• Mid-Century Lake Summit Estate SOLD!

    Lake Summit, North Carolina
  • $1,350,000 US


This beautiful unspoiled 6-bedroom mid-century home and boathouse, sited on one of Lake Summit’s finest lots, is ready for a new owner to enjoy all the lake has to offer.  The home and matching boathouse have remained unchanged since they were built.  The original kitchen and baths remain intact.  Mature landscaping and spectacular lake views await.  Enjoy waterfront living from the boathouse with its stunning rock fireplace and one of the best private beaches on the lake.  This is truly one of the most desirable pieces of land on the lake.

The Residence | This is the best example of mid-century architecture on the lake.  With 6 bedrooms and 4 baths, this home is designed for a large family and lots of friends. The spacious living room with its huge rock fireplace and incredible views will surely be a favorite gathering spot. The home features a circular driveway, carport, extensive rockwork, decks and patio.  The home was built in 1958 and had some important updates in 2001.

Decks & Views | A patio sits just off the dining room and would be a great place for outdoor dining.   The deck, located just off the living room, provides the ideal spot for reading a book or just enjoying the spectacular lake views.  Beautiful grounds surround the house with extensive grass and woods.

The Boathouse | With its huge party room, built-in bar, and enormous rock fireplace, the boathouse provides a wonderful place to entertain and enjoy the lake.  Not only does the property boast a 2-slip boathouse, but another dock anchors the opposite end of the waterfront.  The location is right in the middle of the widest, most desirable section of Lake Summit.  This is one of the few properties on the lake with its own sandy beach!  This is truly one of the best pieces of land on the lake.

Lake Summit | Spanning about 300 acres with around 10 miles of shoreline, Lake summit is a very special place.  Duke Power generates power from their hydroelectric plant at the eastern end of the lake.  There are just over 150 cottages with boathouses around the lake; most used as summer getaways.  On the western end of the lake and along the headwaters of the Green River, Camp Greystone for girls, Camp Green Cove for girls and Camp Mondamin for boys have a long history as great summer camps.  The Green River is the main tributary for the lake, and with just one look into the water, you will know why it is called the "Green" River. Residents enjoy power boating, sailing, skiing, wakeboarding, kayaking, swimming, pontoon cruises and just sitting on the porch taking in the view.