PARSON'S COTTAGE - you can literally feel the love in this place. As gentle waves lap the shoreline, you almost hear the echoes of laughter from some 80 orphaned children who enjoyed playing here.. The cottage is warm and inviting with paneled walls and a wood burning stove in the greatrroom. The kitchen is open so that the cook can enjoy the lake view and entertaining family and friends. The dining room is open with a wonderful lake view. With two bedrooms up and space for a third below, everyone has a spot to stretch out. There is a full bath of the master. A wonderful porch overlooks the lake and precious plantings everyhwhere you look. Below find a sunny room once used to bunk many, along with a second kitchen, full bath and sitting area. Appliances stay and furnishings are negotiable. The covered slip is brand new, and an old boathouse is there too. Store your toys and gardening tools, This spot has everything you could want with natural beauty wrapped all around it. You even have your own boat ramp here. Mountain Shore Drive is just off highway 72/221 East, so you know this precious haven is also convenience to shopping, dining, and doctor's offices. This could easily be transformed into a year round nest too - a perfect place to absorb all the wonders of God's creation. This history here is inspiring. Pastor James "Buster" Parsons and his wife Gladese made this home. He was a World War II Army veteran and retired from Connie Maxwell Children's Home having worked there 29 years as a Cottage Father. HIs love of children and nature flourished here, with the couple entertaining and nurturing both children and plants. Walk the grounds and the evidence of that love still blooms. In fact, a few years back when a maintenance man was called for a repair....turns out he was one of the children who loved coming here years ago. Come feel the sweetness and wonder that are so prevalent here - and you too will be Loving Lake Greenwood!
Listing courtesy of Lake Homes Realty, LLC.