The Greenbrier Sporting Club was recently featured in LINKS Magazine, highlighting our release of three new golf course neighborhoods.
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Three new golf course neighborhoods have opened at The Greenbrier Sporting Club, giving homeowners an opportunity to live on two newly restored courses that are among the best in the world.
The Willows lots encompass 16 homesites along the 15th 16th and 17th fairways of the Old White TPC course. Located in the center of activity, this neighborhood is a short stroll from the Golf Club, Outdoor Pool, Fitness and Tennis Center of The Greenbrier, yet also convenient to the Sporting Club amenities.
The Willows, located along the Nos. 15, 16, and 17 fairways of the Old White TPC course – which annually hosts The Greenbrier Classic, the annual PGA TOUR FedExCup stop in West Virginia – 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, which provides easy access to The Greenbrier Golf Club, the outdoor pool, and the tennis and fitness center at The Greenbrier.
Shawnee Corner encompasses 3 homesites along the redesigned Meadows Golf Course 3rd fairway. These sites have long golf course and mountain views with equal proximity to Sporting Club and resort amenities.
Shawnee Corner will offer three new homesites along the third fairway of the Meadows course, which recently underwent a redesign and restoration process and features signature pot bunkers. These new sites offer golf course and mountain views with a central location that makes access to both The Greenbrier Sporting Club and The Greenbrier simple.
Ashford, located within The Sporting Club main entry, encompasses 7 homesites along the future 9-hole, par 3 course (formerly this was the 11th & 12th of Meadow’s course). These 7 properties offer all the convenience of easy proximity to the Member’s Lodge complex while enjoying great mountain views.
The final new neighborhood, Ashford, is located within The Greenbrier Sporting Club’s main gated entry. The seven homesites will be built along a new 9-hole par-3 course, which is currently under construction. Convenient to The Greenbrier Sporting Club Members’ Lodge, these sites offer breathtaking golf and mountain views.
Along with these three spectacular new neighborhoods, The Greenbrier Sporting Club is also offering two new homesites as part of the popular Lodge Cottage neighborhood along Howard’s Creek.
If you haven’t yet toured the revised Meadow’s course or the new homesite areas, we encourage you to do so as soon as possible. Please call us to arrange a tour, toll-free, at 888-741-8989, or e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
We all have thoughts of our dream home…. features that it will embody, the spaces that will showcase our life’s collections, the rooms to entertain our family and friends, relaxation porches, luxurious bathrooms, cozy fireplaces, and dramatic ceilings. A home embodies so many things, and for each of us, the path leads to a unique dwelling that speaks to us, embraces our lives, and evokes memories to share.
Building a home at The Greenbrier has always been seen as a way to create something new in tandem with a great team of talent. We make it easy with a pre-approved selection of professionals: architects, builders, and landscape designers, along with our local, talented interior designers and artisans who can do everything from custom copper gutters to specialty wrought iron railings, painters who craft unique murals and faux finishes to the plant specialists who know which flowers and trees will enhance and grow with the home.
The process is relatively easy. Often we find new property owners spend time on the site, sit in a chair, and have a glass of wine to get a feel for the wind and the sun. Imagine yourself watching the sunset from a back deck or enjoying morning sunrise in your eastern facing kitchen.
Materials and finishes are an integral part of the planning process, though often this evolves as the building takes shape. Once the foundation and framing has started, you can get a true feel for the interior spaces and imagine yourself within. This is when many start to think about built-in cabinetry, shelving, and location of key pieces.
West Virginia offers an array of locally harvested antique timbers and stone; while steel framing, glass expanses, and concrete are well available.
In 2005, we built the Town & Country Showhouse at The Greenbrier Sporting Club on a hill overlooking The Greenbrier resort as a collaborative project with Town & Country Magazine. This home has welcomed two families to discover Greenbrier Living, and continues to showcase the quality construction and luxurious finishes available to our property owners. The following images take you through the phases of construction from start to finish; an amazing process full of creative opportunities and dream fulfillment.
Dream big; build your home at The Greenbrier.
Snead Golf Course 30 is a one-of-a-kind fairway home designed by AM Architecture, built by G & G Builders, Inc., and interior design by Laura Davis McCutcheon. Recently, we asked Laura to share with us how she began her career, what inspires her design, and why she loves designing at The Greenbrier Sporting Club. Read below to learn more!
GSC: How did you get into the interior design field, and what is your background?
LDM: When I was growing up, my father was a contractor with G & G Builders, Inc. and my mother owned a gift and accessories store. In addition to the homes I grew up in, my parents would periodically build spec homes. Over time, being on a construction site and choosing residential finishes became second nature as my parents always involved my sister and I in the process. After years of going on buying trips with my mother, I thought I want to open a retail store of my own one day. With that thought in mind, I started my freshman year of college in Charlotte, NC at the (Hugh) McColl School of Business at Queens University. As a sophomore, I realized my true passion was architecture, design, and construction. I had started to really miss all of the time I used to spend on construction sites. That revelation led me to the “Windy City” where I began studying at the Harrington College of Design in Chicago, IL. While at Harrington, I was offered an internship in Florida in the kitchen and bath industry. After a year in the “K&B” world, I was hired by Williamson Shriver Architects in Charleston, WV. While working at WSA, I enrolled in the interior design program at the University of Charleston, (design program formerly known as the Carleton Varney School of Art & Design). I graduated from UC with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Interior Design. One year after graduation, I took a position as a designer with Smith Floor Covering Distributors in order to gain more knowledge about the flooring and tile industry. Finally, with a formal education in interior design under my belt and my commercial and residential design experience in tow, I started my own company, Davis McCutcheon Interiors.
GSC: What interests you the most when designing?
LDM: The purpose of my client’s space and how they work/live within it interests me the most because the best thing I can do for them is create a space that functions properly.
GSC: Is there any particular style or designer that you admire or are inspired by?
LDM: I am truly inspired by retired interior designer, Iris Apfel. She’s 94 year old and still working, not because she has to, but because she loves it. She left the world of interiors years ago, but as an artist she has been able to reinvent herself while still maintaining her individuality. I am impressed by her business sense most of all. Clearly, when the market changed, she made changes, but did not lose herself along the way.
GSC: How would you define your style and how do you gain inspiration?
LDM: I would define my style as “well collected.” I like combining the old with the new when selecting finishes and furnishings. I think it makes a room more inviting and gives your space more character.
GSC: Describe the process in which you develop ideas for homes. What is your approach with clients and how do ideas come to fruition?
LDM: When I am starting a project with a client, I want to know what their short and long-term goals are for their space. Gaining a clear perspective of how they intend to make use of it, now and in the future, helps me to develop a strategy that not only serves their short-term needs, but helps me to create a plan that doesn’t infringe upon future design possibilities.
GSC: How many homes have you designed at The Greenbrier Sporting Club?
LDM: Snead Golf Course 30 is my first project at The GSC. I love working in a new or different environment because your perspective is constantly changing. What I may design for my client in one location will certainly differ in another. They are the only constant, so I work to make sure the space is a reflection of the people who live there. Whether it is an environment they live in full-time, their place of work, or where they go to relax and get away from it all, I want my clients to be comfortable.
GSC: What inspired the design for Snead Golf Course 30 here at The Greenbrier Sporting Club?
LDM: I wanted to create a timeless foundation for the homeowner. Something they could decorate with ease for years to come.
GSC: What makes a home at The Greenbrier Sporting Club different from other homes or projects you have worked on?
LDM: Greenbrier Sporting Club (GSC) homes are legacy homes. Traditions begin at The Sporting Club, generations gather and a lifetime of memories are made. Knowing you are a part of a team that is literally building the foundation for a family to experience that is truly special.
GSC: Why does The Greenbrier in particular hold such a special meaning to you?
LDM: As a child, it was the first place I recall seeing that truly possessed a unique interior. Now, as a designer, it’s more impressive to me that Carleton Varney and his team have provided updates over the years, but have been able to maintain the hotel’s original charm.
GSC: What is the best advice you could give to a client when designing a home?
LDM: #1: Develop a clear understanding of how you and your family currently function in your home! The more I know from the beginning, the better. The interior design of your space should above all, revolve around the way you live within it.
#2: Don’t overuse design trends! If you do you run the risk of putting a giant year or decade stamp on your interior. Let your personality shine through. If you start with a timeless foundation, sparingly use trending décor, and accessorize with personal items you have collected over the years, your interior will always be in style.
To contact Laura, please contact Laura Davis McCutcheon Interiors
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2015 SALES UPDATE FOR THE GREENBRIER SPORTING CLUB
The Greenbrier Sporting Club experienced a stellar year for sales, and finished the year with thirty-two (32) transactions for an overall sales volume of $37,841,000.
Of the thirty-two (32) closed transactions, fifteen (15) were homes purchased for a total sales volume of $31,261,000 (unfurnished). The average, unfurnished purchase price was $2,084,067.
Nine (9) of the closed transactions were homesites purchased for a total sales volume of $2,580.000. The average purchase price for homesites in 2015 was $286,667.
OAKHURST FOUNDING PARTNERSHIPS
Eight (8) of the closed transactions were Oakhurst Founding Partnerships at $500,000 each. An additional seven (7) Founding Partnerships that are pending will be finalized in Q1 2016. With the unprecedented opportunity to choose from ANY developer-owned home or homesite in our existing community or a future homesite at the Oakhurst neighborhood, we foresee many more Oakhurst Founding Partnerships closing in the new year.
We currently have ninety-two (92) active listings, consisting of thirty-four (34) homes totaling $76,093,900 and fifty-eight (58) homesites totaling $28,126,200. The average list price for a home is $2,238,056 (unfurnished), while the average list price for a homesite is $484,934. Of the ninety-two (92) active listings, only seven (7) homesites and two (2) homes are owned by The Greenbrier Sporting Club Development Company (developer-owned) and enjoy unprecedented Developer Incentives.
As of March 3, 2016, we have SURPASSED our Founding Partnership goal for Q1, and have eight (8) secured, with 5 additional being finalized. This limited-time opportunity will not last forever, and NOW is the time to join our fantastic community! For more real estate information, please contact our Real Estate Team.
The Greenbrier Sporting Club is thrilled to announce two additions to our Model Home Program! “Due to the success of the program in the past (Summit 19, 46 and 48), The Sporting Club has decided to move forward with two exceptionally designed homes at our Summit Village,” states John Klemish, Broker In Charge & Adviser to the Chairman. “These homes feature immaculate detailing and design, and hold true to the character and charm of The Summit Village neighborhood.” Summit 5 & 52 are both designed by E.L. Roach Architects, with Summit 5 being built by The Pinnacle Group and Summit 52 by Cochran Construction. Both are now under construction and will tentatively be completed by Thanksgiving 2015.
GREENBRIER SUMMIT VILLAGE 5
168 Hayes Ridge
Property #: GSV 05
~ Foundation: Stone
~ Siding: Board & Batten Cedar Lap and Cedar Shake Accents
~ Roof: Standing Seam Metal
~ Door is Custom Knotty Alder
~ Trex Decking on Back Patio
~ Oak Hardwood Floors on Main Level and Upper Level Living Areas
~ Carpeted Guest Bedrooms
~ Tile and Stone in Bathrooms
~ Locally Sourced Antique Beam and Barnwood Accents Throughout
~ Living Room Fireplace Features Stone with Antique Timber Mantel
~ Cottage-Style Painted Paneled Walls with Crown Moldings
~ Granite Countertops
~ Chef’s Kitchen with Prep Sink in Island
~ Unique Free-Standing Tub in Master Bathroom
~ Commercial-Grade Appliances: Sub-Zero, Wolf, Asko, and Whirlpool
~ Wine Cooler and Refrigerated Drawers in Butler’s Pantry
~ Pre-Wired for Sound System
~ Security System Installed
GREENBRIER SUMMIT VILLAGE 52
384 Calwell Lane
Property #: GSV 52
~ Foundation: Monroe Stone
~ Siding: Cedar Lap, Cedar Shakes, and Board & Batten
~ Roof: Standing Seam Metal Roof in Bronze Finish with Copper Gutters
~ Entry Door is a Two Panel Painted Shaker Wood Door
~ Covered and Screened Patio Off of Kitchen has Stone Floors
~ Deck Off of Living Room is Ipe Wood
~ Barnwood Accents Throughout ~ From Barn Originally in Jane Lew, West Virginia
~ Barnwood Beams (stained) Also Featured on Bedroom Ceilings
~ Granite Countertops
~ Custom Tile Designs in Bathrooms
~ Stained Quarter Sawn White Oak Hardood Flooring Throughout (except in three bedrooms and attached closets)
~ Carpeting in Bedrooms and Attached Closets
~ Master Bedroom Features Painted Shiplap Walls
~ Powder Room Features Barnwood Accent Wall
~ Master Bathroom Includes a Copper Soaking Tub and Heated Tile Floors
~ Kitchen Features Thermador Appliances, Farmhouse Sink, and Barnwood Accent on the Island
Photo Credits: The Greenbrier Sporting Club and Photographer Mike Wyatt of Greenbrier Photography image) and Hamady Architects LLC and Photographer Robert Llewellyn of Charlottesville, VA (header image)
HAMADY ARCHITECTS LLC AWARDED INAUGURAL JOHN RUSSELL POPE AWARD FOR MOUNTAIN HOME DESIGN AT THE GREENBRIER SPORTING CLUB
White Sulphur Springs, WV – May 5, 2015:
Hamady Architects LLC was recently awarded the inaugural 2015 John Russell Pope Award by the Institute of Classical Architecture and Art (ICAA), Mid-Atlantic Region, for its work on a mountain home at The Greenbrier Sporting Club, the private residential estate at The Greenbrier, the historic American destination resort in West Virginia’s Allegheny Mountains.
Hamady Architects LLC (Kahlil Hamady, Owner) was recognized at an evening ceremony on Friday, April 17th at the Cosmos Club in Washington, D.C. The firm received the award in the category of “New Residential Design Over 5,000 Square Feet” for its home at The Greenbrier Sporting Club. The awards recognize the best work of individuals who contribute to the creation of classical and traditional architecture in the Washington Mid-Atlantic region. The design submitted featured an elegant home situated in The Ridges neighborhood at the resort’s renowned private equity club and residential community, The Greenbrier Sporting Club. The home was completed in 2010 with a classical style designed to take advantage of the sweeping mountain vistas that surround it.
“This house is the result of the close collaboration between the owners, the architect and the general contractor,” said Kahlil Hamady, Owner of Hamady Architects LLC. “The John Russell Pope Award is a recognition of the harmonious integration of thoughtful architecture with its natural setting. Ultimately, according to Robert Ogle of Historic New England this award ‘sheds a bright light on the splendor of the West Virginia landscape.'”
The Greenbrier Sporting Club is highly acclaimed for the quality of its homes and the respect given to the surrounding natural and historical environment. Accordingly, homes are shaped in a style sympathetic to either The Greenbrier’s classically inspired architecture or the rugged beauty of the Allegheny Mountains. Site planning, as well as architectural and landscape design, are controlled by the Architectural Review Board (ARB), a permanent committee of The Greenbrier Sporting Club Community Association, which oversees harmonious development, preservation and enhancement of natural environments, while assisting owners in obtaining maximum utilization and enjoyment of their property. Upholding this vision of The Greenbrier Sporting Club are the Architects and Builders who have been approved by the ARB. Using their talent, creativity and experience, they design and build homes that compliment the land and add lasting value to The Greenbrier Sporting Club. Hamady Architects LLC has been an approved architectural firm for The Greenbrier Sporting Club since 2004, for demonstrating outstanding quality in their work and an understanding of, and ability to design in, the architectural styles consistent with the ARB Design Guidelines.
The Awards given by the ICAA are named for John Russell Pope, 1874-1937, best known as the architect of the Jefferson Memorial and the National Gallery of Art in Washington, D.C. Educated at the American School of Architecture in Rome (later called the American Academy in Rome) and the Ecole des Beaux-Arts in Paris, Pope was renowned for interpreting European classicism in a new, American form. The ICAA is the leading national nonprofit organization dedicated to advancing the practice and appreciation of the classical tradition in architecture and the allied arts.