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Unique Homes features the new neighborhoods at The Greenbrier Sporting Club.

The Greenbrier Welcomes 3 New Neighborhoods - Unique Homes

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The Greenbrier Welcomes 3 New Neighborhoods

For the first time in more than a decade, The Greenbrier resort has announced 3 new golf course neighborhoods at The Greenbrier Sporting Club.

The 3 new neighborhoods will allow golf enthusiasts the opportunity to live on the recently restored Meadows and Old White TPC courses. New homeowners may live among golfers Bubba Watson and Phil Mickelson, who also call the resort home.

While the three neighborhoods each provide unique features, they all share stunning golf course views.

THE WILLOWS

Located along the Nos. 15, 16 and 17 fairways of The Old White TPC Course, this course offers spectacular fairway and mountain vistas. Sixteen total sites — ranging in size from 0.37 acres to 0.66 acres — will make up this neighborhood. The homes are also within close proximity to The Greenbrier Golf Club, the outdoor pool and the tennis and fitness center.

SHAWNEE CORNER

This course will offer 3 new homesites along the third fairway of the Meadows Course, which recently underwent a redesign and restoration process. These new sites offer golf course and mountain views with a central location that provides easy access to The Greenbrier Sporting Club and The Greenbrier.

ASHFORD

Located within The Greenbrier Sporting Club’s main gated entry, these 7 homesites will be built along a new 9-hole Par-3 Course, which is currently under construction. These sites also offer breathtaking golf and mountain views.

Along with the 3 new neighborhoods, The Greenbrier Sporting Club is also offering 2 new homesites as part of the popular Lodge Cottage neighborhood along Howard’s Creek. A limited number of these new homesites are available in conjunction with a Founding Partnership contribution of $500,000. Founding partners receive a $500,000 credit toward the purchase of a developer-owned homesite or home in The Greenbrier Sporting Club’s existing community or a future homesite. Membership to The Greenbrier Sporting Club includes no greens fees on any of The Greenbrier’s 4 golf courses.

Members will also receive exclusive access to:

  • The Members’ Lodge, a 32,000-square-foot facility with a restaurant, bar & pro shop.
  • The Sports Complex with the latest in technology, 25′ climbing wall, 2 ASB squash courts, personal trainers, classes, heated outdoor infinity pool, har-tru tennis courts, seasonal grill, and sauna.
  • The Snead golf course
  • Ananda in the Alleghenies Spa
  • The Summit, which features a restaurant and bar, indoor basketball/volleyball court, infinity pool, event glade, miniature golf, and playground.
  • 55+ activities offered at America’s Resort, which include golf, tennis, swimming, falconry, and The Casino Club.
Build Your Wildest Dream Home

Build Your Wildest Dream Home

The Greenbrier Sporting Club was recently featured in Robb Report. “Let the imagination run rampant as your dream home manifests in the exclusive locale of an all-inclusive golf resort.”

Build Your Wildest Dream Home on West Virginia's Glamorous Golf Course Resort - Robb Report

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Build Your Wildest Dream Home on West Virginia’s Glamorous Golf Course Resort

Let the imagination run rampant as your dream home manifests in the exclusive locale of an all-inclusive golf resort.

BY LIVIA HOOSON ON JULY 29, 2017

Set at the base of the Allegheny Mountains—resplendent in its canted peaks and verdant forests—you’ll find the Greenbrier National Historic Landmark, which has been providing a glamorous lifestyle for members since its inception in 1778.

18th hole on the Old White TPC golf course

18th hole on the Old White TPC golf course

That’s the setting for the golf course homes at Greenbrier Sporting Club in West Virginia—which some would say is the very epitome of country grandeur. The resort sits on an impressive 11,000 acres with innumerable activities like off-road driving in a UTV, falconry, horse-back riding, hiking, canopy tours, golfing, kayaking and the list continues. You might call it the ultimate playground for families though it simultaneously appeals to a wide range of demographics looking for a unique living or vacation experience.

The Greenbrier currently has 28 new sites available for purchase as well as resale homes and plots of land across the property in distinct areas from the pristine fairway to the babbling creeks. The main resort is outfitted by the acclaimed interior design firm Dorothy Draper with architecture and decor influenced by the surrounding natural environment evoking a rustic and provincial feel. Across the resort are cottages, chateaus, and modern estates with wooden beams, stonework, vaulted ceilings, and ample living space heightened by thoughtful integration of the mountainous landscape.

The dense forestry of West Virginia surrounds the neighborhoods with wooded seclusion creating cozy abodes with ample privacy. The new home sites are built on .3 acres to 1.2 acres and can be purchased for a minimum of $600,000, with completed homes on up to 22.7 acres being sold for up to $6 million. New buyers can take their time to craft a dream oasis, utilizing the substantial list of architects, builders, and landscape designers along with local interior designers that have been pre-approved by the board at The Greenbrier.

Aside from the confines of the neighborhood’s development regulations and keeping to the design aesthetic they assure there are no limitations to how lavish a residence can be. Home theatres, wine cellars, Sub-Zero and Wolf appliances, stone terraces, copper roofing, stately fireplaces, exposed beams, and Mahogany flooring are among the palette to choose from. On average, owners can build their home within about 12-15 months working closely with the designers to execute their vision.

For new buyers, a one-time equity membership is $120,000, with annual dues around $16,500 which are paid at the beginning of the year. The annual community association fee of $2,850 covers 24-hour security, road maintenance, and landscaping in each neighborhood. Upon immediate purchase of a home or site owners become members of The Greenbrier Sporting Club, giving them exclusive access to the members-only golf course, spa, equestrian center, lodges, restaurants and the resort’s plethora of other extensive amenities.