We were looking for a lakefront property without a lot of people around, and this fits the bill. The owners house is about 500 ft behind this, but screened by trees so you feel like you have the property to yourself. There is a campground across the lake, but the noise from there was minimal and not noticeable . The house has three levels, two bedrooms on the upper floor , no bathroom, and accessable by circular stairs which might provide a challenge to some. The main floor has a full bath, living room, kitchen and dinning space, along with a small screened in porch. Two desks on either end of the house provide extra space. The lower level has a futon bed, a bunk bed and another full bathroom.
With a page fire pit and decks we enjoyed ending the day on the lake front. There is a small dock, which has a steep incline slope to get to it, but you can swim in shallow water with a muddy bottom. The property was very nicely maintained.
Sugarloaf mountain is nearby with golf, zip lines and hiking, the lake while man made is small on this end, but goes for miles for excellent canoeing and kayaking. Those can be rented on the other side of the lake about a half mile walk away. A couple of nice country stores are close by, so groceries are not a problem.
I would recommend buying a steak from "the Pines Market" and grilling it on the grill, best ribeye we have had in ages, and the view from the picnic table is unbeatable.
Overall are experience was a very nice one, and we would certainly return for another visit