This is a quintessential Rabun-style cabin nestled among the towering mountain pines, and one of the lake's larger coves. Built in 1935, from land purchased from lake founder, August Andreae, this home has been lovingly restored and ready for you to enjoy. Conveniently located right on prime shoreline, less than a mile from the historic Lake Rabun Hotel & Restaurant, Louie's, and Hall's Boat House.
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Originally a poker lodge for 5 gentlemen from Washington, GA in the 30's and then a family summer cottage in the 50's on, this is a beloved cottage is on the heart of Lake Rabun in an easy location to get to, as well as enjoy stops like the hotel and boathouse less than 1 mile away. Common to this area, the house sits back on the hill and Lake Rabun Rd wraps around the lake. Unique boathouses, including this home's, are right on the lake. Note that the road divides this property, so be mindful of crossing with small children.
• Parking for 2 vehicles
• Out of respect to our neighbors, please keep the noise level to a minimum during late hours, sound travels easily across the lake.
• Do not sit on the indoor furnishings in wet swimwear.
• Do not put wet towels on the furniture or on the wood floor.
Other than that, enjoy the house and all that Northern Georgia has to offer! We've put a lot of time and effort into making this home a relaxing and memorable destination. We ask that you be respectful of all the furniture and accessories that we lovingly chose; it is truly special to us, and is key to making the lake house the unique home that it has been through the years.
NOTE: Although the cleaning fee does pay for the house to be professionally cleaned, we do ask that you clean all the dinnerware/silverware/cookware used, and that everything is in the general location that you found it on arrival.
Thank you so much. We hope you enjoy your stay!
Hi! We're Amy and Tom.
Thanks for checking out our Lake Rabun vacation rental page! It caught our eye too a couple years back and we were completely smitten with an ivy covered, one (sort of) bathroom, and a crooked 'for sale by owner' sign. (In fact, this picture is from the day we first discovered it and we were peeking in the windows.)
Fast forward through countless hours on Pinterest, endless raking, and multiple 'what were we thinking?!' moments - we're so pleased to be able to share this special place with you.
We hope you find your way to what we affectionately call "the Lee place" and get to experience beautiful Northern Georgia.