Magnolia Green – central Virginia’s premier multi-generational, active-lifestyle residential community – opened its new clubhouse to the public for lunch and dinner dining on November 13.
The two-story, 15,000-square-foot Craftsman-style clubhouse is multifunctional, boasting a full-service restaurant, bar and golf pro shop. Designed by Tony Paladino with Raphael Garcia & Associates, it features stunning vistas of the Magnolia Green golf course and offers 4,800-square-feet of event space plus a 1,300-square-foot covered rear dining area. The $5.6 million facility is open to Magnolia Green Golf members, Magnolia Green residents and the public.
The clubhouse can host up to 220 guests for private functions like corporate events, cocktail hours, banquets and more. Additionally, it’s an ideal place for weddings, with a picturesque formal lawn and arbor. The venue’s inaugural wedding was held on October 28 and was a tremendous success.
The main dining area, ‘The Grille’ at Magnolia Green, will follow the culinary vision of Executive Chef David Switzer, who enjoys over 20 years of experience. ‘The Grille’ will feature signature dishes such as she-crab soup, pan-smoked salmon, sirloin filets and pork chops, as well as a selection of sandwiches, pastas, pizza and a full kids’ menu.
The clubhouse is the centerpiece of Magnolia Green Golf Club, which features an 18-hole, Nicklaus-designed in association with Tom Clark championship golf course and extensive practice facility. It joins the community’s impressive portfolio of amenities. They include a new one-of-a-kind aquatic center with multiple pools, a custom pirate-themed playground, and, coming in 2018, a tennis center with eight lighted courts and two pickleball courts.
Magnolia Green offers townhomes, single family and custom-built residences priced from $230,000 to over $1 million.
For more information: www.magnoliagreen.com.
Hallmarks of the environmentally-friendly Magnolia Green Golf Club – managed by Billy Casper Golf – include Bermuda grass fairways and tees, bentgrass greens and natural, flowing streams. Draped over undulating terrain and measuring 7,150 yards from the back tees, architect Chris Cochran from Nicklaus Design and Tom Clark expertly incorporated five sets of tees for players of all abilities.