Enjoy your luxury Motorcoach at one of the world’s greatest settings
According to National Geographic, the Lake Keowee, South Carolina area is ranked “9th among 50 of the world’s last great places”
Just minutes from the lake, resort owners can enjoy golfing at one of sixteen18 hole golf courses, exploring over 200 waterfalls, hiking in state & national forests, theater, museums, 10-acre flee markets, fresh fruit stands, country store or major mall shopping, dining and local festivals.
Fred Zirkle, a successful investment banker and developer relates, “After searching across the U.S., my wife and I found Lake Keowee and recently completed our retirement home. I love this lake and its various nearby attractions;
This resort will have it all: private, sandy beaches; surrounded by a crystal-clear 18,500 acre lake with 300 miles of shoreline; owner boat slips and boat rentals; adjacent 45 acre public recreation park; connected by sandbar to a green-space 3.6 acre island. Zirkle said, “This is a one-of-a-kind resort. Luxury Motorcoach owners will enjoy our many amenities, temperate climate, and major thoroughfare location nearby shopping /dining in a private, natural setting.”
Most lots are oversized, surrounded by 80 ft. tall trees and many have private, sandy beaches. Every lot enjoys a view of the lake and access to walking paths. To view the lots for sale visit http://www.keoweeresort.com/
Located just 35 miles from Greenville, SC and 125 miles from Atlanta, people who golf, race NASCAR® (Greenville Pickens Speedway), pick guitars and sing in Nashville, or those who want a place only 14.6 miles from Clemson, this is it!
Lot completion is scheduled to begin this summer. Keowee Resort recently introduced an incentive to the first 20 buyers who reserve iqfop lots. These lots have plenty of room for coach houses, outdoor kitchens, natural gas fire pits and social gatherings.
About Lake Keowee
Before European settlement in North America, the Native American nation of the Cherokee lived in the area and had a settlement called Keowee town along what they called the Keowee River. Seneca, South Carolina, takes its name from the once-important Cherokee town of Isuniga, or Sennekaw, which was near the junction of Coneross Creek and what used to be the Keowee River before it became Lake Keowee. If it’s great views from a waterfront property you are looking for you could see the Blue Ridge Mountains in their entire splendor.
For more information on the Lake Keowee Resort & Marina project, you can visit the website http://www.keoweeresort.com or you can contact Fred Zirkle at (801) 231-1589. To learn more about Lake Keowee, visit http://www.keoweeresort.com/