A winding country road leads to this spacious 2-story, 4-bedroom, 2-bath home with an upstairs apartment and an extra-large 2-bay garage. Set on 2.4 +/- picturesque acres with beautiful mountain views and a large level yard, there’s plenty of room for pets, gardening and outdoor activities. Downtown White Sulphur Springs and The Greenbrier are just 4 miles away.
Set against a wooded mountain backdrop, this roomy home has a barn-style gambrel roof that adds architectural interest and creates more interior space. The exterior is HardiePlank, a high-quality long-lasting fiber cement siding that looks like cedar and is impervious to weather and insect damage.
The covered front porch opens to a small entryway and the living room on the left, with hardwood flooring, a picture window and a ceiling fan. On the right, the kitchen has tile flooring, oak cabinetry and butcher block-style counters with a double stainless-steel sink. Appliances include a Whirlpool electric range, a GE side-by-side refrigerator-freezer, and a Kenmore dishwasher. There is a large separate pantry room. The spacious dining room has French doors opening to aback porch.
Also on the main level there is a full bath with a shower-tub and a cultured marble sink.
An oak staircase leads to the upper level, which includes 4 bedrooms and an adjacent family room and second kitchen.A large deck just off the family room overlooks the front yard. The kitchen has handcrafted oak cabinetry, an eat-at counter and a stainless-steel sink. There is a Kenmore refrigerator-freezer and a Montgomery Ward electric range.
The master bedroom has hardwood flooring, a ceiling fan and two closets. Bedrooms 2 and 3 have attractive hand-crafted built-in dressers. Bedrooms 3 and 4 have hardwood flooring, while bedroom 2 has carpeting. The bedrooms share a bath with ceramic tile flooring, a shower-tub and a cultured marble sink.
The 2-bay garage is roomy enough for 2 vehicles and a workshop. A wood stove supplies heat in the garage.
Beautifully maintained and upgraded by its owners (the metal roof is only 2 years old), this substantial country home is built to last, comfortable and well-maintained.
Big Draft Road leads directly to White Sulphur Springs, an historic Alleghany mountain town currently undergoing a major downtown revitalization with new shops and restaurants. Just beyond downtown, the 11,000-acre world-famous Greenbrier resort has been drawing visitors to the area since the late 1700’s.
Other points of interest include the charming town of Lewisburg, 20 minutes away, known for its shopping, fine dining and lively arts scene. Also nearby are the annual State Fair of West Virginia and the 75-mile long Greenbrier River Trail, which parallels the scenic river.Snowshoe, the largest ski resort in the Mid-Atlantic States, is an hour-and-a-half drive to the north.