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Mountain home with high pitched roof-lines and a massive fireplace. Pleasant
views along a greenbelt that parallels
Scroll down to see the view from the big covered deck. Click on a photo to step into the Great Room.
the fishing canal to Shadow
Mountain Lake. Impressive wood ceilings. Master bedroom suite and bedroom #2 on main level.
A third bedroom and spacious bath is by the man-cave on the lower
level. The recreation room has a full wet bar, exercise area
and ample space for TV's, game tables and creative thinking. 3400 sq. ft. heated. $539,000
#277 Road 662 (Canal View Drive). Shores of Shadow Mountain:
Lot 54. 0.39 acre. R301267
Greenbelt and fishing canal are to the right. Scroll down for a map of
the setting showing what lies just beyond the gap in the fence.
Scroll down for more views of the home indicated in the center of the map for The Shores of Shadow Mountain.
At the bottom of this page we have added in photos showing the Fishing Canal.
Scroll down to see more of the home's entrance to the left.
Scroll down to see covered deck up to the left.
Scroll down to see the breezeway to the garage.
Click on photo to step into the home's Great Room. Scroll down to see the open space along the home.
Click on photo to step into the home's Great Room. Scroll down to see the deep canal off to the left.
At the far end one has National Forest land and then Shadow Mountain
Lake. Stroke upstream to see more . . . or float downstream to
Shadow Mountain Lake!
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Scroll down to venture where the seal dogs go.
Scroll to see the community sign to signal where to turn off Hwy 34 to bring your family, pets, toys, . . . .
The home featured is up the ridge near the far end of the canal view from here.
In the deep winter, the canal smokes and steams. Birds use it as a flyway.
Bird in center of image . . . see below:
This bird will fly out to the almost year-round open water where the
canal meets Shadow Mountain Lake. Click on bird to see inside the
comfortable home for you.
Turn right (east) onto Road 662 from Hwy 34 headed to Grand Lake. Scroll up for a map of the setting.
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