This attractive Georgian-style home in Lamplighter Valley has plenty of curb appeal. Features include 2 master suites plus 2 additional bedrooms, a family room with a gas fireplace, a sunroom, a brick patio and extensive professional landscaping. Nestled in a well-kept neighborhood in its own private valley, the Lamplighter subdivision has well-maintained residences and underground utilities.
A brick sidewalk leads to the entry, with a decorative natural wood door. The 2-story foyer features a large stained-glass chandelier and oak flooring, which is found throughout most of the home.
Just ahead, the kitchen has granite counters with a double stainless-steel sink and a multicolor tile backsplash, maple cabinetry, a double pantry closet, and recessed lighting. Appliances include an LG refrigerator with two freezer drawers, a gas Kitchen Aid range, a Whirlpool microwave oven, and a Bosch dishwasher. There is a handy breakfast nook with a pass-through window to the family room. The formal dining room is located on the opposite side of the kitchen.
The focal point of the family room is a brick fireplace and hearth with a large Samsung TV mounted over the mantel. This room connects to a sunroom with six windows, which has double doors exiting to a backyard brick patio covered by a trellis, perfect for grilling, outdoor dining or just plain relaxing.
The main level includes a separate music room/parlor, a half-bath, and a tiled laundry room with Whirlpool Cabrio appliances, storage cabinets and an extra-deep utility sink.
One of two full master suites is conveniently located on this level. The master bedroom includes 2 closets. The master bath features a soaking tub with a tile surround, a separate shower and a cultured marble double vanity.
A carpeted oak staircase leads to the upper level. The landing at the top of the stairway has built-in bookcases on both sides of the home’s Palladian window, and it offers a closer view of the exceptional stained-glass chandelier in the foyer.
There are three bedrooms on this level. Bedroom 1 is another full suite, with a walk-in closet and a sitting area/office tucked in an alcove with a hipped roof. The tiled bath has a jetted soaking tub, a separate shower and a double vanity with a cultured marble counter and integrated sinks. Bedrooms 2 and 3 are similar but smaller than the suite, and they share a tiled hallway bath with a shower-tub, a cultured marble double vanity, and a linen closet.
The lower level full basement is unfinished but carpeted, and it could be readily converted to accommodate a recreation room, workout space, man cave, studio, or additional bedrooms. The basement is accessed by stairs from the foyer or from the attached double garage.
The Lamplighter subdivision is only 1.5 miles from downtown Lewisburg. Often viewed as a perfect 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 endless offerings include multiple golf courses, a spa, a tennis complex, a casino, 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, the largest ski complex in the Mid-Atlantic States, is a scenic 90-minute drive to the north. It offers an extensive system of mountain biking trails in the off-seasons.
Spacious and turnkey-ready, this Lamplighter Valley home offers style and comfort in one of Lewisburg’s most desirable neighborhoods.