Lake Keowee in The Spirit of The Season!
Look around our Lake Keowee area and you will see Christmas decorations galore including lights a-blazing when the sun goes down at 5:30 (which, by the way, thank goodness for those lights as I really don’t like getting home when the sun is down). This time of year is always such fun because of the multitude of holiday activities associated with it. In our area there are several parades, multiple big time light shows, and the biggest ever of sporting events (including the College Football Playoffs which will, once again for the 4th time out of 6 seasons, include the Clemson Tigers). Plenty of reasons to get out of that warm house.
Business wise we are still closing properties. We closed two lots over the past week, which is always good news. Concerning new business, we’ve picked up two great listings including a 1.3 million dollar house on three lots with over 400 feet of rip-wrapped shoreline and a 319,000 dollar townhome right on top of Lake Keowee with its own boat slip in the community dock area. A couple of tours are scheduled this week, but we are certainly slower than at the height of the season. Thank goodness as we’d have difficulty keeping up that pace for 12 months! Certainly no time to go and watch the Tigers beat up on Norte Dame in Texas, which will be lots of fun (we are taking the time to enjoy that as much as we enjoyed the ACC Championship in the cold winter rain – we enjoyed in spite of the rain!).
Great time to look at property around the lake as the leaves are down and you get a much better feel of what a property’s views are like as well as what’s around it. Now is a really good time to speak with us as you prepare to put your Lake Keowee property on the market. In most cases, it takes quite a bit of time to get all of the little things done that are necessary to get your property market ready. Give us a call, we can make all the difference in the world! 866-371-2911
By Phillip Gentry – One of the best-kept secrets in the entire angling community is fishing during the winter. It might not exactly be a secret, but there’s a large contingent of anglers who hit the water sometime in March just before the spring spawn, fish through the spring and early summer, then start to peter out once the weather gets hot…