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0.11 acres Lewisburg, WV $155,000

0.11 acres Lewisburg, WV

Greenbrier County Oak Hall Red Oak Realty

Type: Residential

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946 acres Lewisburg, WV $2,700,000

946 acres Lewisburg, WV

Greenbrier County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage w/House

DESCRIPTION The 946+/- acre Toler Farm has a long and rich history and is well known throughout the historic Greenbrier Valley as a top cattle farm. From the 1930s to the late 1970s, the farm was owned by Amos and Samuel Combs, one of the Valleys longest settled families. The farm contains approximately 281 acres of open ground consisting of pasture, row crop and alfalfa fields. The remaining 665 acreage contains valuable high quality hardwood timberland. There are two large farm houses and one guest home, along with several sheds and outbuildings. All buildings are in very good repair, as is the fencing and watering facilities throughout the farm. The pastoral setting of the farm is further complimented by the nearby charming village of Lewisburg, just 10 minutes east. Historic architecture, a vibrant arts scene, several restaurants, boutiques and art galleries all form an eclectic mix that enriches the laid-back lifestyle of the Valley. The area is blessed with modern medical facilities, a major airport, great shopping and all the conveniences found in larger cities. Still yet, with more cattle than people in the area, it is easy to get to know your neighbors and form lasting friendships. The world famous Greenbrier Resort is just 20 minutes east and Snowshoe Resort is only a 90 minute drive north. The Greenbrier River and New River plus 5 state parks offer unlimited outdoor recreational opportunities. LOCATION The Toler Farm is located in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, about 10 minutes west of the historic village of Lewisburg. From the intersection of Route 219 and Route 60 in Lewisburg, travel US Route 60 west 8 miles and the property will be on both sides of the road. The property may also be reached by taking the Alta Interchange (#161) on I-64 and traveling east on Route 60 for 1 miles and the property will be on the both sides of the road. Google Coordinates are: Latitude 037.8710149 N Longitude 080.5355866 W Elevation ranges from 2083 to 2530 Address is HC 40, Box 39, Lewisburg WV, 24901 THE SURROUNDING AREA The Toler Farm comes with a great community known for its friendly residents and laid-back lifestyle. The Greenbrier Valley is richly blessed with a wide array of cultural events that keep life in the valley interesting and satisfying. A year round live theater, Carnegie Hall (one of four in the USA), fine dining, art galleries and boutiques make up the thriving downtown historic district in Lewisburg is also the county seat of Greenbrier County and home to the WV Osteopathic Medical School (600 students) and the New River Community and Technical College. The area is a strong economic generator with a solid workforce employed in county/state government, tourism, hospitality, education, retail, construction, wood products, mining and agriculture. In 2011, Lewisburg was named Coolest Small Town in America and is just a 10 minute drive to complete shopping, churches, schools, medical-dental facilities, fine dining, and a modern hospital. The airport, with the longest runway in the state is just 10 minutes away and has daily flights to Atlanta and Washington DC. For the water enthusiast, the Greenbrier River is 10 miles away at Caldwell. The Greenbrier River is the last un-obstructed river east of the Mississippi and offers a great float/canoe/kayak experience. The fishing for small mouth bass is considered excellent. The Greenbrier River trail is an 86 mile long rails to trails system and offers exceptional hiking and biking opportunities along the scenic Greenbrier River. Within an hours drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Winterplace Ski Resort, whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley River, 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort and the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding and rock climbing opportunities. Snowshoe Ski Resort is a 90 minute drive through some of the most scenic country on the East Coast. The new 10,600 acre Boy Scout High Adventure Camp and home to the US and World Jamboree is an hours drive. The world renowned 4-Star Greenbrier Resort, home of the PGA tour, is just 25 minute drive. Several other area golf courses are available in the area. Rock climbing, ziplining, horseback riding and the 100 + mile long Hatfield-McCoy ATV trail makes for a very active recreation area. HOUSES AND FARM STRUCTURES There are two large farm houses and one guest home on the property. These homes are all in excellent repair and well kept. The two historic farm houses are currently occupied, one by the owner and the other is rented. The guest home is occupied from time to time when friends and family come for a visit. Other structures include: 1 detached garage in good repair 1 Recreation building in excellent repair 2 large pole sheds in excellent repair 2 larger outbuildings in nice condition 1 hand cut stone building-Historic 1 Gazebo near the main house AGRICULTURAL RESOURCES The Toler Farm contains approximately 281 rolling acres of the Valleys richest agricultural land. For many years now, the farm has been leased to one of the areas outstanding farming and ranching families. Sustainable farming practices are utilized in every aspect of the farming operation and contribute heavily to the success of the farm. Close attention has been paid to fence maintenance, soil productivity (liming and fertilizing according to annual soil testing), weed control, pasture rotation to prevent overgrazing and the pastures are brush hogged on a routine basis. In the fall, after the corn has been harvested, winter rye is planted to retain the topsoil and prevent erosion. Cattle graze on seasonal grasses and several tons of hay is produced annually from the hay and alfalfa fields. A 40 acre portion of the open land is planted each year in corn and converted to silage to feed livestock during the winter months. The soils and elevation are also very well suited for the production of grapes and the farm would be an ideal place to establish a vineyard or commercial fruit orchard. The pasture areas are fenced and cross fenced and the fencing is considered to be in very good condition. Greenbrier County is noted for its production of beef cattle and the Toler Farm has long maintained a presence in the production of the highest quality Black Angus beef. There are 2 nice ponds on the property that stay full year round. The Greenbrier Valley is primarily agrarian based and is the #1 producer of cattle in the state and the second largest sheep producer. The area is also well known for the breeding of fine horses, having a rich tradition of show competion and horse pulls. The 4-H and Future Farmers of America youth groups are active in the community and area schools. Beekeeping is also a very popular pastime in the area and the Toler Farm would be well suited for the production of honey with some well-placed hives. FOREST RESOURCES AND WILDLIFE The Toler farm is blessed with 665 beautiful forested acres that have been well tended over the past 80 years of Combs-Toler ownership. Sustainable forestry practices have resulted in an extremely well manage forest that is highly productive. A morning walk in the forest offers a welcome respite from all the daily cares of the world. Listening to a wood thrush singing in the canopy is one dividend Wall Street can never promise. With excellent hardwood quality and numerous pole-sized and sawlog-sized stems, the tracts timber resource is well-positioned for product shifts over the coming decade which will drive its long-term asset value growth. Sawlog volumes are dominated by White oak, Red oak, Sugar Maple, Yellow Poplar and Black Cherry, some of the fastest-growing species with historically strong veneer and lumber market demand. Other species include Hickory, Ash, Sycamore, Buckeye and Sourwood. Several Heritage Trees can be found scattered throughout the forest and field edges. These ancient trees, some 200-300 years old, have withstood the test of time, weathering ice, wind, lightning strikes, fire and of course, woodpeckers. The forest is home to a vast array of wildlife which includes an amazing variety of song birds, owls, hawks, woodpeckers, ravens and wild turkeys. White tailed deer, raccoon, opossums, rabbits, chipmunks, coyotes, bobcats and maybe a black bear with her cubs enjoy the protection offered by the forest. The edge effect that is created between field and forest is the perfect habitat for all the resident wildlife. Oak, hickory and walnut trees drop tons and tons of nuts on the forest floor each fall. Beech trees, Stag horn sumac, black cherry and tulip trees produce seeds and berries as well. The forest trees provide an important nutrient source for the animals, thereby assuring they can gain enough fat to survive the winter. The forest floor is home to several types of mushrooms, medicinal plants, wild ginseng, ferns and cool green mosses. One could spend a lifetime getting to know this inviting environ. Parts of the forest were lightly thinned at various times over the past 80 years. There is an exceptional stand of medium aged timber that will be ready for harvest in the next 10 years. There are several thousand trees that may be harvested now but given a little time, these trees will mature into world class Veneer, export logs and high quality sawlogs. The timber thinnings have been conducted under the guidance of a professional forester, with the timber trails designed to flow with the lay of the land resulting in a network of easy to traverse trails for hiking, ATV and horseback riding. The forest is growing rapidly and the trees are healthy. No forest pests such as Gypsy Moth or Emerald Ash Borer have been found on the property. Some areas of the farm that were once cleared for pasture have been abandoned for agricultural use and are evolving into a well-stocked hardwood forest that will be ready for harvest in the next 30-40 years. Not surprising, the corn field, forest, shrubs and pasture grasses are highly productive in producing tons and tons of oxygen while at the same time eliminating huge amounts of Carbon Dioxide; Natures way of reducing our Carbon Footprint. MINERAL RESOURCES The coal, oil& gas, sand and stone rights will convey with the property. There are no leases currently let and the property will convey with a fee simple title. All prospective purchasers are encouraged to have an attorney do a title search prior to purchasing. The Marcellus Shale underlies the property at a depth of 5000+ . The east coast Marcellus Shale Region is thought to contain enough natural gas to power the United States for over 100 years. The horizontal drilling technology necessary to reach the mile deep shale strata has rapidly evolved and drilling in the Marcellus strata is a reality in WV. There are no known coal reserves underlying the property. GEOLOGY-CAVES AND CAVERNS The entrance to a mile long cave system can be found on the eastern boundary of the farm. This cave was recently surveyed and mapped by a local geologist/spelunker Bill Balfour. It is literally a cool place to visit and enjoy being in a completely different and exciting environment. The temperature of the cave stays a cool 50 degrees year round. The Greenbrier Valley has a most unique geological formation called Karst Topography, which is an underlying system of caves and caverns that have been slowly carved out of the limestone rock strata over millions of years. This weathering away of the limestone produces lots of interesting formations both above and below ground and one can spend hours exploring for stalactites, stalagmites and fossils. TAXES AND DEED INFORMATION The property is assessed in as 945.66 acres in the Williamsburg District (#18), Tax Map 61, parcels14.R1 and 14.R2 Taxes for 2012 were assessed as Class II &III property in the amount of $1,886.07. The deed is recorded in the Greenbrier County Courthouse, Lewisburg, WV in Deed Book 314, page 62. ZONING Greenbrier County has a Subdivision Ordinance and all prospective buyers contemplating division of property into lots should consult the Greenbrier County Planning Commission. All prospective buyers should contact the Greenbrier County Commission and Health Department when considering purchasing or developing any property in the county to determine if the property is subject to any additional zoning ordinances. UTILITIES There is electric and phone service on the property. Public water or sewer is not available at this time. Water may be provided by drilled well or spring. Sewer service is provided by septic systems. Satellite providers such as HughesNet provide high speed internet service. Television reception may be provided by either DirectTV or DishNetwork. Cell phone coverage is adequate in most places on the property. Weekly trash pick-up, daily newspaper and daily mail delivery is available at roadside. Overnight courier service is available. Public school buses run daily when school is in session. ACCESS AND BOUNDARIES The property was completely surveyed in April of 1937 by J.D. Hume. The boundary was found to contain 1030 acres, from which 84.34 acres was conveyed in September 1974, Deed Book 289, page 524, to the WV Department of Highways for the construction of Interstate 64. Most of the boundary lines have been recently surveyed by the adjoining property owner. Most of the boundary has some sort of fencing in various stages of repair running along the boundary line. The property is served by US Route 60, which is a year round, state maintained, paved highway. The property fronts on the highway for 1.8 miles. The Old Kanawha Turnpike (CR 60/11) leads down into the heart of the property. This road accesses only the farm and does not receive use by the public. The Alta Interchange (#161) on Interstate 64 is one mile west of the property. Please call the office today to arrange your private tour of this fantastic Greenbrier Valley farm.
 

150 acres Lewisburg, WV $1,200,000

150 acres Lewisburg, WV

Greenbrier County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3 Baths | 3185 SqFt

DESCRIPTION Superbly located less than 10 minutes from the heart of downtown Lewisburg, Levels End is an extraordinary 150 +- acre country estate situated in the highly desirable area of the Richlands where property is much sought after, but seldom comes available, especially a larger estate property such as this. Levels End is tucked away on a little traveled country road where the valley meets the foothills of Muddy Creek Mountain. Milligan Creek originates from springs at the foot of Miller Mountain to flow lazily through the property and is home to the brook trout, West Virginias only native trout. Only two percent of West Virginias streams support this beautiful fish with yellow and blue speckled green body. Highlights: 150 +/- expansive acres 100 +/- acres in mature woodlands 30 +/- acres in fields or pasture land Superb private location in highly desirable, convenient area 4-bedroom home with year round guesthouse Large, inviting rooms Modern, spacious kitchen with gas fireplace and 6-burner Viking stove (w/indoor grill + double ovens) New appliances Spectacular 2-tiered deck off kitchen Tiered stone walled gardens surrounding shady bricked patio Sauna in guest house Hand-hewn log cabin built from materials over 100 years old New energy efficient 4-zone oil furnace Milligan Creek native brook trout stream Mix of fields and mature forestland Outbuildings: Main barn, grain barn, potting shed, smokehouse, and machine shed Hunting and Fishing Varietal fruit trees Farming opportunities Historically, the property and the creek once housed the center of commerce for the unincorporated town of Richlands. The millpond still can be seen, as can the foundation for one of the first area post offices just across the lane. The blacksmith shop, a pivotal site in the remarkable story of the Greenbrier Ghost, is said to have been located at the foot of this property. The cabin perched on one of Levels Ends high meadows is rumored to be a section of the original Mill. The main home of Levels End sits high above the road, with a deep privacy screen of old growth trees, wild dogwoods, and evergreens. Nestled by regal old maples, walnut, and heirloom variety apple trees, the home boasts peaceful views from every window, yet has complete privacy from the main road or neighboring homes. This early-century farmhouse has the charm of days gone by, but has been beautifully and thoughtfully updated for comfort, convenience, character, and longevity using fine materials and craftsmanship. From the hand carved accoutrements in the master bath to the custom kitchen and two level-curved ipe and cedar deck, the modern renovations maintain and enhance the simple elegance of country living. The homes many options for indoor and outdoor space enhance the livability and quality of life. The custom kitchens open design, including an island that seats 3 and a cozy corner gas fireplace, makes it ideal for cooking and entertaining. The kitchens French doors open onto a spectacular multi-tiered deck featuring a large stone fireplace, comfortable shade, and breathtaking views of the surrounding countryside an idyllic and inviting venue for enjoying a glass of wine with friends, gathering the family, or curling up with a book. The property is well suited for one person or many. The year-round guesthouse adjacent to the main four-bedroom home, boasts a sauna, bomb shelter, and distinctive studio space that could double as a workshop or easily be converted into living space. Adventurous types looking for a rustic experience will enjoy the hand-hewn log cabin perched on a ridge overlooking the Richlands. With a large stone fireplace perfect for evening fires on a cool night and a covered front porch ideal for relaxing during a rainstorm as raindrops dance on the metal roof, this cabin provides a heavenly getaway with expansive views across Greenbrier Valley all the way to Peters Mountain in Virginia. This sprawling property is perfect for inspiring nature walks, horseback riding, hunting, or fishing. Approximately 30 acres are in fields or pasture, 20 acres in fields transitioning into new growth forest, and about 100 acres mature woodland. One favored spot to visit is a pond fondly known as Wandas Landing named after the sellers best friend who loved to run and jump in the cool waters on a hot summer day. This pond is fed by a seasonal stream and tucked away at the mouth of a hollow where the old fields meet the mountain. Levels End even has an in-ground pool now a vivarium for tadpoles, newts, and frogs that could be restored for swimming laps or family gatherings. Levels End is situated such that new owners could farm the land or lease out parcels to a local farmer for growing hay or running livestock. The terrain and topography of this unique property affords many options for additional building sites throughout the estate, allowing for the potential of future expansion. TIMBER MINERALS AGRICULTURE WILDLIFE The Levels End forest is a mixture of majestic old growth timber stands adjacent to former farm fields. Many mountain homesteads were abandoned after World War II when the mountaineers left the state to find employment in the northern cities. This was also the time when the horse/oxen drawn farm machinery was replaced with the modern farm tractor. The steeper fields and pastures where no longer tended as the tractors could not navigate the hillsides like the horses and oxen could. Greenbrier County in the 1950s than there is today. The old fields on Levels End have been transformed into a lush forest dominated by White Oak, Black Cherry, Yellow Poplar, Black Walnut and Black Locust. The timber stands that were not formerly in agriculture contain some outstanding old growth trees. Huge white oak, red oak, hickory, sugar maple, chestnut oak and yellow poplar trees dominate this lush and very special forest. Some of these trees would be considered Legacy Trees, those trees that were here before the mountaineers settled the mountains in the late 1800s and have withstood the test of time. Each year, the forest produces tons of Oxygen while taking in tons of Carbon Dioxide, helping to lessen mankinds Carbon Footprint. This is an important long-term value so often overlooked when thinking about the forest. The mineral rights are believed to convey with the property. Prospective buyers may want to have their attorney do a separate title search to confirm the title to the mineral rights. There are currently no leases of any kind on the property. The Levels End forest produces tons and tons of acorns, hickory nuts, walnuts, wild grapes, blackberries, beechnuts, poplar and maple seeds. Because there is such an amazing food source, there is an abundance of wildlife, including wild turkey, white tail deer, raccoons, opossums, squirrels and chipmunks. The dense forest, with its closed canopy, is home to a variety of song birds, owls, ravens, buzzards, woodpeckers and hawks. Many of these birds nest in the den trees, which are full of holes and cavities. The birds feed on a variety of insects, including hundreds of thousands small caterpillars that inhabit the upper reaches of the canopy. HOME INFORMATION 1.5 Story Main Home & Guest Home Main Home Living Area: 3185 Guest Home Living Area: 1564 Total Living Area: 4749 Year Built: Turn of the 20th century Total Rooms: 8 Bedrooms: 4 Total Bathrooms: 3 Full Bathrooms: 3 Garage Type: 2-Car Detached 576 sq ft Lot Acres: 150 +/- Acres Foundation: Stone/Block Roof: Metal Date of Roof: Recently replaced and has a lifetime guarantee, as well as a 35-year warranty on finish Floor: Hardwood, Marble and Tile Heat: Oil, Hot Water Baseboard Items to Convey: All appliances, most (but not all) lighting fixtures HOME DIMENSIONS Main House Total Living Area: 3185 Main Level: 2619 Second Level: 566 Main Floor Living Room: 20.5x14 Office: 10x12 Dining Room: 15x10.5 Bath: 7.5x7.5 Bath 2: 10x8.5 Master Bedroom: 13x11 Bedroom 2: 13x13 Bedroom 3: 16x16 Kitchen: 15x16 + 15x6 Library: 7x7.5 + 17.5x14.5 Hall: 16x6 Bedroom Hall: 6x9 Hall Stairs: 7x12 Hall Stairs Second: 23.5x8 Second Floor Bedroom 4: 23.5x12 Bath: 3x4 + 7.5x4.5 GUEST HOUSE Guest House Total Living Area: 1564 Main Level: 969 Basement: 595 Total: 1192 sq ft Studio: 16x21 Living room: 8x18.5 Sauna: 7x7 Bathroom: 7x 7.5 Bedroom: 16x14 Basement: 15x17.5 Kitchen: 8x15 LOG CABIN Unfinished Square Footage: 500 1-Room: 16 x 20 Foundation: Stone Roof: Metal No Utilities Covered Porch THE AREA Lewisburg, which is the Greenbrier County seat, was voted the Coolest Small Town in America in 2011, combining the warmth of a close community with the sophistication of more urban locations. Levels End is just a 10-minute drive to the thriving historic downtown district. The downtown offers year-round live productions presented at the State Professional Theatre of WV, Carnegie Hall, distinctive dining venues, antique shops, award-winning galleries/boutiques, and two summer-season farmers markets. There is also a modern hospital and all attendant medical facilities, along with many the big box stores Lewisburg is home to the WV Osteopathic Medical School (600 students) and the New River Community and Technical College. The area is a strong economic generator with a solid workforce employed in county/state government, tourism, hospitality, medical, education, retail, construction, wood products, mining and agriculture. The world-renowned Greenbrier Resort, with 800 rooms and 1600 employees, is located nearby in the sleepy little town of White Sulphur Springs. The 4-Star resort has a subterranean casino and is home to the PGA tour, the Greenbrier Classic. The Greenbrier County Airport with WVs longest runway is located just 15 minutes away and provides daily flights to Atlanta and Washington DC. A picturesque train ride from neighboring Alderson connects the area to DC, Phili, Chicago, and many other locations. By car, DC is 4 hours away and Charlotte is only 3. Within an hours drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia: Winterplace Ski Resort, the 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort, the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park, and whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley Rivers. The new 10,600 acre Boy Scout High Adventure Camp, Summit (home to the US and World Jamboree) offers weekend visitors ziplining and canopy tours, ropes courses, climbing and repelling, mountain biking, as well as BMX and skate plazas. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding, and rock climbing opportunities. Snowshoe Ski Resort is a 90-minute drive through some of the most scenic country on the East Coast and provides the opportunity to visit the historic Cass Scenic Railroad State Park. In addition to the Greenbrier Resort golf courses, several other area golf courses are available in the area including Oakhurst Links, Americas first golf course, where guests play using old style hickory-handled clubs and ground-burrowing golf balls! ZONING Greenbrier County has a Subdivision Ordinance and all prospective buyers contemplating division of property into lots should consult the Greenbrier County Planning Commission. All prospective buyers should contact the Greenbrier County Commission and Health Department when considering purchasing or developing any property in the county to determine if the property is subject to any additional zoning ordinances. TAXES, DEED, LEGAL INFORMATION Greenbrier County Lewisburg District Map 6 Parcels 13, 19 Deed Book 464 Page 405 Taxes 2013: $1,098.60 .. 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5.6 acres Lewisburg, WV $978,000

5.6 acres Lewisburg, WV

Greenbrier County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3.5 Baths | 3188 SqFt

Welcome to Peekaboo this home and surrounding views are meant to be experienced, not just seen. The view is sweeping from the ridge of Muddy Creek Mountain on the left and past Keeney Knob to the right. The long view is over a vast expanse of mountain forest dotted with farms, past the Greenbrier River Valley and farther on to Tazewell County, Virginia, some 80 miles in the distance. You will look over the edge of the sandstone cliff to see the village of Asbury and, as though set by the hand of an artist, the small white country church named for the first Methodist bishop in America. An unnamed gorge, deeper than the New River Gorge at the great bridge, often fills with fog that climbs the cliff as clouds and sweep over the house. The view has no airport, freeway, utility lines nor other sign of man except where his hand enhances it. Even the moaning red lights of mountain towers add to the serenity. Homesite Placement The house sets comfortably back from the edge of a sandstone cliff that includes a monolith, an outcropping to which a bridge spans the narrow but deep chasm that divides it from the cliff proper. The driveway is serpentine and approaches the house from the side through un-cleared woods so as to hide the view from the driver. The first a visitor sees of the dramatic scene is as he walks up the front steps and looks through the great room. It is an unforgettable first impression to a magnificent house. Overall Design Concept The owners wanted the house to be an experience rather than simply a house, to be an emotional experience The homesite has one of the worlds most beautiful views. The house should bring the lot inside. The bedroom wings are low on the lot to give you the feeling of being outdoors while being in comfortable surroundings. The house should blend into the lot rather than stand out. The view and the lot, not the house, were paramount. All colors are matched to things found on the lot. The master bedroom, for example, was color matched to the top and underside of a sugar maple leaf plucked from a sapling which grows at the edge of the homesite. The color of the great room ceiling matches the sky and clouds you see on most summer days. Flowers, leaves, lichens, mosses and sky colors are all brought into the house with its color palette. This plan is a Donald A. Gardner Cedar Creek, #959, developed for several mountain golf course communities in the Carolinas. The main floor is 3188 square feet according to the plans with 600 square feet in the bonus room above the garage. While the bonus room is unfinished it has a complete HVAC system. The house is a fusion of Southwest contemporary and Allegheny rustic. Textured walls and smooth ceilings, a reversal of regional convention Pot shelves rather than soffits to enhance the feeling of space, provide an area for night lighting and decoration Porcelain tile floors Porcelain is nearly indestructible. It will never deteriorate or need refinishing. Easy to clean Absorbs and then radiates heat from the sun and the fireplace during the winter. (Not an issue in the summer because of the higher sun line) Set on cement board which is laid over the subfloor SpectraLock epoxy grout Does not stain Does not chip or otherwise deteriorate Semi-gloss paint in the living areas to enhance the sunlight streaming through the windows and to evoke the feeling of water, another natural element. HOME FEATURES Comfort. The most important home featureand often the most overlooked. Conditioned crawl space. This is a relatively new technique developed by Clemson University that seals the crawl space and insulates its exterior walls. This captures the natural heat of the Earth in the winter. The floors of the home are not insulated thereby allowing the heat to radiate up through the floor. Even with the furnaces off, the owners have seen a 50-degree temperature differential between the outside ambient air and the atmosphere in the great room. (On the morning of 2/11/2011, the temperature in the great room was 57-degrees with the furnace off while the outside temperature was five-degrees) Conversely, the crawl space works to cool the house in the summer. The feature also reduces humidity thereby reducing the likelihood of mold. Exterior vents are installed that can be unsealed for dehydration in the event of a plumbing leak. Three registers are installed in the HVAV system in the crawl space in the event the occupants want a warmer or cooler floor. Glass Pella Architectural and Designer series windows and doors and windows Triple and double pane. Higher R-rating than the walls of a log home according to our HVAC installer. Low E reduces the ultra-violet light which is harmful to cloth and wood. Special coating on the glass reduces dirt buildup. Clear View (barely visible) screens. Computer designed heating, ventilation, and cooling (HVAC) systems. Computer designed system for the greatest comfort and efficiency. Four zones (great room, master wing, guest wing and bonus room). Very high-efficiency dual compressor heat pumps with propane backup for the lowest noise and turbulence thereby making the home cozy and draft-free in spite of its magnificent cathedral ceilings and open space. (The system in this house cost about twice that of a conventional spider system which is common in this area. A spider system usually consists of a single large unit with a single main duct running the length of the house with small ducts branching to each space. Such a system moves the air too quickly thereby limiting its ability to remove humidity. This results in a cool and clammy feeling in the summer plus noticeable noise and draftiness. The lowest bid for HVAC was just over $12,000. This system cost about $30,000. The owners have no question they would do it again. Insulation All adjacent lumber is calked. Every hole through which a wire passes is foamed. Exterior walls are 6 thick. Bedroom interior walls are insulated. Temperature differential between the floor and cathedral ceiling was measured to be only two-degrees in the winter. Kitchen Very rare virgin American chestnut cabinetry. Virgin wood is taken from the tree rather than recovered structures. You will find no nail or bolt holes in the wood. Highest rated appliances in each category as reviewed by Consumer Reports and J. D. Powers and Associates and other reviewers. GE Monogram. Trivection ovens, refrigerator and trash compactor Bosch dishwashers (2) Electrolux induction cooktop Gaggenau indoor char grill. Dacor downdraft ventilator Insinkerator 3-stage garbage disposal, capable of reducing even turkey bones to a slurry that is more digestible by the septic system Corian-type countertops. Also chosen after research Very large cooking island with hidden electrical receptacles for buffet service and electric appliances Built-in china cabinet in great room plumbed for sink Instant hot water dispenser Electrical and lighting Wired for an emergency generator Surge protection circuit breaker boxes Numerous outlets Lighting circuits on dimmable controls. The lighting in this house is truly spectacular. You will notice troughs at the base of each cathedral ceiling. These contain lights that you may adjust to give you the perfect glow for get-togethers or even night lights. You may leave all lights on the lowest setting thereby spreading an estimated 50-watts of illumination throughout the house resulting in turning the whole structure into a single, inexpensive night light. Another advantage of dimmable lights is one can purchase larger bulbs than he needs and then operate them on a lower setting. In other houses the sellers own, they have bulbs that are still burning after 20 years of service. The porch rails have LED lights beneath the handrails plus theater lighting on the stair posts. This gives enough lighting for use during the night but not so much that it interferes with ones ability to see our magnificent night sky. The rail lighting also adds depth to the rooms at night because they illuminate the space beyond the windows. Plumbing Hot water loop that gives each faucet near instant warm water Renai tank-less, on-demand hot water heater Kohler Sok Tub. Plastic pipe which is advertised as split-proof if frozen. (Freezing not likely with the conditioned crawl space) Well, 305 deep. Alarm Fully wired system including the crawl space. Sensors include perimeter, movement, glass breakage, water leakage, fire, carbon monoxide. Cell phone central ringing. They have removed the weakest component of a central-ringing system, the land line, which can be cut rendering the system inoperable. Communication with the emergency monitor is by cellular telephone device. Foundation and Framing: In seeking to build a home of the finest quality crafted by the most careful construction, the owners sought to hire one of the very finest home builders in the area. This house was built by Hobert McCoy. Because its fit and detail are so impressive, some have described it is a huge piece of furniture. But such a house, regardless of how it looks, is, over time, only as well built as that which you cannot see. It may be the only house in the area that is built on a site that has been bored for geotechnical considerations. Six separate borings show a very hard rock shelf of quartzited sandstone. One boring was impossible to cut through the hard rock. Nevertheless, Mr. McCoy poured footers and piers with double the concrete recommended. The reinforcement bar was raised rather than placed directly on the soil as is often done. This technique practically makes the rusting of the reinforcement bars impossible. In addition to the perimeter footers, there are 84 piers that carry the weight of the house. Even though the lot drains well, red clay was imported and then compacted around the foundation thereby vastly reducing the water that percolates through the soil around the foundation. French drains were installed at the base of the footers. Laminated joists and rafters. McCoy rejected every wall stud that was not absolutely straight, about a third of all delivered studding. Where is this rejected wood? Probably in other newer area homes. Exterior Select tight knot (STK) Western Red Cedar, chosen for its insulation qualities and quietness during windy conditions. This home is nearly silent in the wind. Stained in Cabot Oracle Sun and Indian Corn colors Stone is Muddy Creek Mountain sandstone, quarried right here on the other end of Muddy Creek Mountain, from the same geological formation on which the house rests Architectural grade asphalt/fiberglass roof shingles Grass is a special wire fescue. It grows to a height of four to six inches and gradually starves out all other plants including weeds and other grasses. Except for some debris from limb breakage, it is maintenance-free. Its rough, clumpy growth pattern matches the rough natural texture of the heavily wooded lot. The other grasses you may see were imported with topsoil and are gradually disappearing. LOCATION Peekaboo sits at an elevation of approximately 2,500 feet and is located in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, just 6 miles west of historic downtown Lewisburg which was named Americas Coolest Small Town in 2011. Historic architecture, vibrant arts scene, delectable cuisine, boutiques and art galleries form an eclectic mix that enriches the laid-back lifestyle of the Greenbrier Valley. The area is blessed with modern medical facilities with the hospital just 7.5 miles away, a major airport, great shopping and all the conveniences found in larger cities. Still yet, with more cattle than people in the area, it is easy to get to know your neighbors and form lasting friendships. The world famous Greenbrier Resort is just 30 minutes east and Snowshoe Resort is only 90 minutes drive north. The Greenbrier River and New River plus 5 state parks offer unlimited outdoor recreational opportunities. Area: Muddy Creek Mountain Google Coordinates: LAT: 37.826506 LON: -80.540366 LEGAL INFO Property Address: 549 Asbury Trace Lewisburg, WV 24901 Greenbrier County Blue Sulphur District Tax Map 24, Parcel 129 Deed Book 514, Page 233 Real Estate Taxes 2012: $3,099.07 Homeowners Association: Yes Please call the office to experience this spectacular home.
 

3.6 acres Lewisburg, WV $875,000

3.6 acres Lewisburg, WV

Greenbrier County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 4 Baths | 6 SqFt

DESCRIPTION The historic Arbuckle II home is a stunning 1815 residence with total modern renovation just minutes from downtown Lewisburg and the Greenbrier Resort. The home has been lovingly remodeled into a luxury residence with French and Italian influences while preserving many of the original 1815 materials and charm. Home is fully modernized with indoor pool, security system, whole house generator, and custom kitchen. Many handcrafted fixtures of the finest quality used throughout the home. Overlooking the rural countryside, the surrounding grounds include a mature orchard of apple and pear trees plus ancient oaks over 100 years old. The owners also incorporated a greenhouse, detached garage and garden area. Highlights: 1) Brand new luxury on Landmark Property 2) Total renovation of property just completed 3) State of the art convenience Home lives as new 4) Original 1815 Materials & Charm Preserved 5) Large modern master suite 6) 4 bedrooms 11 fireplaces 7) Heated Indoor Pool/Spa & Wine Cellar 8) 3.6 Acre Estate Grounds, 100 year old trees and orchard 9) Greenhouse & 3-Car Garage 10) Full-house generator and advanced security system 11) Great location near downtown Lewisburg, Greenbrier Resort & PGA Course For detailed information on the custom renovation, please see the supplemental materials under the Maps and Documents section. HOME INFORMATION Brick 2-Story Home Approx. 6014 sq. ft. Year Built: 1815 Total Finished Sq. Ft. 6014 +/- Main Floor Sq. Ft. 2970 +/- Upper Floor Sq. Ft. 2324 +/- Wine Cellar Sq. Ft. 720 +/- Rooms: Bedrooms: 4 Total Bathrooms: 4 Full Bathrooms: 2 3/4 Bathrooms: 2 Garage Type: 3-Car Detached Lot Acres: 3.6 Acres Foundation: Stone Roof: Metal Date of Roof: 2013 Floor: Hardwood, Ceramic Tile, Brick, Concrete Heat: Gas Furnace, Heat Pump, Gas Fireplaces Air Conditioning: Heat Pump, AC Unit Items to Convey: 50+ Year Old Butcher Block, Heartland Appliances {2 Refrigerators, Dishwasher, Gas Range & Oven, Wood cooking stove, Trash Compactor} Samsung Washer & Dryer, Stacking Washer/Dryer Set, Micro-Fridge, Kohler 48K Whole House Generator THE SURROUNDING AREA The Historic Arbuckle II Estate is more than just beautiful real estate; it comes with a great community known for its friendly residents and laid-back lifestyle. The Greenbrier Valley is richly blessed with a wide array of cultural events that keep life in the valley interesting and satisfying. A year round live theater, Carnegie Hall (one of four in the USA), fine dining, art galleries and boutiques make up the thriving downtown historic district in Lewisburg. In 2011, Lewisburg was named Coolest Small Town in America and is just a 5 minutes drive to complete shopping, churches, schools, medical-dental facilities, fine dining, and a modern hospital. The airport, with the longest runway in the state is just 10 minutes away and has daily flights to Atlanta and Washington DC. Lewisburg is also the county seat of Greenbrier County and home to the WV Osteopathic Medical School (600 students) and the New River Community and Technical College. The area is a strong economic generator with a solid workforce employed in county/state government, tourism, hospitality, education, retail, construction, wood products, mining and agriculture. For the water enthusiast, the Greenbrier River is 10 minutes away in three different locations: Fort Spring, Ronceverte and Caldwell. The Greenbrier River is the last un-dammed river east of the Mississippi and offers a great float/canoe/kayak experience. The fishing for small mouth bass is considered excellent. The Greenbrier River trail is an 86-mile rails to trails system and offers exceptional hiking and biking opportunities along the scenic Greenbrier River. Within an hours drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia. Winterplace Ski Resort, whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley River, 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort and the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding and rock climbing opportunities. Snowshoe Ski Resort is 90 minute drive through some of the most scenic country on the East Coast. The new 10,600 acre Boy Scout High Adventure Camp and home to the US and World Jamboree is an hours drive. The world renowned Greenbrier Resort, home of the PGA tour, is just 20 minutes drive. Several other area golf courses are available in the area. Rock climbing, ziplining, horseback riding and the 100 + mile long Hatfield-McCoy ATV trail makes for a very active recreation area. UTILITIES Internet: Frontier Electricity: MonPower Water: City Sewer: City Propane: AmeriGas LOCATION & LEGAL INFO Property Address: 340 Old Powell Road Lewisburg, WV 24901 LAT 37.778436N LON 080.4776008W Elevation: 1,800 Greenbrier County Fort Springs District Tax Map 9, Parcel 9 Deed Book 549, Page 835 Taxes 2013: $1,380.70 ZONING The property is located in Fort Springs District and is subject to some county zoning. Greenbrier County has a Subdivision Ordinance and all prospective buyers contemplating division of property into lots should consult the Greenbrier County Planning Commission. All prospective buyers should contact the Greenbrier County Commission and Health Department when considering purchasing or developing any property in the county to determine if the property is subject to any additional zoning ordinances.
 

3.3 acres Lewisburg, WV $849,000

3.3 acres Lewisburg, WV

Greenbrier County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 4 Beds | 3 Baths

Description: One of Lewisburg's finest and renowned historic estates in the heart of town. 4 bedroom, 3 bathroom stately stone lodge with slate roof on 3+ Acres overlooking Lewisburg. Beautiful manicured grounds with white oak trees over 500 years old. Owner Narrative: History Privacy Nature Location In 1934 amid the mountains of Greenbrier County, this West Virginia Lodge was constructed as a summer home for a patron of Lewisburg arts, Ruth Dayton. It was placed on a hilltop overlooking historic Lewisburg and surrounding mountains, in remnants of The Grove. This ancient grouping of large oaks was noted on pre-Civil War maps and local lore describes it as a pre-Revolutionary War Indian campground, where Col. Lewis formed the militia before marching to the Ohio to defeat Chief Cornstalk and the Shawnees. In the Battle of Lewisburg, a Union attack thru The Grove broke the Confederate lines forcing their retreat across the Greenbrier River. Today, as you enter Daywood's driveway you are immediately immersed in its 3.3 acres of beauty and privacy. Driving up the hill to the stone house you encounter large oaks (2 of them estimated to be over 500 years of age); walnuts, maples, dogwoods, pines, rhododendrons, wild honey suckle, azaleas, flaming bush hedges and other flowering shrubs and flower beds that add patches of color to the greenery of the big trees and rolling lawn. Here blooms abound from the last freeze of winter until hard frosts return in late fall. In summer, the perfume of magnolia blooms fills the air, and hilltop breezes rustle the leaves of large trees. After work, as a surgeon, I often unwound by viewing sunsets from the front stone walk. These where best savored relaxing in wooden chairs with family and friends. On summer days Daywood's lawn is frequented by 3 or 4 fawns that fearlessly frolic and graze, as squirrels scamper in the trees above. At dusk, adult deer magically appear to feast on acorns as did their ancestors for hundreds of years. Behind the house is an old brick serpentine wall that encloses a secret garden-courtyard with hydrangeas, roses, azaleas, a vegetable garden with scattered tomato and squash plants, and mature manicured boxwood hedges. Birdfeeders and a large bird bath resting on a millstone combine to offer a delightful bird watching experience. In 1934, no expense was spared in the construction of Daywood. The stone facing of the home was quarried and cut on the property, the ceilings were high, the crown moldings were large and of chestnut. The fireplaces were numerous and the roof was of slate. The living and dining rooms were spacious. One large upstairs room has a vaulted ceiling and hand hewn beams of chestnut. A custom hand hammered copper chandelier and braces for the beams also grace the grand chestnut room. This unusual room was Mrs. Dayton's billiards room where she authored books, and entertained guests. The house was designed to float boldly atop its hill. Today aside from the addition of a large sunroom, little has changed. The living room with its large fireplace is the center of our winter family activities. The magnificent sunroom addition with chestnut raised ceiling, stone walls, and a large bank of windows, which fill the room with natural light, and open to catch cool breezes that blow thru the branches of the majestic gentle giant (a 500 year old oak tree) that stands close by. The shops, restaurants, live theater and entertainments of Lewisburg are within walking distance. If anyone desires a break from Almost Heaven, the entrance to I64, Greenbrier Valley Airport, and The Greenbrier Resort are only a few miles away. If interested in being part of the next exciting chapter of Daywood's history, please come visit! Dan & Nancy S.
 

35.4 acres Lewisburg, WV $699,000

35.4 acres Lewisburg, WV

Greenbrier County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 3 Beds | 3 Baths | 3374 SqFt

DESCRIPTION This substantially constructed timber-frame and log home sits on the western top of Muddy Creek Mountain with panoramic long range views both east and west. Surrounded by forestland and rural farmland, this 35 acre tract offers quality meadow land and stand of second growth woodland with small pond and both privacy and convenient access to town and services. LOCATION Raven Ridge elevation is approximately 2,950 feet and is located in Greenbrier County, West Virginia, 7.5 miles west of historic downtown Lewisburg, voted Coolest Small Town in USA in 2011 with historic architecture, vibrant arts scene, diverse cuisine, boutiques and art galleries forming an eclectic mix that enriches the lifestyle of the Valley. The area has a top-rated medical school with teaching clinic, modern medical facilities with the hospital just 9 miles away, large airport, and the convenience and amenities of larger cities. The world famous Greenbrier Resort is just 30 minutes east and Snowshoe Resort is 90 minutes drive north. The Greenbrier River and New River plus 5 state parks offer unlimited outdoor recreational opportunities. HOME This built to last home is constructed over a basement of solid, poured concrete (not hollow concrete blocks) with reinforcing bars. With log master suite and cedar siding skin over the timber frame, the three bedroom, two and a half bathroom home contains approximately 3,374 square feet of living space plus a walkout basement with approximately 1,808 square feet of space and garages and shop with approximately 1,000 square feet of space. Large windows (Anderson) in the home take advantage of the sweeping views. The large windows in the central part of the home are made of tempered glass which makes them stronger and protects against the elements. The stone (from the property) fireplace of Russian design is in the great room. The home has hardwood floors with comfortable carpet in the bedrooms. The home is well insulated and has central heat and air conditioning with a Heil high efficiency gas furnace servicing the main part of the house and a separate heating/air-conditioning system servicing the bedrooms above the garages and shop. In-line hotwater heater provides continuous hot water even during maximum volume use. The master bedroom has a walk-in cedar board closet and a propane stove to keep you extra toasty on cool mornings. The master bath has tiles floors, a jacuzzi tub, shower and two sinks, and ample storage. The upstairs bedrooms each have private balconies to take advantage of the sweeping vistas and peaceful rural setting. The kitchen area has black walnut butcher-block countertops, a large walk-in cedar-lined pantry with freezer and ample storage. The built-in microwave, stove with dual fuel range, oven, dishwasher, refrigerator, washer and dryer will convey. The office/ nursery just off the great room has a commanding view of the pastoral Asbury Valley. From the east and west porches, you will experience breathtaking sunrises, spectacular sunsets and relax in the evenings watching the fireflies and the stars in all their brilliance. An exciting time comes in the summer when you may view the Fourth of July Fireworks in two different towns which are 20 miles apart and never have to leave your home. Surrounding the home are walkways made of natural stone interlaced with Irish Moss and ivy. Among the many flower beds can be found a wide assortment of perennial plants. LAND Raven Ridge consists of approximately 14 acres of very high quality hay fields and the remainder in nicely laying woodland. The soil is good and the land has good exposure to the morning sun which would make for a great orchard possibility. Wildlife viewing opportunities are endless, especially since the home sits at the peak of the ridge and overlooks the fields and forest. Deer, turkey, squirrels, rabbits, and other woodland creatures make this area their home. Ravens and many species of birds are found in this country setting. UTILITIES Underground electric and telephone service the property. Cell phone coverage is excellent at this altitude. High Speed Internet connection is gained through satellite or cell tower hotspot. Television reception is provided through satellite. Local television may be received by roof antennae. Water is superbly clean, clear and tasteless from a drilled well to a depth of 650 feet. An in-ground drip type septic system provides for sewage treatment. A 1,000 gallon propane tank serves the gas furnace, inline hot water heater, small warming stove in the master bedroom and kitchen oven. MINERAL RIGHTS The mineral rights including coal, oil and natural gas convey. Prospective buyers may want to have an attorney conduct a mineral title search to verify the title. TAXES AND ZONING Real estate taxes for 2013 are approximately $1,243. The property is assessed in Greenbrier County, Lewisburg District, Map 10, Parcels 19 and 19.1. The property being sold is described as containing 28.441 acres in a survey by Charles W. Smith dated July 2, 2008 and being a part of the lands conveyed by deed of record in the offices of the Clerk of Greenbrier County in Deed Book 492, Page 473 and Deed Book 527, Page 698. ACCESS AND BOUNDARIES The property has been surveyed and contains 35.4 +/- acres. A copy of the Plat Map may be found under the Documents section. Access is provided by a 1920s era court ordered right of way off of Pine Grove School Road (County Route 33/1). The right of way has never been contested and there are no known issues regarding it. The United States Postal Service and the County School Bus provide service up to the beginning of the driveway. Please call the office for a guided tour of this spectacular property. Owner financing may be available to qualified buyers with substantial downpayment.
 

1.84 acres Lewisburg, WV $455,000

1.84 acres Lewisburg, WV

Greenbrier County Paul Grist FoxFire Realty

Type: Acreage w/House 6 Beds | 6 Baths | 4406 SqFt

DESCRIPTION Spacious 6 bedroom brick home sitting on 1.86 acres with large yard and outdoor pool in the private neighborhood of Buckingham Acres just minutes from downtown Lewisburg. Expansive home has 16 rooms including a large spacious master bedroom with wall-to-wall closets and sitting area in addition to a 2 bedroom mother-in-law suite/ apartment in the walkout basement. With plenty of living space indoors and out, this home includes a large sunroom with wraparound windows, a large deck and patio area plus a level grass croquet court that can have many uses. LOCATION 25 Marys Lane Lewisburg, WV 24901 Buckingham Acres Greenbrier County Coordinates are: Latitude 37.801984N Longitude -80.429728W Elevation: 2230 Schools: Lewisburg Elementary Eastern Greenbrier Middle School Greenbrier East High School HOME INFORMATION 2 Story with Basement Approximately 4406 sq. ft. Year Built: 1974 Total Finished Sq. Ft. 4406 +/- Main Floor Sq. Ft. 2020 +/- Upper Floor Sq. Ft. 1404 +/- Basement Finished Sq. Ft. 982 +/- Basement 784 +/- unfinished Total Rooms: 16 Bedrooms: 6 Total Bathrooms: 6 Full Bathrooms: 4 Garage Type: Attached, 2-Car Lot Acres: 1.84 +/- Siding: Brick Foundation: Concrete Roof: Metal Date of Roof: Unknown Floor: Hardwood Oak Floors, Carpet, Linoleum Heat: Hot Water Radiant Heat, Natural Gas Furnace Air-conditioning: Central Air (Main Floor only) Attic Fan Fireplaces Natural Gas (3) Utilities: Water: City Sewer: Septic Natural Gas Mountaineer Gas Telephone: Landline Internet: Suddenlink Cellphone Coverage: Excellent Items to Convey: Oven/Range (2), Dishwasher, Washer, Dryer, Freezer DIMENSIONS Main Floor Living Room 15.5x25.5 Dining Room 19x12 Foyer 19x12 Mud Room 11.5x13 Parlor Room 23x13.5 Bath Room 4x3.5 Sun Room 15.5x15 Kitchen 16x11 Laundry 17x13 Garage 2525 Second Floor Bedroom 19x12 Bath 7x7 Bedroom 2 15x13 Bath 7x10 Foyer 17x12 Bedroom 3 11x14 Master Bedroom 15.5x25 Master Bath 7.5x8 Lower Apartment Living Room 10.5x15 Bedroom 15.5x11.5 Bathroom 11x5 Great Room 25x15 Kitchen 12x10 Bathroom 8x6.5 Storage 37.5x25.5 Kitchen 12x10 Bath 8x6.5 Rear Deck 1334 Brick Patio 2037 ADDITIONAL BUILDINGS Shed 1618 Swimming Pool 2040 Pool Deck 3370 Pool House 910 THE AREA Lewisburg, which is the Greenbrier County seat, was voted the Coolest Small Town in America in 2011, combining the warmth of a close community with the sophistication of more urban locations. Levels End is just a 10-minute drive to the thriving historic downtown district. The downtown offers year-round live productions presented at the State Professional Theatre of WV, Carnegie Hall, distinctive dining venues, antique shops, award-winning galleries/boutiques, and two summer-season farmers markets. There is also a modern hospital and all attendant medical facilities, along with many the big box stores Lewisburg is home to the WV Osteopathic Medical School (600 students) and the New River Community and Technical College. The area is a strong economic generator with a solid workforce employed in county/state government, tourism, hospitality, medical, education, retail, construction, wood products, mining and agriculture. The world-renowned Greenbrier Resort, with 800 rooms and 1600 employees, is located nearby in the sleepy little town of White Sulphur Springs. The 4-Star resort has a subterranean casino and is home to the PGA tour, the Greenbrier Classic. The Greenbrier County Airport with WVs longest runway is located just 15 minutes away and provides daily flights to Atlanta and Washington DC. A picturesque train ride from neighboring Alderson connects the area to DC, Phili, Chicago, and many other locations. By car, DC is 4 hours away and Charlotte is only 3. Within an hours drive are located some of the finest recreational facilities in West Virginia: Winterplace Ski Resort, the 2000 acre Bluestone Lake, Pipestem State Park and Resort, the 80,000 acre New River National Gorge National Park, and whitewater rafting / fishing on the New River and Gauley Rivers. The new 10,600 acre Boy Scout High Adventure Camp, Summit (home to the US and World Jamboree) offers weekend visitors ziplining and canopy tours, ropes courses, climbing and repelling, mountain biking, as well as BMX and skate plazas. Five other area state parks and state forests offer unlimited hiking, horseback riding, ATV riding, and rock climbing opportunities. Snowshoe Ski Resort is a 90-minute drive through some of the most scenic country on the East Coast and provides the opportunity to visit the historic Cass Scenic Railroad State Park. In addition to the Greenbrier Resort golf courses, several other area golf courses are available in the area including Oakhurst Links, Americas first golf course, where guests play using old style hickory-handled clubs and ground-burrowing golf balls! TAXES, DEED, LEGAL INFORMATION Greenbrier County Deed Book 525, Page 503 Lewisburg Corp Tax Map 21, Parcel 158 Taxes 2013: $1,759.81 Call today to schedule your guided tour of this fantastic historic property.
 
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