White Oaks, on the shores of Lake Oconee with big water views providing spectacular sunsets and natural vistas for its’ visitors. Main house is an original log home with 4 bedrooms, 3 modern baths, gourmet kitchen, great trophy room with fireplace and a large garden level game room with fireplace, full bar . The adjoining guest cottage has an open vista floor plan featuring 3 large bedrooms all with full baths, a beautiful kitchen and a spacious, tastefully appointed living room. White Oaks comfortably sleeps up to 16 people with room for more. Spacious decks link the 2 dwellings forming a large outdoor living space for both lounging and dining with expansive lake views. Boardwalks lead along gardens to a rustic tree house complete with observation deck, swinging bridge, trap door, rope ladder, zip line and sliding pole. This is a perfect playground for children or treetop hideaway. Large dock for your boats with launch less than 1 mile away. 1/2 hour to Masters Golf Tournament
White Oaks Highlights: This very livable, rustic lakeside retreat, is in the heart of the Lake Oconee area and historic district not far from the Old Parks Mill ferry crossing where Confederate President, Jeff Davis, is reputed to have buried his gold. It’s completely modern amenities include a true log house with great room and game room furnished for relaxation, four bedrooms and three full baths. An adjoining guest cottage, which may be rented with the log house or separate, features three bedrooms, companion baths and beautiful open vistas and lake views. Geared for indoor and outdoor living, a large connecting deck is outfitted for lounging, BBQ and dining. The dock is large, accommodating most size boats and is a short distance from the community launch. This fully furnished and equipped lake facility is ideal for family reunions, groups or corporate retreats.
Nearby Amenities: White Oaks is conveniently located for easy access to most of the Oconee region’s amenities and facilities including: several golf courses, cultural facilities such as the Steffan Thomas Art museum, Andulusa, the estate of famed author, Flannery O’Connor, the Uncle Remus Museum, Rock Eagle pre-historic Effigy site, the historic towns of Madison, Greensboro, Eatonton, Union Point as well as being a short drive to Augusta and Athens. State of the art shopping and a wide selection of fine restaurants are five to ten minutes away, including the Ritz Carlton Hotel at Reynolds Plantation, available by car or by boat. You will enjoy country simplicity of living while remaining close to every amenity required for a fully enjoyable vacation on the lake.