Member Profile: The Reardon Family


Names: Michael and Stephanie Reardon
Children: 2 Daughters: Amy and Robin and 4 Grandchildren, 2 boys & 2 girls
Primary Home: Wooster, Ohio
Occupation: Businessman
Activities of Interest: Michael: Golf & Travel and Stephanie: Cooking, Needlepoint & Travel

Q: How did you first become aware of The Greenbrier and our real estate opportunities?
A: We’ve been coming for 40 years, before they even started selling homes and homesites!

Q: What attracted you to become a member at The Greenbrier Sporting Club? What were you looking for in a club?
A: We love The Greenbrier, and owning a home is part of The Greenbrier experience. We are probably their most loyal customers!

Q: What does The Greenbrier Sporting Club have that other communities do not?
A: That is an easy answer—The Greenbrier. It makes the place what it is. We have been to literally every resort you can go to—There is only one Greenbrier. It is the people that make it what it is.

Q: How often did you visit The Greenbrier before purchasing real estate?
A: We have been coming for 2-4 times a year, along with the kids and grandkids; they love it.

Q: How often do you visit The Greenbrier Sporting Club now since becoming a member?
A: We visited The Greenbrier for about 38 years before our Real Estate purchase, and our home just completed construction late 2014. We will still come several times during the year, nothing will change about that! Proximity allows us to come more often, and the kids and grandkids will visit as much as they can.

Q: What drew you specifically to your real estate purchase?
A: Brooks Beard (a former Sporting Club sales executive)—we stopped in to talk to him in the office. It was a rainy day, so we decided to take a drive up the mountain to look at some homesites, which I had never been up to. I love to play golf, so I love the views looking down to the courses and The Greenbrier. I bought that afternoon!

Q: What legacy do you hope to create with your family at The Greenbrier Sporting Club?
A: Already established…the kids and grandkids are so at home here.


Your Insight on Building at The Greenbrier Sporting Club:

Q: Why do you believe now is a good time to build at The Greenbrier Sporting Club?
A: Simply put, I bought a homesite and wanted to build on it. We are very committed to The Greenbrier, and it is our favorite vacation place in the country.

Q: What was the inspiration that led to the architectural design of your home?
A: George & Mitch Acock, Acock Associates, Columbus, OH. There really was no inspiration—they showed us plans and ideas, and went from there. We liked what they put together, so we went with it!


Q: What factors led to the directional orientation of your home (i.e. morning golf view, sunsets)?
A: The view of The Greenbrier and the mountains was what led us to our directional orientation of our home. Because we are at the top of a ridge, you can see in all directions.

Q: What architectural, building, landscape and/or interior design firms did you use and why did you choose them specifically?
A: George & Mitch Acock, Acock Associates, Columbus, OH (Architecture Firm). We chose Peter McKinney from Agsten Construction to build our home. Tony Oates, Oates Landscape Architecture, Richmond, VA for the landscaping and a close family friend, Dean Huntley, Plantation Interiors, Hilton Head Island, SC as the interior designer. We are thrilled with our choices and wouldn’t change a thing!

Q: What’s a specific feature of your home/homesite that you enjoy (or will enjoy) the most?
A: The views, most certainly!



The Greenbrier Sporting Club is a private residential sporting community and equity club on the 10,000-acre grounds of the legendary Greenbrier, developed by the Greenbrier Hotel Corporation. Members enjoy access to an array of private amenities including a Members’ Lodge, award-winning golf at The Snead – an 18-hole Tom Fazio-designed golf course, Eastern-inspired spa (Ananda in the Alleghenies), full-service equestrian center, sports complex with infinity pool, indoor squash courts and 25-foot climbing wall. Members also indulge in exclusive mountaintop amenities at Greenbrier Summit Village and so much more. Home ownership at The Greenbrier Sporting Club also means complete access to more than 50 amenities and activities at The Greenbrier resort, including three championship golf courses, The Old White TPC, The Greenbrier and The Meadows.


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