2030 St Rt 213 - Gorgeous Home with Stunning View! Sit on one of the many decks and watch the assortment of birds and waterfowl. See the bald eagles, egrets, herons, pelicans, otters, mink, and a variety of other animals and water fowl. This place is harmonious with nature and perfect for the sportsperson. Sport fishing is easy at Reelfoot Lake. The boardwalk to the dock/boathouse provides more opportunity to see the birds and aquatic animals. Home has 3 bedrooms, 2 baths, fireplace for those chilly evenings, more... Reelfoot Lake is on the Mississippi Flyway: a corridor used by approximately 250 species of birds as they migrate south for the winter and north for the summer. Close to state and federal wildlife refuges and wildlife management areas. We are also a mile from the Reelfoot Lake Airport, which is owned by the Tennessee Department of Transportation. In addition to 35.5 linear feet of Silestone quartz countertop, the kitchen features two large corner cabinets with lazy susans and a third corner cabinet with a fixed shelf; a floor to ceiling pantry unit; a double sink with a view of the lake; and windows overlooking the garden. Ceiling rises from 8 feet on one side to about 12 feet on the other, creating an open, airy feel. Ceiling fans in every room. On the front of the house a wall of windows overlooks the lake and gardens. Windows and doors strategically placed to encourage ventilation during pleasant weather. Lots of natural light. Energy-saving hybrid heat-pump water heater. Double car garage with a shop corner and built-in cabinets on two sides. aster bedroom suite isolated upstairs behind French doors. Features a private master bathroom with tub/shower combination; his and hers closets (one a walk-in); and a private outdoor balcony. Also laundry chute from the master bath directly to the laundry room. Downstairs bathroom has tub/shower combo. Living room soars two stories with rock fireplace, which burns wood but has a gas starter. The living room has views of the lake and the garden. Loft overlooking the living room is lined with built-in bookcases, creating a library nook. Dining room includes built-in china cabinet/wet bar. Screen porch has two large skylights to watch birds in the trees above. Also has an outdoor ceiling fan/light combo with remote control -- the light can be turned on and off without opening the front door or leaving your seat. Three outdoor decks in all: One on the front of the house where the main action takes place, a second one in the tree tops off the master bedroom and the third on the quiet, secluded north side of the house overlooking the slough. The property line extends to the center of the slough. Two security lights in the yard. Two boathouses, a fish cleaning house, a storage shed, a canoe rack, a boat ramp and a boardwalk through the cut-grass, button bush and pickerelweed. (Jim will try to measure the length of the boardwalk tomorrow but you might need to remind him.) A small dock is nestled beside the boat ramp. Cherry staircase. Residence of choice for actor Tommy Lee Jones while filming the movie "U.S. Marshals" in the summer of 1997. Parquet flooring in the craft room. Low-maintenance porcelain tile used for most of the first floor, with the exception of the parquet wood in the craft room and carpet in two bedrooms. Carpet in the library and master bedroom upstairs and porcelain tile in the master bath. Open floor plan allows for ease of movement between kitchen, dining room and living room, even when hosting 30 people or more during family reunions and other gatherings.