Welcome to one of the best Oconee County has to offer, with all the bells and whistles you’d expect in a home of this caliber in Boulder Springs—a conservation neighborhood with a lake, pools, clubhouses, tennis courts and walking trails. This unique and well-planned, open concept layout will delight with two bedrooms on the main—including the master suite—and a substantial flex space currently being used as an office. The home was designed, in fact, so that each sizable secondary bedroom can function as a live, work, and play space and yet there are plenty of locations to gather. There’s a massive, airy bonus space over the garage, or 5th bedroom, with it’s own full bathroom and large closet—which has made for a fabulous teen suite —and also a separate landing/bonus space for all upstairs bedrooms to use as a media space or study area. The current office could also be a living or media room with space for another possible office in the secondary main bedroom. The master suite, equipped with its own HVAC unit, is entirely private with attic storage above and all other bedrooms on the other side of the home. The mud room has two entrances from both the garage and and a glass door at the side of the home—perfect for organizing all of life’s outdoor essentials when you want to be social, otherwise this corner lot on a hill surrounded by greenspace is full serenity out the windows and feels secluded. Built by Bill Bath only ten years ago, you’ll find his signature curved wall corners and also extensive upgrades like the virtually indestructible white oak floors laid with glue instead of nails in case they ever need refinishing (they won’t!) and a plumbed, stubbed unfinished basement with walls of windows. New carpet and paint are the cherry on top of this meticulously maintained stunner only four miles from Butler’s Crossing and zoned award-winning Oconee schools.
|Address:||1102 Shoal Creek Way|
|Lot Square Feet:||0.780 acres|