This mini-house built in summer of 2016 comes with a huge covered deck for entertaining that is yours to include in a sale (if you ever sell down the road). I have well over $5000 into the deck itself and the skirting around the mini-house. Deck is wired with multiple outlets, has fans and lights. Connections cost a little over $1000 and that is all taken care of, Delivery was around $2200 and that is something obviously taken care of.
My point is...at $37200 you cannot build one and have a deck on one of the best run parks in all of Lake Fork, while getting this much of a deal (you'd pay considerably more). Pelican Point is very well managed and spaced out. Lots of parking for vehicles. Spacious room on the side for your boat and truck. I had additional rock delivered and spread out. I wanted this instead of a traditional 5th wheel or camper because I felt it would retain its value much better and have less maintenance. Campers I have had in the past always seemed to leak. I upgraded this model to be a little longer and also have several upgrades in the kitchen, roof shingles, upgraded cabinets in the bathroom, as well as, upgraded REVOLVE AC and heating.
This is not a full time-residence RV park. I have a copy of the lease and can show those truly interested enough to come look at the site and mini-house face-to-face. I would have to introduce you to the park owner and get him to draw up a new lease. I absolutely love this park and very much will miss it there...I just really need the cash for a metal workshop I am building, as I have recently moved closer to the lake.Call 214-790-3646 if seriously interested..please don't waste my time if you are not even in the market for a mini-house for getaways (again, not full-time residence). Thank you kindly!
It is $1800 a year for the RV lease annually. It is not right on the water, but one row back. It has one bedroom that sleeps 2 and the living room has that sofa that converts to a bed and will sleep an additional 2 people. It has a full bath with standup shower that is a really nice size compared to a camper. The storage room could possibly be converted to a bunk area - but would be cramped like an RV if bunks were built in there.
It’s right under 400 sq. ft. and needs to be that sq. footage to be considered an RV and not pay property taxes (from my understanding). Basically, there is a storage room (where you can see my fishing equipment that makes an “L” shape...cannot see in the picture), a nice sized full bath, a kitchen living room combo and one bedroom (no loft area - needed to fit under covered porch a little) and don’t forget the enormous covered deck for entertaining or just relaxing and having a BBQ.
Best to call me after 5pm if anyone wants additional info. or questions answered. I see I missed two calls earlier today. All voice messages have been responded to.
For $48200 I would include the boat. It’s a 2002 Skeeter ZX200 with a 2002 Yamaha OX66 that never gives me trouble. I just got new black windscreens for her, new LED bow running lights and she has an 80 lb. thrust Ultrex. She has battle scars from being fished around the stumps on Fork. Prefer to keep her because he is paid for and got most of the fixes I wanted done. Oh. Got a new Hamby’s Keel Guard (not the cheap keel guards that peel off) and got the rocker panel switch conversion installed that was $1100. All other service done at Service Marine.
Like I said - spaced out really well. Not packed in like sardines as you can see at many other places around the lake.
Picture is a little deceiving...the one camper and pontoon in between my mini-house and the 5th wheel to the far right are actually on the water/waterfront (and my mini-house and the 5th wheel are one level up with a gravel road that is in between, which wraps all the way around the park).