It’s extravagant. It’s brightful. It’s spot on the water. Furthermore, it’s available to be purchased in Alabama, with an asking price of $699,500.
We’re discussing a custom-built house at Lake Wedowee in Randolph County, not a long way from the Talladega National Forest and the Alabama-Georgia state line. The house, at 5338 County Road 804 in Randolph County, was worked in 2005 on a promontory part.
“The parcel resembles a finger, and the house is directly there on the fingernail,” says proprietor Mac McKinney of McKinney Builders.
McKinney and his wife, Julie, needed their lake house to be designed in a Mediterranean style, and bear the impacts of Mexican art and culture. The house covers around 3,000 square feet and has five bedrooms, four washrooms and two fireplaces.
The McKinneys, who live in Chattahoochee Hills, Georgia, have utilized the house at Lake Wedowee as a family get-away spot.
“We custom designed it for ourselves,” Mac McKinney says. “It suited our necessities and was an incredible place to raise our grandkids. They grew up and don’t utilize it as much any longer. Also, we’re at an age where we need to travel.”
The McKinneys have recorded their home with real estate broker Kerry Grinkmeyer, who says the climate of the house – and its lake setting – helps him to remember the 1981 motion picture “On Golden Pond.” Let’s take a closer look.
“You’re encompassed by water on three sides,” real estate broker Kerry Grinkmeyer says. He calls the property “a little piece of paradise” and an “fabulous hacienda.
Owner Mac McKinney likewise touts the lake. “It’s a delightful, clear, clean lake, around 100 foot somewhere down in the inside,” he says. “We’re as close to the lake as you can get and still be legal.”
The house has two yards and a major deck that extends over the house, Mac McKinney says.
The house’s extraordinary room has 8-foot outside entryways that lead to an outside deck ignoring the lake.
This open air room has roof fans,a fireplace and more.
Colorful rocking are an eye-getting accent on this yard. The house faces north, Mac McKinney says, so it doesn’t heat toward the evening sun.
The door sets the tone for whatever remains of the house. Realtor Kerry Grinkmeyer says he was inspired by the attention to design, which reaches out to each room in the house.
Spanish tile floors were introduced in the extraordinary room and kitchen.
Another look at the extraordinary room. Julie McKinney designed the fireplace in this room and plans to take it with her when they sell the house.
“The house is very colorful inside, kind of a Mexican/Mediterranean look,” Mac McKinney says. He and his wife Julie needed to fill it with things that helped them to remember their travels.
Another take a gander at the extraordinary room.
Julie McKinney had explicit thoughts for the kitchen, which has an open floor plan. “She didn’t want to be isolated,” Mac McKinney says.
Julie McKinney was responsible for improving the house, and she put an accentuation on color and detail. “She selected a ton of Spanish-enhanced detaiuld,” Mac McKinney says.
Another look at the kitchen, which highlights tempered steel appliances.
Another take a gander at the open floor plan, which connects the extraordinary room and kitchen.
Earth tones and flies of color harmonize in the extraordinary room and kitchen.
“On every side you have a view of the lake and the trees,” realtor Kerry Grinkmeyer says.
This staircasehas has sparkling wood and tile emphasizes.
The rooms upstairs have sisal carpets, as indicated by the posting by Best of US Homes
The bedroom is on the upper dimension and has a swinging rope bed, suspended from extensive bars.
Another look at the master bedroom.
Colorful installations give the main restroom an excellent look.
Another look at the main washroom.
A roomy stroll in shower is a piece of the main washroom.
One of the rooms for guests.
One of the visitor washrooms.
“The downstairs is basically set up for kids,” Mac McKinney says. “We put them in their own little lounge area with TV and games.” The lower level also could be transformed into a full-on man cave. “It’s for the kids, but also a place to watch football,” McKinney says.
Eye-getting wood shafts can be found in the primary room downstairs.
A ground floor bar.
Another look at the master room on the house’s lower level.
Bunk beds on the lower level were intended for the McKinneys’ grandkids. There are two bedrooms downstairs.
Another look at a first floor bunk room.
More cots on the lower level. “The house dozes 14 individuals,” Mac McKinney says.
“We’ll miss our neighbors and having a place to cool off in the summertime,” Mac McKinney says. He thinks the house would be ideal for “someone in their 40s or 50s with kids, who want to spend time on the water.”