Lewisburg, W.V.-based S.J. Neathawk Lumber opened its fourth location in Montvale, Va. The building materials dealer purchased the site of a former Butterfield’s Golf Cars property and is preparing the location for a grand opening during the coronavirus pandemic.

“We are very excited to be coming to Montvale with a new facility selling a variety of building materials to deliver into a wide geographic area to better serve our customers,” S.J. Neathawk president Jane Neathawk said in a prepared statement. “We appreciated the welcome and help we’ve received in Bedford County and we look forward to serving the community.

The Montvale property includes four structures with a combined 33,600 square feet across nearly eight acres of land. The location will include a showroom and warehouse for home building and renovation projects including lumber, windows, molding, and millwork. S.J. Neathawk plans to add 10 jobs by the end of 2020 and up to 20 jobs over the next three to five years.

S.J. Neathawk, founded in 1947, operates locations in Covington, Va., Roanoke, Va., and Charlestown, W.V. The company is currently operated by the first generation of the Neathawk family. The dealer’s most recent expansion was its opening of the S.J. Neathawk Window and Door Gallery in Roanoke, Va.