(256) 202-3705

7452 Val Monte Dr, Guntersville, AL 35976, USA

©2019 by Duckett Pointe

A NEW STANDARD IN LUXURY LAKESIDE LIVING

Lakeside village on Lake Guntersville in Guntersville, AL

AMENITIES

Duckett Pointe offers residents access to Alabama’s largest lake, Lake Guntersville. The property includes a waterfront clubhouse, pool, walking trails, four ponds, a community dock with canoe and paddle boards, and plenty of extra docking space for boats. The project's unique proximity to downtown Guntersville, Gunters Landing Golf Course, and Lake Guntersville State Park allow residences to experience the comforts a charming southern city, as well as the natural beauty of the Appalachian Mountains.

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WATER ACCESS

CLUB HOUSE & POOL

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CARE-FREE MAINTENANCE

THE CITY

Water. That's what makes Guntersville such a special place to live. Surrounded by Lake Guntersville in North Alabama, Guntersville provides the liveliness of a larger city with the charm of a small town. Lake Guntersville offers a diverse range of activities on and off the water. With 69,000 acres of water, there is plenty of room for boating, water sports, fishing, and hunting. Unlike most lakes, Lake Guntersville has level water year-round. the combination of natural beauty and a comfortable city atmosphere offers residents an ideal place to relax and unwind. Come visit and see why Guntersville is the perfect destination for your family.

COMMUNITY PLAN

This new lakefront village on Lake Guntersville draws upon traditional southern architecture and town planning principles. Duckett Pointe fosters community engagement and inspires residents and guests to reflect, replenish and connect to life on the waterfront. The architectural character is expressed with simple forms that address the street-front with prominent porches that give a unique character to each cottage. Attention to detail and craftsmanship in the exposed rafter tails, porch railings and brackets are a paramount feature. Climate sensitive materials – wood lap siding, board and batten, reflective metal roofing, and touches of local stone – reveal a natural warm patina. The landscaping draws from the palette of native species that are tolerant to the local environment.

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THE LAKE

In 1939, under Franklin Delano Roosevelt’s New Deal, the Tennessee Valley Authority flooded the foothills of the Appalachian Mountains in north Alabama to create Lake Guntersville. Since then, its waters have provided power to the region and unmatched natural beauty. Lake Guntersville is now one of North America’s top bass fishing lakes, and home to a variety of wildlife, including a fourth of Alabama’s Bald Eagle population. Lake Guntersville offers a diverse range of activities on and off the water. With 69,000 acres of water, there is plenty of room for boating, water sports, fishing, and hunting. Unlike most lakes, Lake Guntersville has level water year-round. the combination of natural beauty and a comfortable city atmosphere offers residents an ideal place to relax and unwind. Come visit and see why Guntersville is the perfect destination for your family.

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CONTACT

7452 Val Monte Dr, Guntersville, AL 35976, USA

(256) 202-3705