborhood of elegant homes on Lewisburg’s eastern edge. A circular driveway fronts this stylish 2-story timber frame home, which blends modern creature comforts with tasteful rustic touches. The exterior is sided with Hardieplank, which mimics the look of natural cedar but is impervious to fading, rot and insect damage and provides a lifetime of value. Its covered stone porch, flanked by birch trees, provides a welcoming entrance.
The 31-foot atrium foyer offers a first glimpse at the home’s pleasing blend of stonework, fir beams from the Pacific Northwest and red oak flooring. Expansive glass windows offer mountain views to the east, which are also enjoyed from the deck that spans much of the home’s width. The deck is sited to catch the morning sun and provide shade in the afternoon and evening.
Competing for attention with the living room’s spectacular views is its 2-story stacked stone fireplace, which cleverly incorporates a stone outline of the State of West Virginia. The fireplace features gas logs, a raised stone hearth and a Douglas fir mantel. The eliving room is expansive and flexible enough to accommodate conversation, reading, TV and even a game of pool simultaneously.
The kitchen area has Bordeaux granite counters, a 6-seat island with a double stainless steel sink, and pecan cabinetry topped with display shelves. Kitchen Aid appliances include a side-by-side refrigerator-freezer, two wall ovens, a solid surface countertop stove, a dishwasher and a microwave oven. The adjacent dining area has a picture window and a decorative chandelier.
The nearby tiled pantry/laundry room has pullout shelves, a double stainless steel sink, a quartz counter, a Frigidaire refrigerator-freezer, and a Whirlpool washer and dryer. The 2½-car garage can be accessed from this room. The first level also has a half-bath.
An open staircase with repurposed plank treads leads to three bedrooms on the second level. The spacious master suite has exposed rafters, wormy red oak flooring and a large walk-in closet with built-in shelves. The exposed rafters continue into the tiled master bath, which has hickory cabinets, a large quartz and cultured marble vanity, a jetted soaking tub and an oversized glass-and-tile shower.
Finished portions of the basement level include a carpeted family/TV room, a carpeted bedroom with a ceiling fan, and a large tiled bath with a granite counter, cultured marble sink and a tiled shower with a built-in seat. The unfinished portion of the basement includes a workshop/utility room with a built-in workbench. The lower level opens onto a bluestone patio directly below the deck, which offers similar mountain views and access to the terraced yard.
The charming town of Lewisburg, just 2 miles away, was once named the Coolest Small Town in America. Historic Lewisburg offers shopping, fine dining, art galleries, year-round live theatre and concerts, the State Fair of West Virginia, two annual food festivals and a literary festival.
Three miles from the property, the 75-mile long Greenbrier River Trail is popular with bicyclists and hikers. Snowshoe Mountain Resort, the largest winter sports complex in the Mid-Atlantic States, is a 1½-hour drive to the north on a scenic country highway.
The world-famous Greenbrier resort is in nearby White Sulphur Springs, only 10 minutes away. Set on 11,000 pristine acres, the resort boasts a dozen restaurants, 50 boutique shops, 55 indoor and outdoor recreational activities, 5 golf courses, an equestrian center with 10 miles of riding trails, and a tennis complex with a 2500-seat stadium. The Greenbrier hosts an annual PGA Tour event and it serves as a summer training camp for NFL teams.
This exceptional upscale home is attractive, comfortable, private and conveniently located.