423 Lamplighter Drive

423 Lamplighter Drive, Lewisburg, WV

Luxurious 5-bedroom home in a quiet upscale neighborhood close to downtown. Gourmet kitchen, large deck, beautifully finished lower level, 3-car garage.

  • Property Narrative

    Attractive, well-built and boasting many extras, like the only 3-car garage in the Lamplighter subdivision, this spacious home offers just about everything, including ready proximity to downtown Lewisburg and WVSOM. Features include stained hickory floors, Brazilian granite counters, a private office, a Jacuzzi, a multi-level deck and even its own Irish Pub with room for a pool table on the lower level.

    This 2-story brick home offers over 4000 square feet on three levels, including a finished walkout basement with a pressed tin ceiling and a custom-designed bar.

    A concrete and washed aggregate driveway and sidewalk leading to the columned front porch. The attractive front door opens into an entry hall with a chandelier and coat closet. The great room is ahead, a private office is on the left, and a spacious dining room on the right.

    The focal point of the large living room is its gas fireplace, trimmed in tile with a decorative oak mantel. The living room has a ceiling fan and recessed lighting. Two atrium doors with transoms open to a 16×40-foot deck overlooking the landscaped yard and lower deck with a pergola. The deck is also accessible from the kitchen, creating a natural flow for outdoor dining and entertaining.

    The kitchen is open to the living room. It features eye-catching Brazilian granite counters, cream cabinetry with display shelves, a pantry with pull-out drawers and a second pantry closet. The kitchen island has a Jenn Air gas cooktop with a concealed Wolf vent that rises from the counter at the push of a button. The Jenn Air oven below the cooktop is electric. Other appliances include a Bosch dishwasher and a below-the-counter Sharp microwave drawer. In addition to recessed ceiling lights, there are six hanging lights over the island.

    The office has French doors, built-in bookshelves, three windows (two are floor-to-ceiling and have decorative arch transoms), and a crystal chandelier. Another door exits from the office to the kitchen.

    The spacious dining room also features two floor-to-ceiling windows similar to those in the office. The dining room flows seamlessly into the living and kitchen areas.

    Just off the kitchen is a southwest-facing sunroom with windows on three sides. The location of the sunroom makes it an ideal breakfast nook and a good spot for houseplants.

    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

    Osteopathic Medicine the community is home to an attractive campus of New River Community and Technical College.

    The Greenbrier, 8 miles away in White Sulphur Springs, is one of the world’s top luxury resorts. The hotel’s offerings include multiple golf courses, a spa, a tennis complex, a casino, over 50 boutique shops, and a dozen restaurants.

    The nearby Greenbrier River draws anglers and kayakers, and the 75-mile long Greenbrier River Trail is popular with hikers and bicyclists. Snowshoe Ski Resort, a scenic 90-minute drive to the north, is the largest ski complex in the Mid-Atlantic States, and it offers an extensive system of mountain biking trails in the off-season.

    Unique, spacious and turnkey-ready, this Lamplighter Valley home offers style and comfort in one of Lewisburg’s most desirable neighborhoods.

  • Location

    423 Lamplighter Drive Lewisburg, WV 24901
    Greenbrier County

    Latitude: 37° 48′ 15″ N
    Longitude: 80° 25′ 27″ W
    Elevation: 2207 feet

    Lewisburg Elementary School Eastern Greenbrier Middle School Greenbrier East High School

  • Home Information

    2-story with finished basement

    Total Square Feet: 4,781
    Main Level Square Feet: 2,122
    Upper-Level Square Feet: 1,184
    Lower Level Square Feet: 1,475 (finished)
    Basement Square Feet: 585 (unfinished)
    Year Built: 1996

    Total Rooms: 11
    Bedrooms:  5/6
    Full Bathrooms: 4
    Half Bathrooms: 1

    Lot: .52 acres

    Construction: Wood Frame
    Siding: Brick

    Foundation: Poured Concrete

    Roof: Architectural Shingles
    Floors: Hardwood, Ceramic Tile, Carpet
    Heating: Natural Gas
    AC: Central

    Kitchen Countertops: Brazilian Granite
    Bath Countertops: Leathered Granite

    Fireplace: 1, Gas Logs (remote control)
    Stove: 1 Freestanding, Gas

    Garage Type: 3-vehicle, attached

    Items to Convey: Ceiling fans, Jenn Air gas range with Wolf vent, Jenn Air electric oven, Sharp under-the-counter microwave, Bosch dishwasher, Jenn Air trash compactor, garbage disposal, GE half-size refrigerator, Kitchen Aid dishwasher, the pool table is negotiable.

  • Utilities

    Water: City
    Sewer: City
    Natural Gas: Yes
    Internet: Multiple providers
    Cellphone: Multiple providers

  • Legal & Tax Information

    Greenbrier County
    District: Lewisburg
    Map: 22
    Parcel: 21
    Deed Book: 433
    Page: 05

Greenbrier County



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