When the weather outside is frightful, there is no better place to snuggle up by the fire than in a new home this Christmas.
Call Jonathan and Alyce to help make that dream come true!
This beautiful stone fireplace can be found in the lovely Carriage Ridge of Harbor Club. Call today to make this your view on Christmas morning!
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Using data from the homes SOLD in the Lake Oconee Area from November 2012, this graph displays the relevance each different type of lake access lot. The listing price for any home will depend on the type of lake access. As you can see, homes with private frontage sell for a significantly higher price in comparison to those with no lake access in the Lake Oconee community.
Within the last 30 days, there has been a total of 21+ SOLD homes in the Lake Oconee Area!! These homes have been priced anywhere from $44,000 up to $1,065,000. This includes a great variety of the type of home, lake access, selling price, and subdivisions.
Subdivisions included were Great Waters, Waters Edge, Cuscowilla, Harbor Club, Reynolds Plantation, Phoenix Shores, The Waterfront of Lake Oconee, Pinnacle Point, Eagle View, Point Royal, Sebastian Cove, Sugar Bend, Richland, Oconee Acres, and Town Creek. As you can see by now, these homes were scattered across the counties of Greene, Putnam, and Morgan. Ten homes were located in parts of Greene county, 10 more in Putnam County, and one found in Morgan County this November. The sold price for Putnam County homes were much higher this past month with an average of about $415,800, whereas Greene County’s average sold price was roughly $295,911. (These price ranges will vary each month due to different circumstances.)
Of these sold homes…
- 4 were Foreclosured/Bank-Owned homes
- 8 were within a Golf Course Community, while 2 were actually on the course
- Over 50% were in a lake community
- and an additional 5 homes had private frontage on the Lake
Above is an example of one of the beautiful homes sold this past November in the Lake Oconee Area!
Article can be found in The MetGolfer Magazine, Nov-Dec 2012