Lakeside Estates was established in the 1960’s when the founder of Allison Candy Company sold a few Elk river front lots to Huntsville buddies, a number of which were from the original VonBraun NASA Rocket team. Mr. Howard Sandlin, a supervisor at Huntsville Utilities, built our home as his beloved weekend fishing retreat in the mid sixties. We purchased the property in 2014, renovating the home from top to bottom.
Upstairs features two bedrooms, one bath, dining room, kitchen, living room and screened in back porch. It includes: new windows and hardwood throughout, ceramic tiled bathroom, vintage brick fireplace, and new kitchen cabinets with granite countertops. Unique to the space is a refurbished communion table/kitchen island and open staircase with rebar spindles.
Downstairs includes two bedrooms, one bath, a bunk room, den with fireplace, kitchen and laundry room and covered patio over looking Shoemaker Slew. Hardwoods and ceramic tile in the bath.
Sale includes furnishings.
New metal roof; vinyl siding; and stone veneer.
8x12 Storage Building.
Dock with boathouse and two covered pavilions.
Lakeside Estates Road is a two mile dead end road back in time. Curtis Road joins it and it too is a dead end road making the road perfect for walking, riding bikes, and golf carts. Most residents are “full-timers” taking meticulous care of their properties.
Sugar Creek Elementary
West Limestone High School
Renovations completed in 2018.