Eye-Catching Country Home In Chattahoochee National Forest

Primitive DecoratingSoapstone counters and a matching back-splash complement the kitchen's custom cabinetry, including an island framed with salvaged heart-pine beams

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The entryway's antique pine bench offers a spot for removing shoes.

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The guest bathroom's custom-painted Sunrise Specialty tub adds vintage charm to this bathroom

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Wicker armchairs by Larsen and vintage bentwood bistro seats surround the table

Primitive DecoratingLaurie and Gordon

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An antique runner from Budapest and a bench made by Laurie's grandfather bring a sense of history to the upstairs hallway. The doors are painted Red Rock by Benjamin Moore.

Laurie Buchmiller and her husband, Gordon, a property developer, moved to Atlanta in 1996 with their children, they fell in love with a plot of land deep in the Chattahoochee National Forest, secluded by Lake Burton and enhanced with breathtaking views of the Appalachian Mountains.  Just over 90 miles from Atlanta, she set out to build her lakeside home, where she dreamed of a place where family and guests were welcome. When building the house, Laurie turned to Atlanta architect Keith Summerour, who sought out local artisans to craft the home using hardwoods native to the area.  Read, and view more pictures of this stunning home at CountryLiving.com
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