Real Estate:
Lewisburg, WV

Properties in the Lewisburg, WV real estate market are generally considered among the most desirable in West Virginia, while Lewisburg itself has often been numbered among the best small communities in the U.S. In 2000, National Geographic's "Guide to Small Town Escapes" included Lewisburg in its 75 best small towns to visit, and in 1998, it was featured in John Villani's "The 100 Best Small Art Towns in America." Lewisburg's national historic district teems with small speciality shops, restaurants, and galleries while its outskirts are encircled by historic homes and mansions relict of the age of early Virginian expansion.

Rolling bluegrass pastures extend outward from the town across "The Big Levels" of the Greenbrier Valley into the lofty Allegheny Mountains and the Monongahela National Forest.. Though long isolated, I-64 was completed through the outskirts north of Lewisburg in the late 1980s, opening the area to commercial and residential investment opportunities found nowhere else. The Greenbrier, at White Sulphur Springs, is located just east of Lewisburg. Several new gated, master-planned resort communities have opened in the Lewisburg area, including that of The Greenbrier. Two culturally significant highways also converge at Lewisburg -- the Midland Trail National Scenic Byway (US-60) and the Seneca Trail (US-219).
Many stately homes, such as this Empire-style Victorian, line the avenues of historic Lewisburg, WV, in the Greenbrier Valley.

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111 E. Washington St.
Lewisburg, WV 24901
Tel: (304) 645-7700 -- Cell: (304) 619-5488

Tina Gibson specializes in homes and properties for residential and business investment in the mountainous regions of southern West Virginia -- near Union, Sutton, Lewisburg, Fayetteville, Summersville, Snowshoe Mountain, and White Sulphur Springs. Bluegrass farms, mountain retreats, vacation properties, and historical homes are among her specialties.


News of note from West Virginia's New River Gorge region

Area's Real Estate Market Enjoying Upswing

Though commercial real estate may be suffering a downturn nationally, the market in the New River Gorge region and southern West Virginia is experiencing an upswing, according to a regional expert in commercial real estate development.

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