First time on the market in decades, the Double Mountain Lake Retreat is an Alabama country escape like no other. Hunting. Fishing. Rock climbing. Golf course nearby. Fabulous Cabin. Lake. Seclusion. Location….it simply has it all!
You’ll be amazed at this stunning 70-acre retreat with a magnificent timberframe house that is ideal for entertaining and family gatherings. Double Mountain Lake Retreat features an expansive waterfront (2,400 feet) on a 34-acre, fully stocked lake. Dominating the landscape are huge hardwoods and pine trees where the land is gently rolling terrain and some unique rock formations on the higher parts of the land that only Shelby County has to offer. It is a beautiful hike to the higher parts of the property, and on a clear day, you can see Mount Cheaha, the highest point in Alabama!
Drive into the Double Mountain Lake Retreat following a winding road through the beautiful tree canopy just far enough to feel like you’re living in the country. All of this is just 10 minutes from Exit 238 on I-65 and convenient to restaurants, the Colonial Promenade Shopping Center, and other nearby shopping areas.
This idyllic setting has been primarily used as a weekend retreat but could easily accommodate more houses to create your own private family community. This property is also prime for development of a higher density subdivision with plenty of room for lakeside and interior lots.
Please call me, Eric Leisy, to schedule a tour today. 334-657-6707.
WHY BUY LAND?
In light of what is going on in the world today there has never been a better time to buy land. Interest rates are at historical lows and the purchase of land provides a safe haven for your investment. Other attributes of land include: 1) Land can be a great hedge against inflation, 2) Land does not fluctuate erratically like the stock market, 3) Land will ALWAYS be there for tomorrow. 4) Land provides a healthy environment away from the masses and can even provide food for your family.
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