136 S Falls Road
|Price $2,790,000||MLS # 20180918||Lot Size 1.47 Acres|
|Bedrooms Five||Bath (Full / Half) Five / One||Square Footage 4000-4499|
|Age 6-10 Years||Subd. The Reserve At Lake Keowee||Garage Capacity Two|
Listing Company: Justin Winter Sothebys Int'l
Listing Agent: Justin Winter Sotheby's International
This Reserve at Lake Keowee waterfront residence is situated on a point location at the back of a peaceful, deep water, expansive view cove. Named the 2008 Designer Show House by Atlanta Homes magazine, and with architecture/interiors by Keith Summerour & Summerour Interiors & Beth Webb Interiors, this quintessential lake home offers multiple outdoor living and recreation areas utilizing screened porches with stone fireplaces and sleeping porches on the homeâ€™s second level. Covered porches and terraces account for more than 3,000 sq ft of living space, blurring the line between indoors and out. Custom porch swings based on antiques from the Far East and Italian ceiling fans bring in a worldly flair that renders the space much more than your typical lake home. Broad, sweeping views of the lake are enjoyed from everywhere, and a custom Reserve deep water dock tucks neatly into a quiet cove location (with sandy beach), ideal for swimming and equipped with fish feeders to attract the big bass. Constructed from the finest natural materials such as North Carolina stone, reclaimed barn wood floors, and extensive new oak timbering, this open plan, 5 bdrm, 5-1/2 bth home has three levels plus outside living to accommodate extended families, with friends! The heart of the home is an impressive, â€œnon-kitchen kitchenâ€ for the combination living room/dining room/kitchen area. Crema dâ€™Orica farmhouse sink and faucet (by Waterworks), Wolf & Sub Zero appliances, and Rocky Mountain Hardware round off an impressive list of vendors. Antique French griddles above the doorways give the space a modern, Neoclassical verve. The interior â€œhas an emphasis on harmonious palettes, uncluttered livability and unexpected choices, with the focus always being on the light, scale and natural tonalitiesâ€, according to Beth Webb, Interior Designer. Vaulted ceilings, post and beam accents and custom carpentry throughout give this 180 degree view lake home a pure, honest, comfortable old world look and â€œbasic chicâ€ feel.
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