Imagine a vacation home that’s not only close by, but is ready for all types of family gatherings big and small. Now put it on Cedar Creek Lake, surround it with more than 12 acres of gorgeous wooded land, put in a beautiful pool and a dock, and you have the ultimate lakeside getaway.
That’s exactly what you’ll find with this week’s High Caliber Home of the Week sponsored by Lisa Peters of Caliber Home Loans. This incredible, private compound is listed by David Griffin & Company Realtors Seth Loncar and Miranda Cordero for $2.17 million.
Considering what you get for your money, that’s a great value.
The driveway to the main house and cabin at 14150 Ridge Lane is truly memorable, says Loncar. It’s a long, winding drive that allows you to shrug off your stressful day-to-day life and really embrace lakeside living. Located on an exceptionally private 12-acre lot, this home features a main house with five bedrooms, four bathrooms, and a stunning great room with epic floor-to-ceiling windows. There’s also a two-bedroom guest cottage, a horse barn, an RV pad with hookups, and a spectacular pool and deck that is perfect for gatherings.
The main house, which totals more than 4,800 square feet, has some really interesting features, including a cool built-in fish tank, a second-story catwalk to the game and billiard area, plus a wide-open floor plan that opens up the lake views to every area.
While most docks may have a second-story wood deck that would take the skin off the soles of bare feet in the summer heat, this one, note Loncar, has artificial turf. It’s definitely an improvement.
We also love how a little stream separates the main home from the lake. That’s a fun touch that is great for small children. There’s also a wonderful fire pit for roasting marshmallows while the sun sets over the lake. And don’t forget the pool!
As Loncar noted, the guest cottage is actually quite private, situated behind its own gate and with a driveway that veers off just ahead of the main house. It’s wonderful for families who need a bit of breathing room. What do you think of this plug-and-play Cedar Creek Lake compound?