Attractive, spacious and boasting many extras, this two-story home in the Lamplighter subdivision offers ready proximity to downtown Lewisburg and the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine. Features include stained oak floors, skylights, a living room and two family rooms/dens, an eat-in kitchen with an adjoining deck, a private upper level master suite and sunrise mountain views.
A winding driveway leads to the home, perched on a hill overlooking the Lamplighter neighborhood and distant mountains. Grey with white trim, the 25-year old home is well-maintained and has a tidy appearance. The covered front entry opens into an impressive two-story foyer with an upper level window and a chandelier. To the right of the foyer, the living room has stained hardwood flooring and four windows affording views of the mountains to the east.
A large kitchen with a breakfast nook is located in the rear. It has cherry cabinetry, attractive gray solid surface counters and a double stainless-steel sink. The lighting is recessed, and five windows and four skylights add plenty of natural light. Frigidaire appliances include a side-by-side refrigerator-freezer, an electric range, a dishwasher and a wall-mounted microwave oven. The kitchen and breakfast area have chandeliers. French doors open to a deck, providing an inviting space for outdoor dining and entertaining.
The kitchen and living room connect to a dining room with an eye-catching tray ceiling and a chandelier. The dining room has a chair rail, oak flooring and mountain views similar to those in the living room.
Designed as a split-level on four distinct levels, the home’s second level includes a family room/den, two bedrooms and a bath. The large family room has hardwood flooring, skylights, a ceiling fan and a built-in bar. A wall-mounted TV hookup accommodates even the largest screen, guaranteeing there’s never a bad seat in the house for movies and sporting events.
The two bedrooms on this level are carpeted and share a hallway bath with a tiled shower-tub and a double vanity with cultured marble sinks.
The master suite is on the third level. The carpeted master bedroom has two skylights, two dormer windows and a ceiling fan. The bedroom has two closets and incorporates an adjacent dressing area. The tiled master bath has a soaking tub, an attractive walk-in shower and a vanity with a marble counter and integrated sink.
Two smaller carpeted bedrooms are also on this level, easily repurposed for other uses if desired.
The lower level includes a second family room with a gas fireplace, flanked by built-in bookshelves and storage cabinets. This level also has a bedroom, a bath with a tiled shower, a laundry room with Whirlpool Cabrio appliances, and a gun safe. The attached 2-car garage is accessed from this level.
The Lamplighter subdivision is a small, well-kept neighborhood tucked in its own private valley, bordered by woodlands and a farm. All utilities are underground, giving the neighborhood a tidy, uncluttered look. The subdivision is 1.5 miles from downtown Lewisburg and the same distance 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 many 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.
Unique, spacious and turnkey-ready, this spacious Lamplighter Valley home offers style and comfort in one of Lewisburg’s most desirable neighborhoods.