Beautiful Lakeside Home For Rent On Lake Blue Ridge (v2)

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Deck a

Relax in the hammock and enjoy the lake view and the cool breeze

Deck b

The wraparound deck provides an extraordinary view!


Enjoy your meals outside while taking in the gorgeous view


Large covered dock

Great a

Great room with stone fireplace, flat screen TV and leather furniture


Gorgeous lake views are just outside the large front windows and two sets of french doors

Great c

Great room as viewed from upstairs balcony

br 1

Master bedroom has a King-sized bed (old photo showing Queen bed)

br 1a

Master bedroom with TV and King-sized bed (old photo showing Queen bed)

br 2

Second bedroom with full-sized bed

twins in loft

Loft area with twin beds, computer desk, and gorgeous lake view

Sleeper in loft

Loft area with queen-sized sleeper sofa and gorgeous lake view


Refreshing lakeside hot tub easily accomodates 7


It is only a 50 foot walk to your large, private, covered deep water dock.
We offer our 21 foot pontoon boat for rental to guests, or you can rent from the marina, or bring your own and tie up at our dock.

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Located in a private community

Sleeps up to 8 guests

1 King and 1 Full on Main Level, 2 Twin Beds and full sleeper sofa in Loft, Queen bed on Terrace Level (not available in Winter months)

High Speed Wireless Internet

Large Flat Screen TV in the great room, TV in master bedroom, DirecTV satellite, DVD player, VCR, DVD library

Wood-burning stone fireplace in living area

Gas grill on screened porch

Gas burning fire table (fire pit) on main deck

7 person hot tub/spa on the lower covered porch

Lake or mountain views from most rooms

One covered, screened porch, One covered lower deck with swing, large uncovered wraparound porch with suspended "egg chair"

Dining Table on screened porch for alfresco dining, plenty of outdoor furniture

Ping Pong and Air Hockey

Children's games, jigsaw puzzles, book library, DVD library

Fully equipped kitchen with new stainless appliances, dishwasher, flat top stove, refrigerator with ice maker, microwave, coffee maker, toaster oven, blender

Leather chairs and recliner

Fully furnished, including linens, towels, paper products, soaps

Central heat/air


Ceiling fans

Parking area for two or more automobiles

Large, covered, two level dock with giant sun deck on top level.

Water toys (Canoe, youth kayak, floats, noodles, etc., along with a selection of life jackets are furnished.

No Pets, please

No Smoking, please, in the cabin or outside on the porches

No ATVs allowed in the community

For pricing, please see our VRBO site

All prices are subject to change at any time.

Cool Places in Georgia's Blue Ridge
The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway is a popular attraction in Blue Ridge & McCaysville.
While many people make the journey to Fannin County for our natural attractions, or just to kick back and relax, there are many things to do here to make your visit more fun.

Experience Living History
The Blue Ridge Scenic Railway is one of the "must see" attractions in the north Georgia mountains. The railroad connects the towns of Blue Ridge and McCaysville and offers a journey along the beautiful Toccoa River, The scenery in the fall is simply stunning.

Fall in Love with the Mountain Towns of Blue Ridge & McCaysville
The charming mountain towns of Blue Ridge and McCaysville each have a distinct character and history. Downtown Blue Ridge offers eclectic shopping and dining in a quaint small town setting. With the historic Blue Ridge Depot at its center, Blue Ridge is a center for arts and galleries, antiques, unique shopping and eateries.

The Toccoa/Ocoee River runs through the authentic mountain town of McCaysville, destination of the Blue Ridge Scenic Railway's journey. Cross the Blue Line in McCaysville and you're in Copperhill, Tennessee. McCaysville and Copperhill are the heart of the Copper Basin, with a rich history in mining. To learn more about the mining history of the Copper Basin, visit the Burra Burra Mine and Museum in Ducktown, Tenn.

Explore our Art Town
Pick up a copy of the Blue Ridge Art Trail map at the Welcome Center and don't miss the opportunity to experience art and history at the Blue Ridge Mountains Arts Association's Art Center, located on East Main Street in the Historic Fannin County Courthouse. The courthouse has been beautifully renovated and features the Galleries on East Main, a collection of special and seasonal exhibits of work of local and regional artists. A great place to pick up a piece of Blue Ridge to take home!

Enjoy Homegrown - Homemade Goodies
Southern Living Magazine has called Mercier Orchards its "favorite roadside market." You are guaranteed to find the best locally grown fruit, including strawberries, sweet cherries, blueberries, peaches, apples and more. Pick your own in season! Miss Adele Mercier is famous for making the best fried apple pies anywhere, but don't limit yourself to fried pies. Enjoy apple fritters, muffins, apple bread, apple cider and homemade ice cream during your visit. Also take a ride on Mobile Road in McCaysville and experience Mountainview Orchards; don't miss the chance to eat at the Cider House Cafe.

Don't Miss the Blue Ridge Farmer's Market
Don't miss our local farmer's market each Saturday in Downtown Blue Ridge City Park beginning in early June. Take home some heirloom tomatoes, fresh eggs, bread, flowers, handmade pottery, crafts and lots more.

Go To the Drive-In
One of three remaining drive-in theaters in Georgia, offering first run movies on weekends. Call 706-632-5235 to see what's playing or see the Swan website. Located at 651 Summit Street in Blue Ridge

Discover Natural Water Parks
Take the family to the Ocoee Whitewater Center, site of the 1996 U.S. Olympic Canoe/Kayak/Slalom events. There are great spots for wading and sliding on rocks at this natural water park. (Weekdays, and be sure to wear water shoes). The Whitewater Center has nationally recognized mountain bike trails on the Tanasi System, but there are plenty of flat paths for family rides. The Ocoee information center displays legacy items from the '96 Olympic Games. There are hiking trails, picnic areas, a native garden, gift shop and "The Blue Hole," the area's most famous swimming hole.

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