Rendering for a new home to be constructed on lot Summit 28. Designed by Ron Rainone Architects.
The Greenbrier Sporting Club has announced the construction of three new homes on The Summit, featuring the fine craftsmanship and attention to detail Sporting Club builders and architects are known for. These homes will embody the rustic elegance of The Summit and Greenbrier Mountain property. Using regional materials and local artisans, the architectural design of these homes will follow the vernacular tradition of The Greenbrier’s mountain estates. Drystacked, indigenous stone fireplaces and wide plank vertical siding, coupled with modern interiors designed for tomorrow’s homeowner, will create one-of-a-kind, unique homes for today’s luxury mountain home owner who’s looking for stunning vistas with 50+ mile views across the verdant landscape of the Allegheny mountains.
Madison Spencer Architects, of Charlottesville, Virginia, and Newport, Rhode Island, is the architectural firm undertaking the design for a mountain estate located on lot 30 in The Greenbrier Summit Village. “Proportion, balance, and a sound knowledge of craft and materials – these fundamental notions of the building arts guide us in all that we accomplish,” notes Spencer, who lectures on architecture around the country and has practiced all over the world. “The Greenbrier Sporting Club presents a unique melding of the world-class luxury of the “Old White” with a unique opportunity to own a residence within some of the most beautiful land east of the Mississippi. It can’t get any better than this.”
Pinnacle Group, Inc. a longtime builder at The Greenbrier Sporting Club was chosen as the general contractor for the project. “Undeniably the finest property to be developed at The Greenbrier Sporting Club,” says Tony Mamone, President of Pinnacle Group, Inc., “and quite possibly the most panoramic view corridor in the Allegheny Mountains. The family fortunate enough to purchase this property will acquire a piece of ‘Greenbrier History.’”
These homes will also enjoy close proximity to The Summit lodge and restaurant, along with the Activities Barn, mountaintop infinity pool and new equestrian center with mountain trail rides.
John Klemish, Broker in Charge and Advisor to the President, says that building these homes at The Summit will not only spur on more building on the summit but also add inventory to our depleted resale home list. “To live at the apex of Greenbrier mountain is to live in an incredible aerie with views that extend for miles and miles. The microclimate at the summit is cooler and many times above the cloud line and to witness the sun or moon climbing the sky is indeed a magnificent sight to behold.”

Summit 48 under construction.