On the shores of Lake Stora Le, a lake that is popular for both swimming and fishing, lies this lovely holiday home embedded in a 300.000 m2 large private forest property. Located in a sunny clearing of a picturesque forested area the property has its own secured driveway.
The surrounding area is filled with natural beauty for you to discover and boasts a variety of birds, mushrooms and berries. This is the perfect holiday home for a relaxing and tranquil holiday spending time with friends and family. The property also offers a generous lawn area where you can enjoy a delicious barbecue and the children can play.
On the ground floor of the property you will find the bright and airy kitchen, living and dining area. Upstairs are the simply furnished yet cosy and welcoming three bedrooms. The bathroom is spacious and modern and offers a corner bath. The attractive living area features a corner sofa as well as an inviting reading area - perfect for whiling away an afternoon lost in a great book. The kitchen has plenty of surface workspace, making it easy for everyone to come together and prepare delicious meals - which can be enjoyed in the sunset on the terrace. The outdoor terrace is covered, so you can enjoy the beautiful outdoor environment, regardless of the weather. The area has a rich wild- and bird life. There is a salt stone for moose and deer not far from the house, with some luck you see an adult elk or moose calf. It is only a short walk down to the beaver nest by the lake and only 20m swimming to the island opposite.
The surrounding area is rich in wildlife, including moose and deer which you might be spot during a walk or hike. It is just a short walk to the lake where you can enjoy swimming, sunbathing and fishing. Lake Stora Le is part of the Stora-Le Foxen lake systemalogn with lake Foxen, lake Lelång, lake Östra Silen and lake Västra Silen. These lakes area popular amongst kayakers and canoeists. The Stora Le lake is 90 meters deep and Stora Le and Foxen together have an area of 131 square kilometers. This makes Stora Le the nineteenth largest lake in Sweden.