A Southern Plantation style home located on the banks of Lake Waccamaw. It is nestled among giant magnolias, longleaf pines and oaks on 3.31 acres. It is the largest residential lot on the 9,000-acre lake with over 300 feet on Lake Shore Drive. Built in 1936 by one of the owners of Council Tool Company, this house was constructed out of exceptional material of the highest quality. There are heart pine floors throughout the house and 5 fireplaces to accent the southern charm. It has a formal living room, dining room, library and office. It has a modern kitchen with granite countertops, an island, pantry and breakfast nook. A cozy den off the kitchen has cypress paneling, a fireplace and room to entertain guest. There are 5 bedrooms on the second floor and 3 full bathrooms. The present owner has made a master suite by turning a potential bedroom into an extension of the master bedroom. There is a very spacious bonus room on the 3rd floor. A stunning view of Lake Waccamaw can be seen from most rooms in the house. To get a better view of the legendary sunsets on Lake Waccamaw you can sit on the 480 square foot screened porch or enjoy the screened in party house and pier.
Listing courtesy of Nc Land And Farms, Inc..
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