The Tall Ships Condos
In the foothills of the Blueridge, alongside lovely Lake Keowee and 1,000' above sea level, a group of 120 spacious, 2-bedroom condos are perfect as vacation retreats or for year- around living. Most have a view of the water, and all have equal access to golf, tennis, boating and to a well-equipped Fitness Center - for a single fee of less than $70 per month!
Over 20-miles long, the 18,000 acre Lake Keowee is one of the few remaining unpolluted bodies of water in the Southeast, and serves as a reservoir for the city of Greenville, SC,
There are more than fifty water-falls within an hour's drive, whitewater rafting on the river made famous by the film, "Deliverance," and hiking on the Appalachian Trail that crosses the territory a few miles to the north.
Come for a visit. Stay for a lifetime!
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Living Room/Dining Room 26' x 20'9"
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View of lake from Living Room Guest BR/Office 13' 4" x 12",
TALL SHIPS FLOOR PLAN
At 1,450 square feet, the two-bedroom Tall Ships condominiums are unique; Virtually all of the 120 units either directly front, or have excellent views of the lake and the mountains beyond. Note the airiness of 26’ x 20’ living room/dining room, the huge bow window and the cozy fireplace.
Unlike other multi-family units at Keowee Key, the Tall Ships are all on one floor, and are elevator serviced. In 2004 they ranged in price from $165,000 to $280,000. The upper limits rose to $395,000 in 2007, then dropped significantly when the housing market collapsed. But they will recover, as it is unlikely that their equal will be erected anywhere else on Lake Keowee. They lie adjacent to the Leisure Trail that winds along the edge of the lake, and of course all owners and their tenants have access to the full range of Keowee Key's amenities. Last but not least, they are served by Keowee Key's community-owned utility system. The reason that no new, waterfront, multi-family construction is likely anywhere else on Lake Keowee is because of the huge leach field that condominiums now require, and because land within a practical distance of waterfront condos is just too expensive to devote to such a purpose.