The Greenbrier Sporting Club announced today that real estate sales at America’s Resort have seen their best year since 2007. The private residential enclave, located at The Greenbrier, sold nearly $34 million in real estate in 2011, consisting of 20 homes and 21 home sites. This buying streak, witnessed by the Sporting Club, has increased every year since 2009. “Despite worldwide turmoil and weak economies, The Greenbrier Sporting Club had a banner sales year. We exceeded our budgeted goal by 36%,” said John Klemish, principal and broker in charge at The Greenbrier Sporting Club. “I am very proud of the entire Greenbrier Sporting Club team and am looking forward to an even better 2012.”

The vigorous home and land sales are not the only area setting records at the Sporting Club. Home construction has never once halted at the resort. In fact, there are currently six homes nearing completion, with another eight in review by the community’s Architectural Review Board. Many of the homes being built are nestled in the Sporting Club’s unique mountaintop neighborhoods, The Ridges and Summit Village, which afford expansive vistas of the Alleghenies and the Greenbrier Valley. By the end of 2012 the resort will have surpassed 200 homes completed in The Greenbrier Sporting Club community.