This is a beautiful waterfront home on Lake Keowee. This home was featured in the Upstate Lake Living Magazine. The home features top of the line appliances, quartz counter-tops and all the latest upgrades. The home has 4 bedrooms with king beds, 1 bedroom has two queens and there's also a private alcove with twin bunk beds for extra kids. On the main floor we have two large fireplaces. The fireplace on the deck is a wood burning fireplace. On the patio we have a fire-pit which is perfect for toasting marshmallows!
The home is located on the southern end of lake Keowee in an upscale neighborhood consisting of million dollar homes. This neighborhood consists of just 26 properties and is surrounded by 32 acres of conservatory land owned by the neighborhood.
At the lake, we have an over-sized covered dock and deep water (15+ feet) all year long. The boat dock bay is open so you can put your boat in the dock. On the shore we also have a large 10x20ft deck area that remains shaded most of the day. For fun we have two kayaks, a Foosball table, a ping pong table, 50' large screen TV and plenty of board games and books to read. There is a 2nd TV above the fireplace in the main family room.
Things to do within 5 minutes of the house: Miniature golf, go cart racing, batting cages, spa treatments, antiquing, and ice cream
Things to do within 10 minutes: Medical facilities in downtown Seneca and at least 20 great restaurants including; Italian, Japanese, Greek, Mexican, Steakhouses, Barbeque and Pizza.
At least three great antique malls, flea markets and 3 shopping centers.
Golfing at your choice of three local country clubs.
Clemson offers additional shopping, eating and recreational opportunities.
Things to do within 30 minutes: Heading north and/or west will bring you into the wilderness of the Appalachian mountain area which offers a wide range of recreational activities including hiking, waterfalls, fly fishing, rafting and kayaking on the Chattooga river, apple picking, zip lines, horseback riding and many more activities. One of our favorites is stumphouse tunnel up on rte 107.