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Lewisburg West Virginia is the county seat of Greenbrier County and has a population of 3900. If you are looking for a place to live that is affordable, pollution free, and safe, amid beautiful mountain scenery, Lewisburg may be just for you. In recent years, the town of Lewisburg and Greenbrier County has seen the construction of new homes, new businesses and new apartment complexes. Some older homes can still be purchased in the $50,000 range, although the average price is around $100,000. With excellent schools and health care, Lewisburg is attracting more families and retirees all the time. One of the main advantages to the town of Lewisburg, aside from the incredible scenery, is the very low crime rate. This tourist town has begun to attract a growing number of craftspeople and artists to the area, as well as people from the cities seeking a better place to raise a family. Available for purchase are new homes, homes built in the 40s and 50s, as well as some old Victorians. The small community of Lewisburg, with their draw for cultural tourism and outdoor recreation, continues to build its economy and improve the quality of life for their residents. This is a town where church bells can still be heard throughout the town on Sunday morning, and people greet strangers with a hug.

Many say Greenbrier County is not only a place on the map; it is a place in time. From the rugged mountains of the west to the broad savannahs of the east, the area is known far and wide as one of the most attractive of West Virginia's 55 beautiful counties. Colorful history is abundant throughout the region - visit the historic coal mining towns of Thurmond and Hinton, formed in the heyday of the railroad, and experience Civil War and battle re-enactment's that bring to life another era in southern West Virginia's heritage. Take a day trip to the historic towns of Beckley and Fayetteville and discover an atmosphere lost in time. You can even tour a coal mine, deep under the earth at the Exhibition Coal Mine in Beckley.

Lewisburg has four distinct seasons. Spring offers limitless beauty when varying species of flora and fauna come to life, highlighted in the surrounding state parks. Summer is host to outdoor adventures, such as white water rafting, hiking, camping, fishing and boating. There are also concerts, theatre productions under the stars, and celebrations of West Virginia heritage at arts and crafts festivals. Fall is a gorgeous array of color in the mountains, along with festivals and special events such as West Virginia's largest one day festival, Bridge Day, which honors the technological wonder of the world's longest, single span, steel arch bridge. Winter recreation includes skiing, snowboarding and tubing with superb holiday shopping and fine entertainment to holiday performances at local theatres. Lewisburg is one of those rare places in the country that offers small town coziness and charm along with big city amenities and culture. For those thinking of relocation, itís a great place to raise a family, retire or open a new business.


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