High Rock Lake Cottage Rental Photos and Description
Architect designed waterfront retreat, 2 Bedrooms + Loft, 2.5 Baths, (Sleeps 6)
This private lakefront retreat is located on deep water at High Rock lake. The mountainside setting is very private and backs up to undeveloped land on 3 sides. The cottage was designed by award winning local architects Gray & Heather Stout. The cottage has lots of windows and a private deck or balcony off of each bedroom.
Built in 2000, The house is clad in cedar shakes and stone with lots of windows, and has a detached boat house. There is a 3rd floor loft with sitting area and separate room with 2 twin beds has panoramic lake and mountain views. Bedrooms on 2nd floor have their own ceramic tile bathroom and private covered deck. The property has a fire place and exterior fire pit and hot tub in addition to the private pier / dock. Guests have use of a canoe and kayak and private dock. Guest can also bring their own boat and launch it at nearby access areas. The cottage faces northwest and the sunsets are spectacular.
Windy Point is located at the gateway to the Uwharrie Mountains and perched at the base of the High Rock Mountain ridge which helps to form the lake. There are 3 waterfront restaurants on the lake that guests can reach by boat.
High Rock Lake is centrally located in the Piedmont area of NC and within 45 minutes of Charlotte and Winston Salem and 1 hour from Greensboro and 1.5 hour from Pinehurst.
Keywords: Waterfront, High Rock Lake, Cottage, Pier/Dock, Lakehouse
- non smoking only
- children welcome
- pets considered
- Minimum Age Limit for Renters
Gray Stout and Heather St. Aubin-Stout, owners and architects, live in Salisbury and enjoy boating and sailing on High Rock Lake with their family and friends.
We chose to build our lakefront vacation retreat at Mohican Shores at High Rock Lake because of the beauty and privacy of the site, the mountainous setting, the long range views of the lake and the deep, clean water. We also like that it is only 17 miles to Salisbury and 50 miles to Charlotte and Winston-Salem.
Incredible sunsets, swimming, boating, sailing, canoeing and kayaking. Mountain hikes. Building campfires and cooking out after a day on the water. Fun and fellowship with family and friends.