Winter 2014 Real Estate News


2013 was another exciting year. Last year brought excellent growth to our community, including 30 real estate transactions (11% increase from 2012) with a total sales volume just over $26 million. The average home price was $1,453,692 and the average homesite was $437,911. Part of this growth can be contributed to three developer-owned model homes built in our Greenbrier Summit Village neighborhood located 3,300 feet atop Greenbrier Mountain.

These three homes, Greenbrier Summit Village 19, 46, and 48 were designed by E.L. Roach Architects and built by The Pinnacle Group, Inc. and are each stunning examples of living at the pinnacle of luxury (no pun intended). John Klemish, Advisor to the President and Broker-in-Charge, states that, “I receive calls from other communities and developers all the time asking me how we do it and why The Greenbrier Sporting Club is so ‘hot.’ I tell them to come take a look as seeing is believing. Once here they all believe. Heck one was so impressed after his tour that he and his wife even bought a house. Now that’s a testimonial! I am already in the planning stages to start three more model houses in the spring of 2014. The future is now and the place is The Greenbrier.”

The Greenbrier Sporting Club already has five real estate transactions on the books for 2014 and despite the bouts of cold weather that Mother Nature has dealt the east coast, we are pleased to see guests taking advantage of The Greenbrier’s Discovery Series themed weekends to experience this lifestyle during our shoulder season.



Above photo courtesy of Mike Wyatt at Greenbrier Photography

Member Profile: The Boyles Family


For The Boyles Family, it was about roots, and coming back to a place their family has already enjoyed for years. See how you to can create memories to last a lifetime at The Greenbrier.

Names: Dr. Glenn A. Boyles and Dr. Laura Withers-Boyles
Children: Mackenzie Boyles and Katherine Boyles
Primary Home: Fairmont, WV

Q: How did you first become aware of The Greenbrier and our real estate opportunities?
A: My wife is from White Sulphur Springs, and we knew that this was the place for a second home.

Q: What attracted you to become a member at The Greenbrier Sporting Club? What were you looking for in a club?
A: We wanted to find a place that had year-round activities. Golf and tennis are important to our family. We felt that The Sporting Club was a perfect place to entertain guests that want to visit.

Q: What does The Sporting Club have that other communities do not?
A: Year-round activities.

Q: How often did you visit The Greenbrier before purchasing real estate?
A: 1 or 2 times a year.

Q: How often to you visit The Greenbrier Sporting Club now since becoming a member?
A: 1 or 2 times per month.

Q: What legacy do you hope to create with your family at The Greenbrier Sporting Club?
A: We want a second residence that our family can join together as we get older, a place that feels like home, where our family can be excited to congregate.