Located on the edge of Tanglewood Resort, minutes from Lake Texoma, the home at 691 Lakepoint Loop sits nestled in the trees. The Corps of Engineer property lines this area in Pottsboro, making for a tranquil setting and immense privacy.


The three bedroom and two and a half bathroom home is comprised of 2,117 square feet and is currently listed by Lisa Hitchcock with Easy Life Realty for $349,900.


The home itself speaks to both its location and its luxury. A 31-by-22-foot three-car garage is accented by warm wooden doors that tie the feature into the nature that surrounds it. A second story over the garage provides a long, covered patio perfect for sitting outside in the rain.


Set to the right of the drive, the front entrance to the home welcomes visitors with impeccable landscaping and warm wooden columns to tie in the feature from the garage. Sitting on over a quarter of an acre, the property is set back from the road to take advantage of the quiet landscape in the rear of the home.


A stone walkway ties in stone and brick elements mixed with siding for the exterior of the home. The covered, a-frame entrance brings the design together with another splash of the warm wooden finish.


The interior of the home keeps a simple design with wood floors and cabinetry alongside modern finishes like stainless steel and granite.


The kitchen includes double ovens, a built in buffet, beverage refrigerator and an oversized island. These features are perfect for entertaining or family gatherings out at the lake. Custom cabinetry surrounds three sides of the kitchen, providing ample storage space and accompanying an incredible amount of counter space.


The kitchen is open to the living room. The living room is host to a fireplace and television area.


The two rooms feel bright and spacious thanks to a unique ceiling that is raised in the middle with recessed lighting and natural light from a multitude of windows.


The master suite includes a breakfast bar and outdoor balcony with views of the lake, perfect for waking up to a fresh cup of coffee. The expansive room also provides plenty of space for a seating area in front of the glass doors for days when residents want to enjoy nature from the comfort of inside. Additionally, light blocking curtains can be closed to block sunlight on weekend mornings if sleeping in is a priority.


The attached, spa-like bathroom includes a rain shower, whirlpool bathtub and dual vanities. This master bedroom creates the feeling of staying at a hotel without ever leaving home.


The other bedrooms take advantage of the location with sliding glass doors out onto a covered patio. Curtains can be closed for privacy or left open to enjoy the peaceful nature outside.


Black and white checkered tile accents dark cabinetry in the second full bath. This theme is continued into the two other bedrooms where black and white accents give life to the rooms.


The back porch is surrounded by landscaped gravel to help reduce insects during the summer months. Tiki torches light the way, and outdoor couches, tables and chair provide ample seating for everyone. Bushy trees pair with a wooden fence for privacy.