A Beautiful Lakefront in Private Camelot Forest!

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with Pocono Mountain Lakes Realty RB 066506

Lovely Lakefront Beauty on the Lake in the Enchanted Forest of Camelot. Direct Lake Access and Only About 5-6 miles to Jack Frost and Big Boulder Ski Resorts! H2O Indoor Waterpark as well as Many Great Golf Courses Are Very Close By! This is a 3 Bedroom 2 Bath that may sleep up to ten people. It comes with your basic appliances such as Refrigerator, Dishwasher, Washer/Dryer, and it also has a foosball and ping pong table. Create Wonderful Pocono Mountain Memories on the Lake of this Lakefront Beauty. Call Now to Book This Dream Home! Fees are as Follows:
~Summer Week - $1,000
~Summer Month - $3,400

~Extra Night - $75
~Cleaning - $95
~Reservation - $10
~Security - $300 Unless NYE or Race then $600

~Memorial Day W/E - $700 (3 Nights)
~Labor Day W/E - $725 (3 Nights)

 

 

 

 

Camelot Forest - A Small Conservation Community that offers 2 Lakes and Tennis Courts with a nice Sandy Beach. Camelot Forest is great in location as well being only 5 miles from Big Boulder/ Jack Frost Resorts, and Split Rock Resort and H20 the indoor Waterpark! This Community backs right up to Pocono Lake Preserve, and offers an average size parcel between a half to a full acre.

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Lindsay Quady
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I would love to see any home in a place called "Camelot Forest"! Good luck!

Jun 27, 2012 10:57 AM #1
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