This gracious French Chateau home enjoys a jewel-like setting, nestled out of sight from other neighborhood residences, with lush landscaping, a private drive and a gated courtyard with English boxwoods, ivy, and holly. Architecturally appealing, with a cedar shake roof and copper accents, a low brick wall and bluestone terrace. An expansive double lot allows space for a guest or carriage house. The home lends itself to both indoor and outdoor living, with many views of the mountains, valley and golf course from all rooms. The main level includes an entry hall, a foyer with staircase, a library, a great room, a family room, a kitchen, a butler's pantry, a dining room, a wet bar, a laundry room, a mudroom, two powder rooms, an office, a master suite and a screened porch. Oak flooring and marble are used throughout, with custom cabinetry and chandeliers. Wide doorways, vaulted ceilings, pocket doors, and French doors enhance the spacious flow and views. The brick and bluestone front porch, which has an arched double-door entry and a balcony, opens into the entry hall, with a chandelier, recessed lighting, and two coat closets. Wide, arched doorways allowed unobstructed views of the other rooms, Old White TPC Golf Course and mountain scenery. The library has built-in cherry bookshelves and cabinetry. A gas fireplace with a marble hearth and wood mantel adds to the room's natural warmth. The library doubles as a home theater, with a concealed screen and a Meridian sound system. A galley-style wet bar with cherry cabinetry and granite counters connects the library to the living room, which has a vaulted ceiling, ceiling fan, and expansive windows. Wide, tall doorways provide easy flow and access to the family room and kitchen. French doors exit to a terrace with views of the Old White TPC. The family room has custom cabinetry, a gas fireplace with a glazed tile hearth, a vaulted ceiling, plenty of natural light, French doors opening to the terrace and the second set of French doors leading to the screened porch. The family room and kitchen are joined with an integrated granite counter, creating a visual flow between the spaces and a convenient spot for casual meals and entertaining. The kitchen has custom cabinetry finished with a French beige glaze, a granite island, two double stainless steel sinks, a wine cooler, and a trash compactor. Appliances include a 6-burner Viking gas range with grill and hooded vent, a Viking refrigerator-freezer and two Bosch dishwashers. The butler's pantry has extensive cabinetry, a sink, a Frigidaire freezer, and an In-Line icemaker. Skylights provide lots of natural lighting. The spacious dining room features an attractive custom chandelier. Double doors open to a covered porch overlooking the front courtyard. A laundry room is also in this wing of the house, with built-in cabinets, a utility sink, a broom closet, and Maytag Neptune front-loading appliances. The copper-screened porch with heated stone tile floor promises to be one of the more popular spots with family and friends. This relaxing indoor-outdoor space overlooking the golf course has tongue-and-groove paneling, exposed beams, skylights, a ceiling fan, a connection for a wall-mounted TV and speakers, and a GE Monogram refrigerator. An octagonal office connects the living area and the master suite. The office has a high ceiling, cherry cabinetry and two built-in desks with granite tops. The office overlooks the courtyard through windows with plantation shutters. A central hallway divides the master bedroom from the master bath and two custom Studiobecker walk-in closets. The spacious bedroom has a gas fireplace with a marble hearth, a ceiling fan, plantation shutters, and French doors onto a private patio overlooking the golf course and mountains. The marbled master bath has radiant floor heat, two vanities with marble counters, a Jacuzzi soaking tub, a steam shower and a water closet with a bidet. The home's first level includes two powder rooms with granite counters, porcelain sinks, and cabinetry. The attached garage is large enough to accommodate two vehicles and a golf cart and still have room for storage. A sidewalk meanders around the back yard, connecting the bluestone terraces overlooking the Old White TPC and affording interesting views of the home's landscaping, and the golf course and mountain vistas. Two-bedroom suites, a comfortable sitting area, and multiple closets are on the second level, accessed by an oak staircase with a wrought iron railing. Both bedrooms have storage cubbies, and one has a built-in desk, a skylight, and a cedar closet. Both bathrooms have radiant heat in the glazed tile floors. One has a shower and a double vanity; the other has a shower-tub and a single vanity. Unfinished space over the garage currently serves as a storage area, but it could be converted to a fourth bedroom suite. Other notable features include a 3-zone HVAC system, a gas tankless boiler heating system, air humidifiers, Cutler-Hammer 75K whole house gas generator, and a water softening system. This beautiful home enjoys one of the most attractive and original settings in The Greenbrier's gated luxury community. The historic hotel is only a 15-minute stroll or 5-minute golf cart ride away. The Greenbrier offers members-only amenities and ready access to the world-famous 11,000-acre resort. Homeowners and guests enjoy more than a dozen restaurants, 50 boutique shops, 55 indoor and outdoor recreational activities, 5 golf courses, an equestrian center with 10 miles of riding trails, and a 2500-seat tennis stadium. The resort hosts the annual Greenbrier Classic, a PGA Tour event, and has served as the summer training camp for the NFL's New Orleans Saints and Houston Texans. The charming town of Lewisburg, just 8 miles away, has been called The Coolest Small Town in America. Historic Lewisburg offers shopping, fine dining, art galleries, year-round live theatre and concerts, the State Fair of West Virginia, two annual food festivals and a literary festival. The nearby 75-mile long Greenbrier River Trail, which parallels the river, is popular with hikers and bicyclists. Snowshoe Mountain Resort, the largest winter sports complex in the Mid-Atlantic States, is a 1½-hour drive on scenic country roads. This exceptional Old White Estates home is stylish, comfortable, and conveniently located.