Hidden in the lush woodland wonderland that is the Appalachian valley, just 25 miles from the heart of Birmingham, lies a unique oasis just waiting for you. Honeywood Valley offers one-of-a kind natural escape with its approximately 885 acres of natural woodlands. On arrival to Honeywood Valley you will pass by the 100-year-old Amish barn that was painstakingly relocated and reconstructed on site in an absolute amazing location perfect for glorious sunset views. The ultimate venue for entertaining guest or renting for events. Leaving the barn, the road winds you around the shores of Lake Lomah and its approximately 26 acres of tranquil waters. The lake has been well taken care of and consistently provides productive fishing adventures. If fishing is not your thing Lake Lomah was designed to accommodate water skiing, so grab your skis from the boat house and take a lap. Finally, you arrive at your happy place, the Lodge and it’s 7,500 square ft of rustic yet sophisticated style. With 5 bedrooms and 7 baths you can bring a crowd and never feel crowded. Spread out on the 6 outdoor porches or the 150 feet of private beach on Lake Lomah. When it is time to get together meet up in the spacious living room and kitchen and enjoy one of the three fireplaces. Resting in a mountain valley Honeywood Valley is a haven for wildlife. Deer and turkey are abundant, and a combination of mature hardwoods and open space create a diverse habitat for wildlife of all types to thrive. Yellow Branch Creek flows through the valley floor providing year-round water and a reliable wildlife corridor. It is rare that something of this caliber so close to the conveniences of the city becomes available. Imagine working from home surrounded by mountains overlooking the lake in the morning and being able to run into town for a lunch meeting. This is a truly special place and the only way to really appreciate all it can offer is to experience it yourself. Take a tour here Honeywood Valley or if you like, we would love to show you around in person.
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