Historic Greenbrier Resort in West Virginia Offers a Home for the Ages (House of the Day)


Congrats to @GBRSportingClub for submitting this week's #housepornthurs winner! And a shout-out to runner-up @cbrci (Coldwell Banker RCI) for throwing their hat in the ring as well!

One of a cluster of luxury homes at Greenbrier Resort, this mountain home faces the third-hole fairway of The Greenbrier golf course. The Greenbrier, established in White Sulphur Springs, W.Va., in 1778, is a historic resort that has drawn vacationers keen on enjoying the wide array of activities offered by its environs for well over 200 years.

Dubbed "Traveller's Hill 17," the home is named after Gen. Robert E. Lee's horse, which was born in the area. The four-bedroom, four-bathroom home, listed for $2.95 million, has an earthy, outdoor feel, with walnut flooring, maple cabinets and poplar board ceilings.

Stretching 6,500 square feet, the home features a cavernous great room, along with four fireplaces, a recreation room, a brick wine cellar and a stone patio. There's also a bonus room located above the garage that could be converted into a fifth bedroom, the listing notes.

See the listing of this Greenbrier home.

This home is the winner of last week's #housepornthurs, a weekly Twitter conversation hosted by @aolrealestate. Tweet listings to AOL Real Estate with the hashtag #housepornthurs every Thursday for a chance to have one of your submissions featured as a House of the Day the following week.

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