LIVE IN LUXURY ON ALLURING LAKE WACCAMAW in this newly constructed custom built 5BR, 4 BA home in Sandy Point. An inviting oasis awaits rest and relaxation in the saltwater pool with a lake view and plenty of space to spread out, sunbathe, and mingle. A private manmade beach with an exclusive sprawling dock hosts an ideal spot to relish in the serenity of the water and afternoon breezes. Enjoy a seat at the bar or fire up the grill in the covered rock and granite outdoor kitchen with a refrigerator, plenty of storage, and a perfect setting for entertaining family and friends.Inside, beautiful hardwood floors, ornate moldings, and towering intricate ceilings display magnificent details throughout. A spacious living room features an impressive rock fireplace, built-in cabinet, vaulted ceilings, and lots of natural light. A charming white kitchen with fabulous cabinetry has an attractive island with spacious seating, gorgeous lighting, beautiful granite countertops, and stainless steel appliances, including a Dacor gas range with griddle. A bright and roomy dining room focuses on a double tray ceiling and walls of windows. The master suite highlights a fireplace in a lovely sitting area overlooking the pool and lake hosting its own HVAC and an exquisite bathroom with corner glass tiled shower and double vanities. A large tiled utility room features washer/dryer, sink and an abundance of storage. Upstairs, enjoy a separate cozy living space, kitchenette, storage and additional sleeping quarters including an adorable ''bunk house'' for kids to enjoy. Other features include three car garage with mahogany doors, oversized stamped concrete driveway, designer landscaping with lighting, irrigation system, 4 zone HVAC, two tankless hot water heaters, and generator.Lake Waccamaw, a naturally occurring body of water, is the third-largest natural lake in the state at about 9,000 acres. It averages about 7.5 feet deep and is surrounded by 14 miles of shoreline. It has a wealth of history and some believe Lake Waccamaw may have been formed by meteorites. Dredges brought up old charred tree stumps support a theory that the lake is the basin left by a prehistoric peat fire. Visitors can take a trip back in time at the Lake Waccamaw Depot Museum or enjoy a picnic and hiking trails at Lake Waccamaw State Park.
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