Chamber of Commerce Days
These are the type of days we see this time of year(Chamber of Commerce days as we like to call them); clean, crisp, make you want to just walk around with your hands in your pockets and your head in the clouds kind of days.
Great days (great Chamber of commerce days) for videos and pictures, as well. Fortunately for you (and us) we’ve added three new listings over the past week with aerial video, video walk-throughs, 360 degree videos, living pictures videos and a plethora of beautiful pictures to boot! Hopefully, they will get sold lickity split as folks continue to look for their ideal Lake Keowee property.
We’ve had a good and bad week. Good for the new listings, bad as we lost a big home deal right at the wire. Dad gum hurricanes cause problems all the way up here in the upstate (hurricanes, not Chamber of Commerce days for the coasts).
That’s OK though, we’ll find some new folks as this particular home is a beautiful place that embodies the aesthetic spirit of Lake Keowee.
Hopefully y’all are getting out and enjoying the wonderful fall days like we are. Take some pictures and shoot them our way. We’d love to see them and it’d be really neat to possibly add a few to the Lake Keowee Real Estate Expert Blog!
By Caitlin Herrington – WALHALLA – The Oconee County Planning Commission will sit down with a planning firm and the public next week to discuss the county’s 202o comprehensive plan.
The Methany-Burns Group, hired to manage the plan’s update, will be hosting a series of interactive meetings with the public iin order to gather as much input as possible. Tuesday’s 6 p.m. meeting will be just the first of two or three workships that will take place over the next year, according to county zoning administrator Adam Chapman.
Planners greenlight short-term rental policy with changes
By Norm Cannada – SENECA – A revised version of a controversial ordinance governing short-term rentals is headed to city council with the recommendation of the Seneca Planning Commission-six months after the commission rejected an earlier version of the ordinance.
But the commission did recommend a couple of changes to the policy.