With grand views of the Blue Ridge Mountains and 30 miles of shoreline on the majestic Lake Keowee, this 3,900-acre private community is marina living at its best. A two-hour drive from both Atlanta and Charlotte, The Reserve is convenient to major commercial and cultural centers like Greenville, S.C.; Asheville, N.C.; and Clemson and Furman Universities.
A 200-slip Marina, the Village Center, a Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, and more than 1,400 acres of parks, preserves, trails, and green spaces highlight the $100 million in completed family amenities at The Reserve. Real estate offerings range from cottage and village homes to custom homes on lakefront, golf view or mountain view home sites. Homes in The Reserve typically begin in the $420,000’s.
The Reserve has opened 2 new lakefront neighborhoods, Peninsula Ridge and Edgewater Park, with homesites starting in the $400,000's.
Property owners have the opportunity to extend club privileges on to extended family members through the multi-generational Legacy Program. The Legacy Program is available to the parents of the property owner, children and spouses of the property owner and grandchildren. Send me information now!
Acreage 3,900 acres (1,560 hectares)
Gatehouse There are three, private gated entrances with 24-hour controlled access.
Golf An 18-hole Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course offers year-round play and features oversized practice facilities, including a short game area and putting green. Five sets of tees provide golfers of all skill levels the opportunity to experience this picturesque, lake-view course. In 2013, this course was added as a host course for the annual BMW Charity Pro-Am presented by SYNNEX Corporation.
Clubhouse The 20,000 square-foot Orchard House, which overlooks The Reserve’s Great Lawn, is the heart of The Reserve’s daily activity. The casually elegant Craftsman-styled clubhouse features men's and women's locker rooms with card rooms, pro shop, casual and upscale dining with lounges, and a full-service bar.
Recreation Additional facilities include basketball, pickleball, volleyball and badminton courts, horseshoe pits, canoes and kayaks, softball and soccer fields, a spacious covered picnic area and 5+ miles of private hiking trails.
Swimming The Reserve has two pool pavilions – one with fun water features and the other with water fountains and a jetted hot tub. The Reserve’s Cabana Grill serves both of these pavilions.
Tennis and Fitness Center The Reserve’s Tennis and Fitness Center features four lighted, outdoor Har-Tru courts, Nautilus fitness equipment, free weights, aerobics area, and locker rooms.
Boating & Fishing The marina has 200 wet slips and includes dry stack boat storage. Lake Keowee is over 26 miles long and 4 miles at its widest points and the 18,500-acre lake is noted as one of the purest on the eastern seaboard.
Dining & Services The lakeside Village Center includes a community market, post office, gathering house, founder’s event hall, and real estate office. On-site dining options include a choice of indoor or alfresco service at the clubhouse, plus casual poolside and golf course grills.
Area Attractions There are a number of local and regional attractions: Furman & Clemson Universities are within a 45 minute drive; shopping in Pickens, Easley, Clemson, and Greenville; and Greenville, SC and Asheville, NC offer cultural, entertainment, and dining attractions within an hour drive.
Health Care There are a number of medical facilities close by: Cannon Memorial Hospital in Pickens, Palmetto Baptist Hospital in Easley, Oconee Medical Center in Seneca, and a large selection of nationally top-ranked hospitals and medical facilities in nearby Greenville and Asheville.
Guest House Six suites that offer the best of The Reserve lifestyle are available in this charming onsite lodge for property owners, their guests, and real estate guests.
Lots For Sale Priced from the low $100,000s to over $500,000
Homes For Sale Priced from the $420,000s to over $3 million
The Reserve is “All In” for Clemson Football Sunset, SC (December 22, 2016) - The Reserve at Lake Keowee’s Great Lawn has a Death Valley look and feel this week after staff at the premier mountain lake community created a gridiron homage to the Tigers football team.
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