01 Sunrise Knoll Tour

Spectacular 15 +/– Acres with panoramic views 10 minutes from Downtown Lewisburg

ID: 320

Agent Contact:
Richard Grist, 304.645.7674




Sunrise Knoll is a spectacular 15-acre accessible but private country property, at the base of Muddy Creek Mountain, in the Richlands area just outside Lewisburg.

The gently sloping farmland, with approximately 6 open and 9 wooded acres, affords sweeping panoramic views to the East of White Sulphur Gap and distant mountaintops.

Located on Rich Hollow Road, a short drive from downtown Lewisburg, this acreage lends itself equally well to a permanent home or a country retreat. Despite its secluded setting, the property offers proximity to restaurants, shops, schools, New River Community and Technical College, Carnegie Hall, the Greenbrier Valley Theatre, the West Virginia School of Osteopathic Medicine, and the new Greenbrier County Library.

A gently winding road leads to the crest of a small hill on the property, where one look suggests an obvious home site. The surrounding woods, with sugar maples, poplars, chestnut oaks and cherry trees, complete the picture. The trees, and the impressive mountain behind them, offer protection from wind and weather, which tend to blow in from the west.

The Richlands area of Greenbrier County is known for its rolling pastures, country estates and working farms, with many in the hands of the same families for generations. Lewisburg, the county seat, was named the Coolest Small Town in America in 2011. Nearby Greenbrier Valley Airport offers daily flights to Atlanta and Washington, DC.

The world famous Greenbrier resort is 20 minutes away in White Sulphur Springs, Snowshoe Ski Resort is a 90-minute drive up the road, and Washington, D.C., is 4½ hours by car. The Greenbrier Classic, a televised PGA tournament, and the New Orleans Saints summer training camp are held annually in July at the Greenbrier Resort. The community also hosts the West Virginia State Fair in early August. The 173-mile Greenbrier River, the longest free-flowing river east of the Mississippi, curves through the valley, and a hiking and biking trail follows its course.

If you’re looking for a site for a permanent home in an attractive and interesting community, or a spot to build your country getaway, this could be exactly what you’re looking for. Call us today for more information and a tour.


Greenbrier County
Fort Springs District
Tax Map 5, Parcel 31
Deed Book 480, Page 387
2014 Taxes: $88.61

Sold by boundary not by the acre.  Standard building codes and septic installation codes are in effect throughout the county and all prospective buyers should check with the Greenbrier County Planning Commission and Health Department when considering building


From Downtown Lewisburg at the intersection of US60/US219 proceed West on US60 for 1.5 mile. Turn Left on Blue Sulphur Turnpike (CR 33) and go 1.9 mile then Left on Rich Hollow Rd. Property will be on right in 0.6 mile.