The Upstate SC

VOL12ISS2 2016

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VOLUME 10—ISSUE 1 53 THE ORIGINAL RELOCATION GUIDE — UPSTATE SC | VOLUME 12 — ISSUE 2 CLEMSON/ SENECA/ LAKE KEOWEE existing houses fulfill your dreams, there are numerous building lots available. Seneca's City Hall, erected in 1994 in South Carolina's golden Corner in the heart of historic downtown Seneca, presents an ideal venue for the Seneca Bell Gallery. The Gallery is featured on the South Carolina National Heritage Corridor Arts Trail. The art collection highlights Seneca's history from 1873 to the present. One of the true gems of the Upstate, Lake Keowee offers pristine lake living along with spectacular views of the Blue Ridge Mountains. Residents enjoy all forms of water recreation, including boating, water skiing, and fishing. They also have easy access to all of the shopping, entertainment, cultural and sporting events the Upstate has to offer. The lake area boasts an enviable location and is within a few hundred miles of the following southeastern cities: Charleston (250 miles), Columbia (136 miles), Greenville (35 miles), Charlotte (127 miles), Raleigh (269 miles), Atlanta (145 miles), Augusta (135 miles), and Savannah (247 miles). With more than 300 miles of shoreline, Lake Keowee was originally created to generate power for Duke Energy. The lake's geography and climate are unique and it is known for its excellent water quality. The lake's water covers approximately 18,500 acres and it is 23 miles long and three miles wide at its widest point. Duke Energy has partnered with South Carolina for the establishment of the 1,000 acre Keowee-Toxaway State Park. Campers can also enjoy the county-managed 155-acre Mile Creek Park, the 40-acre South Cove Park, and 44-acre High Falls Park. Duke Energy provides six additional boat access areas on the lake in cooperation with the South Carolina Department of Natural Resources. [] Diane Bostrom R E A L T O R Cell: 864-280-5844 1209 C Stamp Creek Rd Salem, SC 29676 Diane truly takes the time to listen to what YOUR needs and desires are for your dream home. She will use her local expertise to construct a search until that property is found! Diane is proud to support our Clemson family of alumni, students, residents. Do not hesitate to call to discuss your dream home or relocation plans. What are you waiting for? §  Spectacular Lake Homes §  Golf Communities §  Retirement Living §  Cliff Communities §  The Reserve on Lake Keowee §  Lake Keowee Properties §  Investment Properties §  First Time Home Buyer §  Building Lots §  Keowee Key

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