First Fridays are BACK! February 1st!

First Fridays after 5 in Downtown Lewisburg Is Back! Friday, February 1st, 2019

Take a look a a list of what our area shops and restaurants will be offering!

Downtown Lewisburg celebrates First Fridays after Five on Friday, February 1st!  Join the fun  … live music, art events and tasty treats …. all free to the public.  Everyone is welcome!

Visit the WV Fine Artisans Gallery to see the newest Pamela Gatens paintings and Rose Dobbin’s newest masterpiece:  The Monroe County landscape, featuring Sunset View Farm’s Tony the Llama!  There will be some tasty valentine treats too to get you in the mood for romance!  1042 Washington Street East, 667-0320.

Love is in the Air!  Stop in to check out the alluring fragrances for Valentine’s Day at Harmony Ridge Gallery … Tainted Love, Dead Sexy and French Kiss!  Enter a drawing to win one along with a “Dead Sexy” Tote.  886 Washington Street West, 645-4333.

At The Lewis Theatre the WVSOM Diversity Committee invites the public to a free showing of RARE,  a one hour documentary that follows an extraordinary mother in a race against time to find a treatment for her daughter’s rare genetic disease.  Movie starts at 7pm.  865 Court Street North, 645-1223.

It’s Chocolate Chocolate Chocolate at Bella the Corner Gourmet!  3 new brands for you and your Valentine sweetheart to swoon over!  Or perhaps to treat yourself…all paired with a fabulous couple of wines!  1017 Washington Street East, 520-4921.

Stop by Patina for creative complimentary beverages and whimsical door prizes!  1046 Washington Street East, 520-4962.

The Greenbrier Valley Visitors Center partners with The West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine to present an evening in celebration of the talents of WVSOM students and faculty.  During the fall of 2018, the school provided open art studios for the students to take a break from their mental marathon and enjoy the process of art creation.  The Visitors Center’s February “Art in the Valley” display will feature “Study Break II”-works of art by WVSOM students using mixed medium art to answer the question “Diversity is…?”.  Live entertainment during the event will include a student duo performing pop standards and contemporary Spanish language favorites, and a faculty brass ensemble.  A compilation of video highlights developed by Rich McMahan will also be presented.  In addition to WVSOM student work, members of Greenbrier Girls’ Academy Drum Ensemblewill perform traditional and reimagined rhythms inspired by indigenous African drumming.  Don’t miss this fun evening of unique music and art!  905 Washington Street W  645-1000.

Edith’s Store will be sampling out mocktails, using Floral Elixir flower syrups, handcrafted all natural flower syrups for cocktails and sodas.  Made from real flowers and botanicals, this would make the perfect gift for Valentine’s Day!  1035 Washington Street East, 645-7998.

The Asylum presents the Krista Hughes Band, starting at 9pm!  399 Randolph Street East, 681-318-3515.

First Fridays after 5 takes place all year long, except January, in downtown Lewisburg with shops, galleries and restaurants in downtown Lewisburg open until 8pm serving complimentary refreshments and entertainment, sponsored by City National Bank.  Downtown Lewisburg, America’s Coolest Small Town, is just 1 mile south of I-64 via exit 169.  The town center is located at Washington Street (I-60) and Jefferson Street (Rt. 219).  For more information go to www.downtownlewisburg.com or become a fan on FaceBook at www.facebook.com/lewisburgwv or call 304-645-4333.


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Greg Allman, Broker

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WV Winter Music Festival-January 26th

Make plans to attend! You won’t be disappointed, the Annual WV Winter Music Festival adds yet another amazing event to attend in the Greenbrier Valley.

The 8th Annual WV Winter Music Festival will take over downtown Lewisburg on Saturday, January 26th. Festival goers will be entertained by seven venues, scattered throughout the downtown, brimming with personable people, energy, and mixed musical genres. You will find old-time and bluegrass, funk and reggae, thrasher metal and classic metal, blues and R&B. Any one venue is no more than a block from another, meaning you can walk everywhere. This 2019 is an expected 40 acts (TBA) across 8 venues including Greenbrier Valley Theatre, Wild Bean, The Asylum, Sweet Shoppe, the Visitor’s Center, and the Lewis Theatre.

Last year, the event raised $16,000 as an emergency fund to help area musicians caught in unexpected financial stress and educational purposes. Over the years, the festival has helped many musicians across southern West Virginia and has sent dozens of students on field trips and music camps. It has provided Greenbrier East High School’s musical band, Second Block Rock, the opportunity to experience managing a series of performance along with Liberty High School’s aspiring young musicians. It has also helped students practice in their dedicated all-ages venue at The Hub Teen Center in Lewisburg. Moreover, the event has contributed proceeds to disease research at a Duke University. The $16,000 figure represents more than 800 locals and visitors from across southern WV and Virginia who converged in downtown Lewisburg last January. Many of the visiting attendees stayed in local hotels, b&b’s, and ate in our restaurants.

This year, the Winter Music Festival will be presenting 2 free workshops: Taxes and the Working Musician with a rep from H&R Block, and Learn the Harmonica for Beginners and Intermediate Players taught by a Hohner Harmonica rep, and the President of the Huntington (WV) Harmonica Club and Marshall University professor. PLUS! They are excited to offer everyone a free viewing of The Last Waltz on Thursday, January 24th at the Lewis Theater.

Head over to HashtagWV.com to view the full 2019 WV Music Festival Schedule!

To find out more information about the festival:  www.wvmusicfestival.org

Festival Facebook Page

Article from HashtagWV <Our amazingly informative city paper!


For any and all real estate needs, contact our team! We are ready to serve you with the best knowledge and expertise in the area!

Greenbrier Real Estate Service
304.645.2255

Greg Allman, Broker

Holiday First Fridays After Five & Girls Day Out

A busy, fun weekend in Lewisburg, WV

Don’t miss out on the fun this weekend in Lewisburg, WV. This Friday and Saturday are sure to offer a good time with friends and family, all while braving the chilly weather and enjoying all offerings of these events.

FRIDAY DECEMBER 7TH: HOLIDAY FIRST FRIDAY’S AFTER FIVE

Downtown Lewisburg celebrates a Holiday First Fridays after Five on Friday, December 8th!  Join the fun  … free horse drawn carriage rides, a Santa visit, artist receptions and tasty treats throughout town …. all free to the public.  Everyone is welcome! To start off your evening, bring the family to the downtown Lewisburg Branch of Premier Bank for a visit with Santa Claus from 3pm to 5pm.  1085 Washington Street East, 647-3216.

Then, The Shops & Restaurants of Downtown Lewisburg are excited to offer free horse drawn carriage rides from 5pm to 7pm along festive main street, filled with holiday lights & decorations.   Catch your ride in front of City Hall and enjoy!

Lee Street Studios welcomes West Virginia ceramic artist Sean O’Connell with a show titled “In It Together”, a solo show of new ceramic and mixed media sculpture.  Sean lives in Alderson and maintains a working studio at Lee Street Studios.  232 Lee Street North, 681-318-3551.

“You’re an Angel” at Harmony Ridge Gallery.  Stop by to take a pic of yourself & your friends with the Wings of an Angel!  Enjoy complimentary holiday refreshments & wine specials!  886 Washington Street West, 645-4333.

The Greenbrier County Convention & Visitors Bureau is partnering with Greenbrier County Schools to present the 5th annual “Sharing the Gift of Our Talents” exhibit.  The exhibit, featuring artwork from middle and high school students.  Complimenting this year’s art show will be the display and silent auction of select historical school desks that have been transformed into functional and captivating works of art by partnering artists of Lee Street Studios.  Proceeds will go to the United Way of Greenbrier Valley’s Project Apple Seed, supporting purchases of classroom supplies and basic student needs items.  Please join us as we celebrate the talented students of Greenbrier County Schools and the community that supports art programming in our schools.  905 Washington Street West, 645-1000.

WV Fine Artisans presents Rose Dobbins, well known for her portraits in pastel.  She will be demonstrating her techniques with oil paint.  Rose will be working on a Monroe county scene featuring Sunset View Farm and their llama, “Spooky” (affectionately known as Tony).  Please stop in for a complimentary cup of mulled apple cider and chat with an artist or two!  1042 Washington Street East, 667-0320.

Wish List Party at Wolf Creek Gallery.  Prizes will be drawn throughout the evening.  Enjoy their special punch, while making your own holiday list.  967 Washington Street West, 645-5270.

Bella’s holiday tradition includes Jeff’s Breads Chocolate Cherry Bread and a sip of the new December wines added to Bella’s Shelf!  Talk about an elf on the shelf!  1017 Washington Street East, 520-4921.

The Asylum welcomes Iron Lion World starting at 9pm. Check out their new December cocktail list.  Make this your final stop on First Friday and enjoy some great tunes!  399 Randolph Street East, 681-318-3515.

SATURDAY DECEMBER 8TH: GIRL’S DAY OUT IN LEWISBURG, WV!

Go directly to the Girl’s Day Out Facebook Page!

Great fun for the girls, grab your friends and family and hit the town! Area shops offer discounts, giveaways, prize, complimentary items, and a slew of fun! Take a look…

A New Chapter: Free handmade French rolling pin or cheese knife to first 24 customers who purchase a cookbook(s) at $30+ and refreshments.

Amy’s Cakes & Cones: $1 off 5-Truffle Gift Box

The Asylum: $1 off any holiday cocktail and a drawing for an Asylum T-Shirt & a $25 Asylum gift card

Bella The Corner Gourmet: Hot ruby cranberry mimosa tastings! Surprise gift with purchases over $75!

Bodies in Motion: Myofascial Release Class/Workshop at 10am for $15

Corn + Flour: Complimentary cookie with every purchase

The General Lewis Inn: Make Your own signature scent with purchase of an advance $25 ticket Complimentary champagne included.

Greenbrier Valley Visitor’s Center: Win a $100 Visa Gift Card and refreshments served. If you win, we encourage you to spend it #LOCAL!

Harmony Ridge Gallery: Yes! Complimentary Champagne! A girlfriend photo selfie station with loads of fun accessories! And prizes all day!

High Country Gallery & Boutique: Enter to win 3 Chan Luu Skinny scarves with purchase

Lewis Theatre: Enjoy a free small popcorn with beverage purchase at “Can You Ever Forgive Me” at 7pm

Patina: Roll the dice and win a door prize; raffle for a basket of vintage stuff; and win a prize for the ugliest Christmas sweater

Plants Etc.: Refreshments, a drawing to win a fire & light recycled glass bowl, and fortune telling! What does your future hold?!

Stardust Café: ½ Off All Alcohol Purchases

Studio 40: Enter in 2 Drawings! 1.) Win a Sterling Tree-Of-Life Necklace and 2.) Win a Leather Wrap Bracelet

Sunflower Soul: Enjoy complimentary spiced Apple Mimosa and enter in a drawing for a Sunflower Soul & Pretty White Trash give-away

Suzanne P. Hancock Interiors: Try Color Street nail polish samples

WV Fine Artisans: Drawing for a Tote full of Brookstone Soap products and a hand-crafted Fabric Folio. Wine and artisanal cookies.

Wandering Bird Gallery: Complimentary glass of wine and register to win one of 3 mystery art grab bags

Wolf Creek Gallery: Enjoy famous sparkling punch and delicious treats. The first 20 customers will receive a gift with their purchase!

Yarid’s: Pull a candy cane to receive a 10% or 15% discount


Information from Hashtag WV and Harmony Ridge Gallery

Greenbrier Real Estate Service has a full team of professional REALTORS ready to serve you, if you’re ready to make this place your home- contact us!

304.645.2255
Gregory Allman, Broker
http://www.greenbrierrealestateservice.com

 

10 Simple Comforts Every Houseguest Will Adore You For

It’s Holiday time and you just might be expecting house guests in the coming days. Fun! It’s always nice to welcome friends and family into your home. You want them to feel welcome & comfortable–you can easily achieve this and impress them! Take a look at this list of 10 Simple Comforts for you house guests…

List of Upcoming Greenbrier Valley Events at the bottom…keep scrolling!

#1 Stock Up on Extra Chargers and Cords

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A dead phone equals getaway misery. Set out a bowl with power strips and cords, outlet converters, and even an iHome speaker. Your guests will thank you, especially if they forgot theirs!

Another great tip—Post your Wi-Fi name and password in the guest room so they don’t have to bug you.

#2 Offer Sample-Size Toiletries in Your Bathroom

Put your stockpile of samples and hotel toiletries to good use. Tiny shampoos and lotions arranged in a basket or vintage apothecary jar are as welcoming as they are practical. Guests will be relieved if they forgot their own, but even if they didn’t, they’ll love the luxury of washing their hair on the house.

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#3 Raise Your Cleanliness Standards

When you miss a dust bunny at home, you may not think too much about it- but to guests, it’s disgusting at best and insulting at worst.

So clean it all. Airbnb even tells hosts to scrub the entire bathroom, not once but twice, including the toilet, sink, bath, and floors after every guest.

One Airbnb host said, “We make sure you can smell the cleaner.” 

#4 Give It Your Personal Touch

Family and friends come to town and choose to spend the night at your house rather than sterile hotel rooms because, in part, they want an authentic, personal experience.

So give it to them!

Scatter pictures and family treasures throughout your space. Frame a couple of your childhood photos and hang them up alongside some mementos from your own travels.

#5 Put a Radio in the Bathroom

Your guests may like to sing along in the shower, but the real reason for putting some tunes in the bath is to provide them with plenty of, well, privacy. Add an essential oil diffuser — or poo-pourri drops — and you’re in business.

#6 Set Up a DIY Cafe

If your guests are early birds — or will just want some occasional alone time — put a coffeemaker in their room along with a well-stocked basket of coffee and tea. Maybe even blow their minds with a mini fridge full of snacks.

To pull this off right, ask how they take their coffee in advance, and stock up appropriately.

#7 Designate Drawer and Closet Space Just for Guests

If your guest room closet could be featured on Storage Wars, it’s time to rethink your stuff strategy.

Maybe donate your to-be-regifted pile and sell those designer jeans you’ve been holding onto since….highschool — to make room in the closet and dresser for guest to have plenty of space (and the key word is plenty).

Label a few guest drawers and crack the closet so they can see there’s space to hang their clothes.

#8 Fancy Yourself a Travel Agent

Give guests a local’s-eye view by filling a basket with menus from nearby restaurants, brochures from local businesses that cater to tourists, and a current issue of your community newspaper. It’s a great way for guests to feel like a local and customize their time in your town.

#9 Hang a Robe – or Two – in the Closet

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Help your guests feel right at home by hanging a couple of cozy (and freshly laundered), one-size-fits-all robes in the guest-room closet.

Not only can they wear their pajamas to breakfast without feeling self-conscious, but they’re also super-comfy and great to wrap up in after a shower.

#10 Expect the Unexpected with Extra Personal Supplies

And let your guests know where they are so they won’t feel guilty for bothering you (or worse, go without!). Here’s a list of things that great hosts always keep in stock:

  • Disposable razors
  • Toothbrushes and toothpaste
  • First-aid kit
  • Towels, pillows, and extra blankets
  • Umbrella
  • Flashlight
  • Replacement light bulbs

Being the perfect host is perfectly achievable. With a little forethought, you’ll start racking up your own stellar reviews from your friends and family. Get ready to be the house everyone vies to visit.

Adapted from Lisa Rodak at HouseLogic.com


UPCOMING EVENTS IN THE GREENBRIER VALLEY:

December 7th- First Fridays goes Holiday style! Come enjoy downtown Lewisburg with free horse drawn carriage rides, a Santa visit, artist receptions and tasty treats throughout town …. all free to the public.  Everyone is welcome!

December 8th- Girl’s Day Out in Lewisburg- Come enjoy a day out on the town with your favorite girls- Mom’s and Daughters, Friends and Family! Click here for more info!

December 6th-22nd- Greenbrier Valley Theatre Presents “A Christmas Carol” Click here to get your tickets and for more information!

Support your local Small Businesses on Small Business Saturday!

shopSaturday, November 24, 2018 is Small Business Saturday® – a day to celebrate and support small businesses and all they do for their communities. While you’re out and about in the Greenbrier Valley getting a start to your holiday shopping, support your local small businesses!

Lewisburg, Ronceverte, White Sulphur Springs, Alderson, Hinton, and many other of our surrounding communities have small businesses and stores that are a vital part to making the Greenbrier Valley area so unique. This Saturday take a while to explore those shops and small business. Shop Small and enjoy Small Business Saturday!

Take a look at some of the few events happening this weekend in honor of Small Business Saturday…

Bella The Corner Gourmet #shopsmallwithus Event- with specials galore at Bella! Wine tastings & gourmet treats, too!

Shop Local Saturday Vendor Show Ronceverte River Festival is sponsoring a 2nd Annual Vendor Show for Shop Local Saturday at the Lion’s Club Gym. Food will be served, come and enjoy the morning browsing thru the different booths for that unique Christmas gift and support our LOCAL vendors!

Yarid’s Candy Cane Pull Shop Local on Small Business Saturday and Choose a Candy Cane worth 10-25% OFF One Item!* at Yarid’s in Downtown Lewisburg
*Some Exclusions Apply

Gillespie’s Flowers-Celebrating 95 years! Come celebrate 95 years in White Sulphur Springs! Plus Small Business Saturday! 9am-5pm in White Sulphur Springs, WV


For any real estate questions, ask us! 304.645.2255
Greg Allman, Broker
http://www.greenbrierrealestateservice.com

 

 

White Sulphur Springs Open House Event

Looking for a home in Greenbrier County? We are featuring four homes in an open house event, each offering something different to buyers. Come and view four homes in White Sulphur Springs, home to the Greenbrier Resort and a unique small town that continues to grow.

Monday October 29th From 4:00 p.m.-7:00 p.m. Greenbrier Real Estate Service will host a four home Open House Event in White Sulphur Springs, WV. Professional REALTORS will be ready and willing to answer any questions potential buyers may have.
Scroll down for all listings featured! Links to properties!

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309 Rowan Rd.
White Sulphur Springs, WV- 3 BEDROOM 2 BATH

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Well-built house is located in the Huddleston Hills section of Villa Park and is well above the flood zone. Sitting on 1.25+/- acres, it features a huge master bedroom, white oak flooring, Vermont slate hallway, 2 fireplaces, split level garages, and spectacular views from the 39 foot, covered back balcony. Outstanding potential and a must see.Seller is offering a home warranty plan with an accepted offer!
For more photos and details- CLICK THE LINK!
https://search.greenbrierrealestateservice.com/idx/photogallery/a272/18-1436
Listed by Christi O’Neil Lynch christi@gregallman.net


 

445 Rowan Rd
White Sulphur Springs, WV- 3 BEDROOM 3 BATH

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This solidly built and maintained home has 3 bedrooms, 3 baths and hardwood flooring. Nestled in Huddleston Hills, it sits on a gorgeous lot with manicured landscaping. Walking distance to the Greenbrier Resort, White Sulphur Springs and a short drive to Lewisburg!

For more photos and details- CLICK THE LINK!
https://search.greenbrierrealestateservice.com/idx/photogallery/a272/18-1274
Listed by Christi O’Neil Lynch christi@gregallman.net


544 Mapledale Rd.
White Sulphur Springs, WV- 4 BEDROOM 3 BATH

IMG_6857 (Edited)If privacy is what you’re looking for this home offers it! This beautiful 4 bedroom, 3 bath home has a lot of room! Master suite and 2 bedrooms are on the first floor and the 4th bedroom is upstairs with an extra living room and bath. This home is just a few short miles to White Sulphur Springs, the Greenbrier Resort, and Lewisburg. It has beautiful hard wood flooring, granite countertops in the kitchen and an open floor plan! The area is rich in natural resources with great hunting, fishing, cycling, hiking and skiing. Snowshoe Mountain Resort is 1.5 hours away! Monongahela National forest is a very short drive away. A lot of square footage for the price and it is priced to sell, sitting on 2.3 acres of land!

For more photos and details- CLICK THE LINK!
https://search.greenbrierrealestateservice.com/idx/details/listing/a272/18-1410/544-Mapledale-Road-White-Sulphur-Springs-WV-24986
Listed by Christi O’Neil Lynch christi@gregallman.net


103 Elm St
White Sulphur Springs, WV- 3 BEDROOM 1 BATH

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This 3 bedroom house has oak cabinets with appliances, 1 bath, new flooring, radiant heat, utility room. The sidewalks are done to each house and the topsoil is in and the picnic shelter is done but the parking lot is not paved it has gravel all the way up to the first house driveway will be paved.

 

 
For more photos and details- CLICK THE LINK!
https://search.greenbrierrealestateservice.com/idx/photogallery/a272/18-556
Listed by Marie R. Goodwin marie@mariegoodwin.com


Gregory Allman, Broker

Halloween is upon us!

If you haven’t been to Miller’s Nightmare Haunted Farm– tonight(October 28th) is the last night to get your scare on! Check it out! One of our area’s most popular events this time of year!
Miller’s Nightmare Haunted Farm

TRICK-OR-TREAT for all the little monsters~ October 31st 6 p.m.- 8 p.m.

Five Money-Saving Green Upgrades

Have you considered making some changes to your home? Whether it be to increase value or increase the interest of buyers–maybe going GREEN is a good idea for you!

Going green is great for the environment, but that’s not the only benefit. When you make green upgrades in your home, it can also lead to some major savings.

  1. Solar panels: The upfront cost is big, but the long-term savings are huge. Solar panels will cost several thousand dollars to install, but ongoing maintenance costs are very low, and a typical system could save you hundreds of dollars per year. You can even sell your surplus electricity.black and silver solar panels
  2. Wood furnace: Wood-burning furnaces are relatively inexpensive, and though the yearly savings aren’t as dramatic (about 10% on heating bills), it adds up over the long run.
  3. Insulation: There’s a good chance your insulation isn’t very efficient, especially in older homes. Look into installing floor, cavity, wall, and loft insulation to reduce your heating bills.
  4. Rain barrels: Rain barrels are extremely inexpensive, and provide gallons of free water to use when you wash your car or water your garden.Image result for rain barrel
  5. Geothermal system: OK, so the price tag is scary at first. A geothermal system uses the earth’s temperature to heat and cool your home, but can cost $30,000 to install. But tax credits allow you to get a lot of that money back, and the energy savings average about $1,900 per year. If you plan to be in your home for a decade or two, it’s a great investment.Image result for geothermal system

    Greenbrier Valley Upcoming Events

    September 7, 2018 First Fridays After Five
    Check out the shops, galleries, and restaurants in downtown Lewisburg! Most stores staying open until 9 p.m. serving complimentary refreshments and entertainment!

    September 8, 2018 10a.m. – 4 p.m. White Sulphur Springs own Freshwater Folk Festival

    The Freshwater Folk Festival is a celebration of our nation’s fish, wildlife, and natural resources. The 2018 festival will feature great music, food, dance, crafts, fun and educational activities.

    September 8, 2018 8 a.m.-8 p.m. Ronceverte 1882 Heritage Days Celebration
    Celebrate Ronceverte’s rich hertitage

    September 8, 2018 10 a.m.- 4 p.m.  DARE to CRUZ Car Show
    Showcase of more than 100 street rods, muscle cars and vintage automobiles. All proceeds benefit the Lewisburg Police Department’s D.A.R.E program.

    Contact us for any real estate needs! 304.645.2255

Gregory Allman, Broker

Ultimate Backyard BBQ!

Host a great backyard BBQ this July 4th with these tips!

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Get ready to gather your friends and family with some of these great recipes and decor tips! Greenbrier County is popping with adventure and events this time of year! Whether your floating on the Greenbrier River, hiking the Greenbrier River Trail, or experiencing the PGA Golf-Military Tribute at the The Greenbrier –we’re sure that you are outside and enjoying this time of year!

Check out these links and pictures to get your backyard BBQ ready!

22 All-American Eats for the 4th of July!

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And we can’t forget dessert!

15 Best July 4th Cakes!

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Now for the decor!

Go all out with your Americana and Patriotic decor with inspiration from these great July 4th outdoor decor pictures!

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Complete your private porch decor with bright red and white flowers.
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A variety of fabrics with different prints can really make your porch POP on this July 4th!
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Nothing more traditional than flying Old Glory! What a beautiful, simplistic sight!
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Bring out all that red, white, and blue to make your table very festive at your July 4th party!

 

All of us at Greenbrier Real Estate Service hope that you have a wonderful and safe July 4th!

For all your real estate needs, contact us! We’d love to offer our expertise and experience to you!

Greenbrier Real Estate Service
1047 Washington St. E.
Lewisburg, WV 24901
304.645.2255


Happening now in the Greenbrier Valley!

Alderson’s July 4th Celebration!

Military Tribute at The Greenbrier

July in the Greenbrier Valley!

The Greenbrier Valley is place to be in the coming days! It’s sweet summertime and this area is buzzing with excitement for upcoming events!

Flowers on the main street of Alderson, White Sulphur Springs, Union, Lewisburg, Rainelle are blooming bright and so is the Greenbrier Valley!

Mark your calendars and come check out all that is offered!


Alderson’s 4th of July Celebration

June 29 – July 5

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Every year, the Town of Alderson turns red, white and blue and hosts what has become known as West Virginia’s BEST Fourth of July Celebration. This 6-day event features everything from a Fireman’s Rodeo, to an All-American Baking Contest to the Ducks on the River Rubber Duck Race. And, of course, a Grand Parade and Grand Fireworks Display!

Alderson’s 4th of July Website
Find more information on their Facebook page! @alderson4th


A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier

July 2 – July 8

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The most anticipated stop on the PGA TOUR, A Military Tribute at The Greenbrier, formerly The Greenbrier Classic, covers seven days of tournament play on the world-class Old White TPC.  First played by President Woodrow Wilson in 1914, expect to see all sorts of new drama unfold as 156 of the game’s best players confront this demanding course.

Tournament coverage isn’t the only event that keeps golf fans coming back. The week is chock full of activities for the whole family including Wednesday’s Pro-Am, Youth Day, Kid’s Zone, Patron’s Park and the Ford Vehicle Giveaway.

Ground badges start at $49 per person.

A Military Tribute Website
More information on their Facebook page @AMilitaryTribute


What an exciting place to be in the summer…fall, winter, spring…make this place your home!

Contact us today for any real estate needs!
304.645.2255

Greenbrier Real Estate Service
1047 Washington St. E.
Lewisburg, WV 24901
Greg Allman, Broker

Info gathered from http://www.greenbrierwv.com 

 

Busy weekend in the Greenbrier Valley

This weekend is a busy time in the Greenbrier Valley. Festivals, Home & Garden Tour, and GRES is hosting an Open House! Check it out!

This time of year is always busy with family events, festivals, fairs and we can’t forget its a very busy time in real estate! This weekend in the Greenbrier Valley is jam packed with events. Not only is it a busy weekend in Greenbrier County but it sure has been a busy week in our real estate world! New listings and SOLD properties are keeping us busy, and for that we are very thankful! Stay tuned for a blog post next week about the many properties that have found their new owners! For now…take a look at a few events this weekend that we’d like to highlight.

rubber.jpgRonceverte River Festival kicked off Friday June 8th!  This isn’t a one day event at all, this festival offers so many activities including the Great Rubber Ducky Race held on Saturday June 9th at 4 p.m. The festival also offers carnival rides, food vendors and lots of live musical performances. Find more information from the link!
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On Saturday, June 9th, the 36th Lewisburg Home and Garden Tour will feature three homes and one garden in Lewisburg, WV and two homes in White Sulphur Springs, WV. These homes are absolutely beautiful and so very unique! You’ll want to participate in this tour! You may begin the tour at any home from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Tickets are $25 and are available the day of the tour at all featured homes. Follow the link for more information and pictures of the homes featured.
Lewisburg Home & Garden Tour


Greenbrier Real Estate Service and REALTOR® Jill Allman are hosting an OPEN HOUSE event for a lovely Cape Cod style home right here in Lewisburg. This home is absolutely full of character and is waiting for someone to make it HOME! This home on Court Street in Lewisburg, WV is the perfect place to make home, with quick access to all things downtown Lewisburg has to offer-you’ll love living here! You’ll want to see more.

The OPEN HOUSE event will be held on June 10th 1-3 p.m. Stop by and check it out!


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304.645.2255

Greenbrier Real Estate Service
1047 Washington St. E.
Lewisburg, WV 24901

Gregory Allman, Broker