Located at the northern end of Page County, just one mile from the Warren County line, is this magnificent lodge-like log home. The home rests on top of a hillside and peers across the Page Valley and Shenandoah National Park in a private and secluded location. The property on which the home sits is nearly 17 acres in size, has a pond, and shares a considerable common boundary with the Shenandoah National Park. Three-story windows on the front of the home let beams of sunshine into the open concept living space with a magnificent, over 30 feet tall, stone fireplace. The primary suite is located on the main floor and offers a large walk-in closet, shower, bathtub, and double sinks. From the primary suite, there is direct access onto the wrap-around porch and a separate screened-in porch for evening dinners outside. Upstairs, a grand loft area embraces the lodge feel and leads to three additional bedrooms and two full bathrooms. An unfinished walkout basement offers great storage space, and the double garage provides accessible parking. Outside, an area is already roughed in for a pool with outstanding views and is ready for completion. A property like this does not come on the market often. This property would be the perfect full-time residence, second home, or short-term vacation rental.
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