The Lodge at Blue Springs is the homeplace of the Callaway family. The historically rich Adirondack log home built in the 1930s was designed by architects Ivey and Crook of Atlanta. The main home on 127 acres features five bedrooms, five baths, eight fireplaces, an indoor pool, two-story great room with double fireplaces, a 14 acre lake. Guest house with four bedrooms, four baths, three-car garage, gated entrance and separate office.
Four U.S. Presidents have stayed at The Lodge since its construction. Franklin D. Roosevelt spent more than 100 nights on the property.
Property Features Include: three-car garage, Ceiling Fan(s) Central Air Zoned
Approximate Square Feet:
Roof: Shingle roof.
Lot Acres: 127.0