21 Acre Peninsula on Smith Mountain Lake Asks $11.75M in Huddleston, VA (PHOTOS)

21 Acre Peninsula on Smith Mountain Lake Asks $11.75M in Huddleston, VA

$11,750,000 | Built 2016 | 12,251 Sq. Ft. | 4 Beds | 5.5+ Baths | 21.15 Acres
721 Gobbler Ridge Lane Unit 717, Huddleston, Virginia, United States, 24104
Situated on a 21 acre peninsula on Virginia’s renowned Smith Mountain Lake, this exquisite 12,000 square foot residence took artisans 4 years to complete. The custom home is on the market for $11.75 million. The residence is finished in plank cedar siding and showcases interior details such as curved cedar beams from the Pacific Northwest forecast, Italian travertine and furniture grade walnut floors as well as antique stained glass and other unique items from the warehouse of architects Perry & Plumber out of Raleigh. Additional interior details include furniture grade Walnut, Cherry & Ash panelling and ceilings, reclaimed barn wood panelling and reclaimed Chestnut beams. In addition to the main house, there is also a furnished 1,300 square foot carriage house, 1,650 square foot garage and a 3,000 square foot boat house with 3 lifts, bar & storage, floating dock section and underwater light for swimming. This unique Smith Mountain Lake is on the market for $11.75 million with Frank Hardy of Frank Hardy Sotheby’s International Realty.
























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