312 Pepe Road Clayton, GA 30525
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Stunning new construction - just far enough along to allow the new owner to choose their own finishes. * Note the renderings depict general plans/ideas. The exterior finishes slightly differ from the depiction. * Offer price is for the house fully finished. A reduced price is acceptable to the owners and will depend on the stage of construction when an agreement is reached. Situated just 25 feet from the lake, this home was thoughtfully designed by Ronnie Davidson and is being built by Rabun Builders - Kurt Cannon. Instead of a flowery description, please read further to better understand the nuts and bolts of this offering and learn exactly why it is so special. Designed with the intent to construct a lake home for a family to enjoy for decades to come, this plan allows light filled rooms and takes advantage of the tremendous lake views in every direction -from every room. The three covered porches add a tremendous amount of outdoor living space to the heated 5000+ square feet. With four bedrooms and 4.5 baths, an office, theatre room, flex room, main and terrace level living spaces - each with a fireplace -, easy access to the newly constructed boat house, this house design is a dream come true. Other points to consider- the location is not far off a paved road and lies at the end of the street sharing the end of the drive with the last house on the road. There is no drive through traffic. How easy is it to get to Clayton or the Waterfall Club? About 14 minutes to Clayton and maybe 4 minutes to the Club. What are the views like? The house has views of the large basin to the south of the bridge and the mountains that lie behind it plus views all the way down the long stretch of lake that runs from 'Sunset Cove' north past Governor's Cove. A little history - It is a sweet story. The house is built on the footprint of the original home constructed by the Pepes. Mr Pepe was a Ga Tech professor, and the road is named after him. It is pronounced 'Pep -e' ...not with a long 'a' 'Pep -a'. The Pepes gifted the house to a favorite Ga Tech student who had built a home next door at the Pepe's urging. The young man grew into a successful fellow who looked after Mrs Pepe until she passed away. Meanwhile, the house sat unoccupied and unused for approximately 15 years before it was sold as a 'tear down' in January of 2021. The location of the house allows it to face to the southeast which means no harsh afternoon sun hits it. What does that mean for the enjoyment of the family who owns it? All of the porches can be used in the afternoon without having to consider the direct heat a house with western exposure endures. The light that enters the house is the soft morning and early afternoon light which is the most desired of all. As construction continues, finish choices will be made, but at this stage, all of the following can be chosen by a Buyer: Flooring, Cabinetry, lighting fixtures, interior colors, and so on..... When it comes to location, site, proximity to the water, views from the many windows, there is simply no better property available on the lake. Please call to schedule an appointment to see this fabulous home in person.
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