About the property
- House2100 sqft
- Half Baths0
- Minimum Stay2 - 3 nights
Beautiful Lake Sinclair Minutes to Milledgeville, Calm Water, Quiet Location
This beautiful and charming A-frame home is nestled in a quiet cove on Lake Sinclair near Twin Bridges minutes from 441 and Milledgeville. You are sure to enjoy a memorable vacation in our fully furnished Lake Home. Our future retirement home sits directly across from a brand new gated community. This mountain style home includes 4 large bedrooms, all of which offer plenty of sleeping space, and 3 full bathrooms. There is also another 5th sleeping area / rec room (comes with blow up queen mattress & pump) if needed. There are three full bathrooms and the downstairs is equipped with another full-size refrigerator, as well as a washer and dryer. Our home has a two large walk out decks on the mid and lower levels w/ rocking chairs, a bench swing and tables. There are four outdoor speakers outside to listen to your favorite tunes while you are grilling or sunbathing. The main floor has a dining area, kitchen, two bedrooms, and a full bath. The adjacent living room is furnished with, comfy couch's and large television with Dish Network. The vaulted ceilings, stone-stacked fire place, and double sliding doors make it a great place for relaxing or entertaining.
In the winter, it's a great place to get away from the rat race and recharge in the peace and serenity of the lake.
The house is on the water, and there is a boat house with a boat slip for your use. There is also a large dock for fishing and sun-bathing and a fire pit next to the lake for roasting marshmallows. Our L shaped cove keeps the water calm so your Boat or JetSki does not get beat up from the lake traffic on busy weekends. It is also very safe for the children swimming.
It is located on a beautiful part of Lake Sinclair with big water convenient to shopping, restaurants, and Georgia College in Milledgeville Georgia. We are actually closer to Milledgeville than Eatonton.
Bring your family or friends to the lake and create precious memories that you will remember for years to come!
If you are looking for Boat or Jetski Rentals here are some resources close by;
PONTOON BOAT RENTALS - are available through Cook Enterprises. They seem to be the best price on the lake. They can be reached at 1-706-816-9638 or 1-706-816-9605 (Nice folks!)
Another good boat resource is Sinclair Marina http://www.sinclairmarina.us/boat-rentals.html
A third option is Twin Lakes Rentals http://www.twinlakesjetski.com
David and Kara Page
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- Calendar last updated:
- Apr 20, 2018
About David and Kara Page
My wife and I love the country and the beauty of God's creation. We have been looking for a property on the lake for several years. We finally found this place and fell in love with everything about it. The location, the style, and its personality. My brother has a home on the lake not too far from here. Eventually we will retire here and become permanent residents. Until then we hope you enjoy our home as much as we do!
Why David and Kara Page chose Eatonton
We bought this property because it is so close to Milledgeville, it only takes you 13-15 minutes to get to Kroger, yet when you are here you feel like you are way out in the country. We love the house as it sits high above the lake and allows you to look down to the water. It is so beautiful and fits us so well.
What makes this House unique
This cove is great! The L shaped cove keeps the Chop from the main lake from beating you up with waves. It is almost always calm and allows the smaller children to swim and play safely in the water.
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Sports & Adventure Activities
Check-in: 4:00 PM
Check-out: 11:00 AM
100% refund if canceled at least 14 days before arrival date. 50% refund if canceled at least 7 days before arrival date. You must contact the owner directly to request cancellation.
Beautiful setting the House was exactly as described. Very peaceful & relaxing! We used the fire pit every night & had plenty of room to accommodate 8 adults comfortably. We will definitely stay here again.
Excellent getaway lakehouse
Quiet, secluded lakehouse with excellent views, boathouse, kayaks, and all the amenities. Perfect for getting away and relaxing...
Exceeded all expectations
The home is beautiful but more than anything very well equipped and spacious. Kids had the most amazing time. Must do it again.
Wonderful Stay. Will stay again. Great communication, and beautiful home.
Thank You Ethan, we are glad you had a great time and hope to have you back!
Great place to relax.
Very tranquil and good place to relax. Lake access was great. Plenty great dining places close by. We would not hesitate to stay here again.
We are glad you had a great time and experience! We hope to have you back soon!
Amazing week !
Our family had a fabulous time at the relaxed setting of this house on the lake. We will always cherish the memories.
Thank you Jacob! We hope to have you again and are glad you and your family made wonderful memories!
Check out this web site for complete list of things to do around Lake Sinclair area: http://www.oconee.org/things-to-do.php Owner recommends the following attractions in Eatonton: Alice Walker Trail: Alice Walker, author of The Color Purple, is originally from Eatonton and still visits with family. The Alice Walker self-driving tour gives the viewer some insights into the early development of her talents along with some of her family's history. Brochure is available at the Welcome Center showcasing the sites. The Rock Eagle Effigy: With the establishment of the great Rock Eagle 4-H Club Center in Eatonton, much interest and curiosity has developed concerning the Eagle effigy itself. It is in the shape of a great prone bird with its head turned to the east and with outspread wings. Its measurements are 102 feet from wingtip to wingtip. The body rises to about ten feet above the surrounding surface. It is constructed entirely of milky quartz rocks and boulders ranging from baseball size to boulders, which would require several men to move. It can be viewed from the large granite observation tower constructed in 1937 by the government. The Rock Hawk Effigy, Park and Trails This is an outdoor classroom that has hundreds of educational displays along the 15 miles of trails that surround and lead to the Rock Hawk Effigy. The Rock Hawk Effigy consists of milky quartz rocks from baseball to boulder size, in the shape of a 100 foot long hawk. The trails provide visitors with many activities such as bird watching, hiking and biking. Regional and state biking and running races occur on the trails. The 15 miles of trails are divided into 5 loops showcasing the Lake Oconee shoreline, a major river, wetlands and varied forests and fields that attract a wide variety of wildlife, including over 200 species of birds. Historical displays dating from 12,000 years ago to the present as well as wildlife displays provide educational opportunities for visitors. A new archery range at Rock Hawk Park is now available for archers, bow hunters, youth groups and others interested in perfecting their target skills. The range consists of a static range, where users shoot intolarge “bow butt” targets secured inside freestanding sheds, and a 3-D trail with realistic animal targets on 17 lanes. Users should bring their own equipment. The effigy, park and trails are open to the public year-round from sunrise to sunset. The Uncle Remus Museum: The Uncle Remus Museum is located in Turner Park, a part of the original home place of Joseph Sidney Turner, the 'Little boy' in the Tales of Uncle Remus. The museum is a log cabin made from two original Putnam County slave cabins similar to the one occupied by Uncle Remus, the lovable character made famous by Joel Chandler Harris. The focal point of the cabin is a large portrait of Uncle Remus and the little boy, presented to the museum by Walt Disney. Shadow boxes containing delicate wood carvings of 'de Critters' capture the other world of Uncle Remus. First editions of many of Mr. Harris' works and numerous articles of interest fill a counter near the center of the museum. 706-485-6856