It is worth the ten-minute climb to this perch at 2,500 feet, overlooking the world from the top of White Oak Mountain. The 1950s rustic stone lodge was formerly the YMCA Camp Skyuka dining and meeting hall. While a gracious and stunning home now, Skyuka Lodge would serve beautifully as a B&B or corporate retreat. Everything in place, main house boasts a massive great room with stone walls, 20’ soaring ceilings, expansive views and large fireplace. The combination kitchen/family room features stainless appliances, Saltillo tile floors and counters, tongue and groove pine ceilings and gas log fireplace. The owners have converted the old walk-in cooler into a wonderful walk-in pantry. 3 bedrooms, 4 baths, 50×50 covered pavilion and courtyard. There is a three bay garage with an upper level 1,000 sqft, 2 bedroom/2 bath guest apartment. Skyuka Lodge has use of the Camp Skyuka lake, tennis and community pavilion, which is enjoyed privately by members of the Camp Skyuka Homeowners Association. Come feel the breezes and enjoy the view!