Lakefront home in Lincoln County, Georgia nestled on 70,000 acre Clarks Hill Lake - the largest manmade lake east of the Mississippi. Nothing between you and the lake except a short trail through Corp of Engineers property. Situated off of a seldom used county road that dead ends into a seasonal Corp of Engineers campground. Most of this dead end road is bordered by Corp property and a few very large tracts of privately owned land. Only one neighboring house can be seen from this property and it is only used as an occasional vacation home. The other two sides of the property are bordered by hundreds of acres of Corp of Engineers property.
Home sits on 2 acres, deep well with lots of water, 200 gal. propane tank, plum trees, and fig tree. Plenty of space for open gardens and permaculture; 3 bedroom, 2 bath, large great room, deck, 22 ft. x 14 ft. enclosed garage, adjoining a 7 ft. x 22 ft. storage room/pantry, outbuilding with attached dirt floor carport, plus a smaller outbuilding, and a tree house. Creek on the adjoining Corp of Engineers property. Well graveled circular driveway; house is hidden from road view by trees and pampas grass. $148,900.