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You will never leave the front porch with its mile long views of 200 acre Lake Cameron in this 4 bed, 4 bath 3000+ square foot home. Your master suite and a guest suite are on the 1st floor with two bedrooms and 2 baths on the 2nd floor. Enjoy views of sunrise, moonrise INCREDIBLE wildlife, park space and two piers while sitting on your front porch! The front and side porches are both 10 feet deep and feature Ipe (Brazilian hardwood) decking. Retractable screen doors at the porches, front and rear doors enable you to enjoy the outdoors - connecting your great room to ALL of your wonderful outdoor spaces. The kitchen opens to both the dining and living rooms yet is screened from view by a beautiful stair. This house is built for gracious living and entertaining. Wall ovens, gas cooktop, granite topped island, deep pantry, storage niche and closet all add to the ease of operating and entertaining in this kitchen area. A built in desk area just adds to the convenience of this space. Deep moldings, tall ceilings and doors, FABULOUS windows facing the lake, surround sound in the great room, master and porches and a toasty fireplace all exhibit the thoughtful custom touches employed in this home. Your master suite is set away from the rest of the 1st floor with windows providing lovely views of the lake, vaulted ceilings, custom lighting and a gorgeous bath and closet. In the bath you will appreciate the separate vanities, deep soaking tub, shower with rain head and body jets custom walk in closet. Upstairs the two bedrooms with full baths and walk in closets plus a walk-in storage area, lockable attic storage and a room with bunk beds for extra sleeping options. Each bedroom overlooks Lake Cameron. The attached two bay carport also features a lockable closet with additional attic storage. Contact Pike Road School (334-420-5310) to verify schools & zoning. Seller is a licensed realtor. ** Verify schools. 12th grade is still part of Montgomery County School System