New home construction is at a steady pace this year with eight new homes currently being built and another eight currently under review with the Architectural Review Board (ARB). With per square foot building costs at their most modest level in years, many lot owners are taking advantage. The increase in construction, well above last year’s numbers at this time, is building energy at the resort and throughout the club.

Ranging from vernacular mountain estates located in The Ridges neighborhood to classic fairway homes along The Snead golf course, The Greenbrier Sporting Club looks forward to adding these to the 188 completed homes located across 6,750 acres of the the property.

Building a home at The Greenbrier Sporting Club involves a number of principals, from architects and builders to landscape and interior designers. Each of these firms are carefully vetted and approved by the development and represent the finest professionals in the industry. Many home builders use local artisans and craftsmen when customizing their home — everything from hand-hammered copper range hoods to stained glass doorways and transoms.

To learn more about building your home at The Greenbrier, visit our Design Guidelines.