Kingsland House Rental Photos and Description
House, 2 Bedrooms, 1 Bath, (Sleeps 4-5)
100' waterfront getaway completely remodeled in 2010. Nestled among large pecan trees on the Colorado arm of Lake LBJ, one mile below Inks dam. The large rocks in the water are great for climbing, sunning and exploring.
Treat yourself, family and friends to sun and fun on this constant level lake. You can swim, kayak, canoe, tube and fish from our bulkhead. Adjacent community park offers an additional 100 feet of waterfront for your enjoyment.
During periodic water release from Inks Lake, the normally calm water rushes past the rocks creating a cool retreat during the hot summer months. Amenities of the house include fully equipped kitchen, dining table, bar stools, 52' LCD TV/DVD, stereo with CD player, washer/dryer, Sealy Posturepedic and American Leather brand sleep systems, porch facing the water, waterfront seating, gas grill, outside table and chairs, carport, two kayaks, one canoe and tubes.
Keywords: lake house, waterfront, fishing, kayak, canoe, geology, 2 bedroom,
- wheelchair inaccessible
- pets not allowed
- non smoking only
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
- children welcome
Why Mina Martin chose Kingsland
We have camped at Inks Lake State Park since the kids were babies. We love the area just below Inks Dam and above the rocks since it is so quiet and peaceful. The fishing is amazing as is the birding. There are so many things to do in and around the area, including antiquing, hiking, exploring, caving, rock hunting and almost any other outdoor activity you can imagine. We spent over a year renovating the downstairs and we think you will find it as wonderful as we do.
What makes this house unique
The fishing is amazing, especially during the white bass run in early spring. You can fish for striped bass when the water is released from Inks Lake and black bass, catfish, perch and crappie year round. One of the unique features of the property are the large rocks in the water which are great for climbing on and sunning and the way the water changes from still to rushing during the periodic releases from the dam at Inks Lake just 1 mile upstream. The other unique feature is the natural granite pond between the house and the lake which we are currently restoring.