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Location: Lake Toxaway, N.C.
The Skinny: Located deep in the western reaches of North Carolina, this log cabin looks like something out of the Adirondacks and, coincidentally, was built around the same time—1913—as some of that region's famous Great Camps. This compound, set on four lakefront acres, is much better kept than most of its northern counterparts, but retains the sprawling floor plan, with 18,000 square feet spread over four structures. The largest, the 7,200-square-foot main house, hosts six bedrooms and 6.5 baths, five stone fireplaces (including one on the porch), and an updated kitchen. The "kitchen house," original to the 1913 design, has been expanded into a large guest house, with three more bedrooms and, you guessed it, a second kitchen. The lakeside boathouse accommodates three vessels, while the garage fits two cars. An updated classic like this doesn't come cheap, even in such a remote location. The Lake Toxaway compound is listed for $14M.
· 0 Lake Toxaway [Zillow]