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The Greenbrier Resort's other secret

This is the second time this year a national newspaper has featured an article about Lewisburg, WV.  Steve Hendrix of the Washington Post, wrote an article about the famous Greenbrier Hotel's other well kept secret.  Of course the first secret was the Cold War bunker built under the hotel to house congress in the event of a nuclear attack.  The other secret is the town of Lewisburg.  He says, "This (Lewisburg) is a Mayberry setting with a Santa Fe Soul.  Most of it has been given over to a thriving stroll-about tourist quarter of martini bars, coffee shops, Irish pubs, art galleries, funky boutiques, a professional playhouse and the best kind of antiques stores."

Greenbrier County truly is a unique and special place.  You can purchase a Three-million dollar home at the Greenbrier Sporting Club or buy a newly built townhome near Lewisburg for $200,000.  Check out the article on the Washington Post website about Lewisburg (I bet you'll be surprised at what you learn).

Comment balloon 1 commentAdam Wolfe • October 02 2006 05:00PM



If you read any of the Harry Dent books (The Roaring 2000s), he'll tell you that when the funky, hip, artistic community finds a town, it is in the early stage of price appreciation.

He cites art galleries and antique stores blossoming as a sure bet of rapid price appreciation within 5 years.  You look young from your pic, buy, buy, buy. 

Posted by Brian Brady, 858-777-9751 (San Diego VA Home Loans/858-777-9751) almost 13 years ago