Impressive craftsmanship throughout and so much attention to detail. A stunning view of Table Rock Lake from nearly every window. This 3 bedroom / 3 bathroom sits on a little over an acre and is surrounded by a quaint lake community. Multiple bonus rooms could be converted to bedrooms if needed. The perfect lake retreat with plenty of room for the toys and an RV hook-up with dump station. Boat slip available for purchase as well 12' x 30'). Below are some of the unique features of this beauty:The great room (and porch) is ''timber frame'' using Douglas fir lumber. Only oak pegs hold these precisely cut mortise and tenoned joints together. All the doors on the main level are custom hand crafted white oak, as are all the cabinets throughout. All cabinetry and trim is either walnut (island) or white oak with walnut trim. A combination of craftsman, Quaker and early American styles are employed. The kitchen corner cabinet includes a salvaged 100 plus year old beveled glass door from a farmhouse in Ohio. All drawers in the kitchen employ 100# rated drawer slides.The fire place is unique, built of white oak with walnut accents. A concealed compartment on the side stores fireplace tools out of sight. A set of custom glass doors can be closed to improve energy efficiency. Stair treads to the loft suite are made from an American walnut tree cut down in Tulsa.The beautiful ten stain glass transoms, the beautiful light fixtures, medicine cabinet door, window accents, and the ''sunrise'' window in the great room, and doors are true leaded panes, not foil that is so common. The back wall at the stove is a tiled ''warm glass'' floral. Tiles are multi leveled stain glass pieces fused together under extreme heat to create the colors and pattern. The same technique was used to create the front porch fixture. Lower level bathroom is quite unique. The fixtures were salvaged from the Thomas Gilcrease mansion in Tulsa. The Gilcrease mansion was built in 1922 almost 100 years old!