Lovely, Laid-back, Pet-friendly Lake House, Southeast of Atlanta on Lake Sinclair
Lake Sinclair will be experiencing a draw down during the month of November. Lake Sinclair will begin refilling Friday, Nov. 27, 2015 and should return to full pool by Tuesday, Dec. 1, 2015. Lake levels are affected by climate conditions such as rain, as well as generation demands, and may fluctuate during the draw down.
Only 60 miles from downtown Atlanta, this one-acre pet-friendly Lake Sinclair home features a beautiful view of scenic Lake Sinclair and the Oconee National Forest, and includes a boat dock. With views of the lake from the every room on the lake side of the house including the Great Room, Kitchen (Remodeled in 2015), Dining Room, Master Bedroom, Sunroom and large deck complete with hot tub, this home is truly a relaxing getaway.
Wake up in the Master king bed or sunroom sofa bed to a dazzling view of the water. Have breakfast in the sunroom, the dining room or on the deck and never take your eyes off the water...are you getting "the view" yet?
Your well-behaved pets are welcome to join you and will love the one-acre yard and easy water access. Splash the day away-swimming, boating, fishing, or just sunning on the dock. You can even rent or bring your boat to our dock, complete with lift. Grill your fresh catch on the spacious deck while relaxing in the hot tub overlooking the forest-lined lake. The large, gently sloping lot leads to the dock where you can dangle your toes in the water while watching spectacular sunsets over the water.
The cabin is comfortably decorated and features hardwood floors throughout. The Great room is complete with a fireplace and LCD TV with cable television. The entire house is WIFI-enabled and also has a Broadband connection. The guest bathroom has recently been updated with new tile and vanity. Additional bedrooms include a queen bed, day bed, bunk beds and sleeper sofa. The double garage is large enough for a boat trailer and SUV.
Lake Sinclair is located in central Georgia on the Oconee River, just minutes away from all the attractions of Milledgeville, GA and is a 15-minute drive to the shopping and golfing of Lake Oconee. With over 400 miles of scenic shoreline, meandering coves and inlets as well as numerous stretches of open water, it offers plenty of recreational, fishing, and boating opportunities. Rent a boat and cruise the lake, or stop at local restaurant-Jackson's on Sinclair, accessible by car or boat.
Milledgeville is the largest city on the lake and is home to Georgia College and State University with a thriving, charming downtown area featuring many dining and shopping choices. Milledgeville served as the capital of Georgia from 1804 to 1868 and during the Civil War, Union General William T. Sherman devastated the area in November 1864, so history buffs will appreciate the Old Governor's Mansion and other historic sites nearby.
Notable residents of days gone by included Oliver Laurel of Laurel and Hardy fame, writer Flannery O'Conner whose family farm-Andalusia, is open for public tours (where your leashed pets are welcome to join you), and blues guitarist Blind Willie McTell, among others.