Ahead of its federal bankruptcy hearing the Greenbrier Resort has released financial statement
s that give an interesting look at the resort. The records reveal personal property totaling nearly $44 million and real property worth $97.6 million. But it's the details that delight. The Beretta white onyx shotguns worth $6,666, the $205 fudge warmer, the $3,740 pig cooker and two white-tail deer heads worth a total of $500 give a picture of the idiosyncratic nature of this resort which has entertained presidents, royalty and the rich for generations. The fact that this is a resort with a collection of linens worth $649,000 and a fleet of golf carts worth nearly $253,000 is no surprise to those who have enjoyed its uniquely aristocratic charms.
Attorneys for the 6,500-acre resort will appear before U.S. Bankruptcy Judge Kevin R. Huennekens in Richmond on Wednesday and railroad company CSX Crop is looking to move forward on the planned deal with Marriott
. The deal should help ensure that Greenbrier stays afloat without losing its self-contained, world-apart style.