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White Gate Village – Premier private community in White Sulphur Springs just outside downtown and minutes from The Greenbrier Resort with easy access to food, shopping, outdoor recreation, arts and entertainment. Customized homes can be completed in 120 days. Buyers in the community will also receive a 3 year social membership in The Greenbrier Resort. Townhomes start at $189,900 and patio homes start at $224,900.

Nestled in a 13 acre park-like setting, surrounded by legacy trees and green spaces, residents can enjoy common areas, a stream-lined walkway, and the aesthetics of professionally manicured, maintenance-free landscaping.

White Gate Village features open floor plans and quality construction from a team of designers and builders who have created a one-of-a-kind living space that combines high quality design, excellence in construction, innovation in plans, and attention to detail.

Convenience, maintenance-free living, and affordable luxury is the essence of White Sulphur Spring’s new White Gate Village.

White Gate Village is located 1.5 miles east of The Greenbrier on Sam Snead Boulevard (Route 60) just before the intersection of Route 60 & 92. The White Gate office is located at 27 East Main Street.

White Gate Village is just a stone’s throw from downtown White Sulphur Springs and The Greenbrier Resort. Historic downtown Lewisburg, which was recently named America’s Coolest Small Town is just 15 minutes away. Also nearby are the Greenbrier State Forest, the Monongahela National Forest, Bluebend Recreation Area and Sherwood Lake. Within an hour’s drive is the Watoga State Park and Snowshoe Ski Resort is just a little further up the road.


Idyllic 17 +/- acre country farm on the headwaters of Indian Creek. The 5 bedroom farmhouse has plenty of living space indoors and out, including two covered porches. The property has about 9 acres in pasture and fields with the remainder in mountain woodlands. The charming farmhouse sits on a knoll surrounded by trees overlooking much of the farm and Indian Creek whose gentle waters meander through the property between the woodlands and fields. Two porch-swings are perfect for relaxing after a long day or listening to the raindrops on the metal roof during a thunderstorm.


Rev. Alan D. Stanford , Ph.D. testimonial

photo“I want to thank Paul Grist and Foxfire for a great job in marketing and
selling my second home.  Paul consistently gave me and my home the kind of
attention that I would only have expected for a million dollar plus
property.  Despite the isolated location, Paul generated many leads and had
significant traffic visiting the property that resulted in multiple offers.
He climbed the mountain repeatedly to walk the property with potential
buyers. I can enthusiastically recommend Paul Grist and Foxfire to anyone
who wants to buy or sell real estate in West Virginia .”

Rev. Alan D. Stanford , Ph.D.

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