Are you looking for that perfect Grand Lake getaway that truly feels like it gets you away from it all?

Like an old world hideaway in your own personal paradise?

This completely remodeled – from the studs out – Spinnaker Point condo just might be the place for you.

Every single piece of timber throughout this home was hand hewn, carved and chiseled by a master craftsmen – reflecting centuries of art and timeless elegance.

And every single piece of timber in the home was touched by the hands of one man whose focus is on making beautiful furnishings; Ray Robirds.

Ray Robirds (go ahead, click this link to his website) now calls the Ozark hills of Southern Missouri home, but for over 50 years he has been commissioned by the elite of Beverly Hills and Bel Air to create luxurious lifestyles based on the best of the past.

Not only are a variety of aged woods used – all of which are hand-hewn and hand-rubbed – but Robirds prides himself on designing and crafting his own hardware to compliment his unique wood creations.

And every piece of wood in this luxurious Grand Lake home has been exclusively designed and skillfully constructed with old world elegance in mind.

Combine this old world elegance with the lakefront luxury that can only be found at Grand Lake, and you truly have a one-of-a-kind Grand Lake property.

All of this is found in a 3 bedroom, 3.5 bath Spinnaker Point condominium that is perfectly placed on a point with stunning views in the beautiful Duck Creek arm of Grand Lake.

Don’t be fooled by the old world look, either.

Commercial grade appliances, custom lighting and all of the modern conveniences are just as you would expect.

Add to that the amenities of a home in Spinnaker Point – private marina, pool, clubhouse, etc – and you may have just found your new Grand Lake getaway.

To make an appointment to see this elegant home right now call Roger Bond at (918) 231-9973.

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