The outdoor space is amazing! The bunk room is pretty cool too! Frog Hollow was built in 1945. It is located on 1.75 acres in Clarkesville, Georgia. This home is situated on Lake Burton. The home features hardwood floors, vaulted ceilings, exposed beams, and a wood burning fireplace. There are beautiful views from each room of the house. The home has a bunk room and a loft area with a climbing wall. The property has beautiful outdoor areas. There is a fire pit, outdoor ping pong table, swim dock, and a covered boat slip. Five bedrooms, three bathrooms, and 3,121 square feet. $2,295,000
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From the Zillow listing:
Frog Hollow on Lake Burton enjoys the enviable status of being located right on the water’s edge. This rustically exquisite, move in ready, summer cottage connects the memories of summer camp with the serenity and style of a luxury resort. Inside, this revamped fishing cabin offers several gathering areas for entertaining guests. Enjoy the wide lake views from the family room that connects to the dining area. The kitchen with white cabinets and stainless appliances is cozy but well appointed. The separate living room with vaulted ceiling, features ship lap walls and a masonry fireplace. The cozy master bedroom with private bath is on the main level which also includes a small guest bedroom. 2 guest bedrooms upstairs feature sweeping lake views and share a full bath. The young people will love the huge room designed just for them, combining a rec room with a bunk room and its own private bath. Eight bunks line the far wall leaving plenty of floor space for game tables, sitting areas and just hanging out. There is even a loft accessible by a climbing wall that also has a built in ladder for those less adventurous. Outdoor living may well be the best feature of this iconic property. The beautifully landscaped lakefront includes a fire pit, outdoor ping pong table, sitting areas and the swim dock. A covered boat slip with hydraulic lift plus 2 jet-ski lifts are also located under the house. A lake side path leads to a side yard with a spring that runs into the lake.
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