Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
Blue Ridge Lake House - Morganton, Georgia
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Blue Ridge Lake House

1-3 Keys 4 Bedrooms 10 Guests 4 Baths

Description

Blue Ridge Lake House

The crystal clear aquamarine waters of Lake Blue Ridge make it one of Georgia's most picturesque mountain lakes. The 3,290-acre lake and surrounding area offer campsites, several boat ramps, a full-service marina and public swimming and picnic areas. 80 percent of the shoreline on Lake Blue Ridge is in the Chattahoochee National Forest, managed by the USDA Forest Service. You'll love this serene getaway home, boasting four bedrooms and 3170 square feet.

Blue Ridge Reservoir is 11 miles long and has 65 miles of shoreline, 25 percent of which is developed. The lake was formed when Blue Ridge Dam was constructed on the Toccoa River in 1930 by the Toccoa Electric Power Company. At the time it was built, the dam was the largest earthen dam in the Southeast. The Tennessee Valley Authority (TVA) purchased the facility in 1939 for hydroelectric power production.

There’s a scenic overlook above the dam and a shaded picnic area near the powerhouse. The canoe and kayak launch site below the dam gives non-motorized boaters access to the Toccoa River.

The river is noted among anglers for its sunfish, trout, and bass. When water is released from Blue Ridge Dam to generate electricity, the river becomes a Class I-II float through the Georgia hills. Besides providing power and recreational opportunities, Blue Ridge also helps reduce flood damage.

The lake is home to bass, bream, catfish, perch, and crappie, which make the area popular with anglers. It is the only lake south of the Great Lakes where Walleye are caught and is also known for small-mouth bass fishing.

Recreation on Lake Blue Ridge
Pontoons and jet skis are available for rent at the Lake Blue Ridge Marina, on old U.S. 76. The marina has a boat ramp, fishing, boating supplies and boat storage.

Swimming, camping, fishing and boat ramps are available at Morganton Point Recreation Area in Morganton. Other boat ramps are located at Lakewood Landing on Old Highway 76, Morganton, and Lake Blue Ridge Recreation Area, Aska Road.


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Property Details

Size

Private Residence with 3 levels
4 bedrooms, 4 baths, 3170 square feet, 295 square meters

Bedrooms

Queen, Queen, Full, and 2x Twin
10 guests maximum

Nearest airport

Hartsfield–Jackson Atlanta International Airport - ATL
3 hours by car

Property View

Blue Ridge Lake views!

Property ID

02143

Amenities

No Pets Allowed
Not Handicap Accessible
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Activities of Interest

  • Equestrian
  • Fish
  • Hike
  • Watersports
  • Blue Ridge Mountain Kayaking (15 minutes) - You will choose from a gorgeous trip down the Toccoa River or a picturesque paddle on Lake Blue Ridge.
  • Outdoor Adventures – Enjoy the likes of skydiving, hang gliding, spelunking, rock climbing, zip lining, tree climbing, motorcycling, ATV and motocross. We’ve got plenty of outfitters and guides!
  • Historic Trolley Tours - Take a tour through Georgia's antebellum historic district.

Places of Interest

  • Serenberry Vineyards (10 minutes) - This incredible tasting room offers plenty of delicious wines to try.
  • Old Governor's Mansion (4 hours) - Enjoy gazing upon one of the most perfect examples of Greek architecture, housing Georgia governors from 1839 to 1868.
  • Chattahoochee National Forest (20 minutes) - Explore through miles of gorgeous hiking trails.



Reviews

John

October 2019

Nice Lake Home

We enjoyed our stay in this home. It is well laid out and functional. The kitchen that opens up to screened porch was fantastic and was well equipped. The location is very convenient. Highly recommend. ”

William

August 2019

Great house

We really enjoyed our stay at the Blue Ridge Lake house. The house is very well equipped for all your cooking needs and is extremely comfortable with wonderful porches and a fantastic dock. Very close to Blue Ridge, Ga which is a great town for shopping and wonderful restaurants. The house is perfect and the owners could not have been more helpful, ”

Hathaway

October 2017

Lake House

The trip was wonderful. The house offers stunning lake views from every floor and the setting is truly picturesque. It was a great relaxing week.”