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House of the Week: Raystown Lake Vacation Getaway



Shy Beaver Lakeview Estates Vacation Home
 


 

Located on the mountaintop of Shy Beaver Lakeview Estates this remarkable home boasts a gorgeous in-ground pool with breathtaking views of Raystown Lake and surrounding majestic mountains. 

The home features a gourmet kitchen with granite countertops, bar seating for four, stainless-steel appliances, an open concept floor plan into the dining area and family room which includes floor-to-ceiling stone fireplace.

In addition, there is a wood burning stove, a surround-sound speaker system inside and out, fire pit, wrap-around deck, generator,  two car attached garage and hot tub.  There is also a spacious laundry room located between the garage and kitchen.  The view of the lake and mountains from the 2nd floor loft is truly exquisite.  The home includes a finished basement and fitness room. 

Raystown Lake is a 27 mile lake in Huntingdon County, Pennsylvania, located approximately 40 minutes northwest of Breezewood and under a three hour drive from Pittsburgh. 
Boating, swimming, mountain biking, scuba diving, hiking and fishing are all popular activities in and around the lake. There are many campsites as well as several boat launches, restaurants and trails. 



 

Sales Price:

  • $699,900

Bed/Bath:

  • 4 Bedrooms/3.5 Bathrooms 

Room Description:

  • Kitchen, dining room, family room, 2 master bedrooms, 2 upper level bedrooms and bath, upper level loft with sofa bed, lower level guest room and bath, fitness area, sofa bed in lower level.  Sleeps  12 – 14.



 

To schedule a visit:

Jo Ann Tobias
301-758-7617
joann@expresstitle.com

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