Introducing Summit 5 & 52, The Newest Additions to our Model Home Program

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.

168 Hayes Ridge
Property #: GSV 05

Exterior Features
~ 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

Interior Features
~ 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


384 Calwell Lane
Property #: GSV 52

Exterior Features
~ 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

Interior Features
~ 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

Hamady Architects Wins Award for Greenbrier Sporting Club Home Design

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)


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.

Tiger Woods Joins 2015 Field at The Greenbrier Classic



White Sulphur Springs, WV – April 29, 2015:

Officials of The Greenbrier Classic announced today that 14-time Major Championship winner, 11-time PGA TOUR Player of the Year and two-time FedExCup Champion, Tiger Woods has committed to compete in the sixth edition of the award-winning PGA TOUR stop at The Old White TPC Course.

The Greenbrier Classic
will take place from June 29 – July 5, 2015 at The Greenbrier, the classic American resort in White Sulphur Springs, WV.

Woods, 39, will be making his second appearance at The Greenbrier Classic. Since turning professional in 1996 he has amassed 79 PGA TOUR victories, second all-time behind Sam Snead, former pro-emeritus at The Greenbrier resort, who recorded 82 titles. Woods’ record includes 14 professional major championships and the 2007 and 2009 FedExCup titles. He is one of only five players in the history of the game to win a career Grand Slam, joining Jack Nicklaus, Gary Player, Ben Hogan and Gene Sarazen – all winners of the U.S. Open, PGA Championship, British Open and Masters Tournament.

From June of 2005 to October 2010 Woods monopolized the number one ranking in the world, setting records for both consecutive weeks and total weeks at the top with 281 and a staggering 623 respectively. Woods has also dominated the TOUR’s money list throughout his career, landing in the top spot a record 10 times, the most recent in 2013, and placing him No. 1 on the career money list with more than $109 million in earnings. He has been a member of seven U.S. Ryder Cup teams (1997, 1999, 2002, 2004, 2006, 2010 and 2012) and eight U.S. Presidents Cup teams (1998, 2000, 2003, 2005, 2007, 2009, 2011 and 2013).

Woods, the winningest player in professional golf over the past 19 years, took a voluntary leave of absence in February after withdrawing from the Farmers Insurance Open with back stiffness. He used the time to address struggles with his short game, vowing to only return when he could be competitive. He did just that earlier this month at the Masters Tournament where he was indeed competitive, tying for 17th. His return at Augusta marked his first four-round tournament of the year and just his third start.
Weekly badges to The Greenbrier Classic, which provide access to the tournament grounds Monday to Sunday, are available from $129 per person. Tournament Badges include tickets to the 2015 Greenbrier Classic Concert Series, featuring Miranda Lambert and Blake Shelton on Friday, July 3 and a second concert to be announced at a later date.

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