A laundry room and a half bath with a pedestal sink are also on the main level near the kitchen.
The carpeted master suite is just off the living room, with a ceiling fan, four windows and an exit to the deck. The generous master bath features a double vanity with custom cabinetry, leathered granite counters, and a built-in makeup table. The bath has a Jacuzzi soaking tub with chromotherapy lights, enhanced by decorative tile work and a glass block window. The zero-entry tiled shower has dual shower heads and a built-in bench. Two walk-in clothes closets and a linen closet are also in this bathroom.
An oak staircase with an Oriental carpet runner leads to the upper level. At the top of the stairs, there is a recessed display window over the home’s front door. This is accessed via a closet in one of the bedrooms, so it’s not necessary to use a ladder to reach it.
The carpeted upper level has four bedrooms and two full baths. One is essentially a second master suite with its own tiled bath. This bath has a tile floor, a shower and a vanity with a composite marble sink. Bedrooms Two and Three are similar in size and have dormer windows and access to storage cubbies. Bedroom Four is a flexible space which could alternately serve as a playroom, craft room or upstairs study. Bedrooms Two, Three and Four share a hallway bath with double vanity with composite marble sinks and an Aqua Glass bathtub shower.
It’s perhaps unfair to refer to the home’s lower level a finished walkout basement. This large space has been creatively reimagined as an Irish Pub, with a pressed tin ceiling with dimmable recessed lighting, a custom-made poplar bar with seating for four, display shelves, a wine rack, hanging storage for stemware, and a built-in Kitchen Aid dishwasher and GE refrigerator. The “pub” includes space for a regulation-size pool table and a media/conversation area, both with attractive plaid carpeting. A workout room and a workshop with a workbench, utility sink and tool storage and are also on this level.
The lower level opens to the back yard, with a covered patio and a lower deck. The attractive landscaping includes a smoke tree, a weeping willow, weeping cherry trees, a crab apple and a hillside flower garden with hydrangeas and roses.
Tucked in its own private valley bordered by woodlands and a farm, the Lamplighter subdivision is a small, friendly neighborhood with residents of all ages. Utilities are underground, giving the streets a tidy, uncluttered look. The subdivision is only 1.5 miles from downtown Lewisburg and equidistant from I-64.
Often called an ideal small town, Lewisburg has fine dining, boutique shopping, a golf course, an 8-screen cinema, and a lively arts scene. Annual events include the State Fair of West Virginia, two food-themed street festivals and a literary festival. The Greenbrier Valley Theatre offers year-round live performances, and well-known artists appear in concert at Carnegie Hall. In addition to the West Virginia School of