The Reserve at Lake Keowee has announced the release of 14 homes in its new Village Point neighborhood. Set along an area known as Marina Park, Village Point is just a stone’s throw from the community’s amenity filled waterfront Village.
Just as important, the release signals that The Reserve is “officially back in the development business,” says Chuck Pigg, community manager of the community and vice president of Greenwood Communities and Resorts (the community’s development partner).
“It feels great,” he continued,” to bring this new product to market after prudent dormancy during the real estate recession. Second, we are releasing our most compelling home packages to date. Never have we been able to sell property so close to the water at this price point.”
Community officials say the Village Point homes present a “trifecta of what second-home buyers are seeking: remarkable beauty and quality, flexible floor plans, and value.” Send me more information about Village Point at The Reserve
Value & Flexible Floor Plans
Village Point features three home plans, ranging in size from approximately 2,650 to 3,750 square feet, each of which may be customized by adding terrace levels, garages, and upper levels.
Pricing for homes in Village Point begin in the mid-$600,000s, and the homes qualify for entry into the community’s residential rental program.
The neighborhood is located within five minutes or less by foot or golf cart from 10 of The Reserve’s most popular amenities. Inside the grounds, Village Point is a haven on the water, featuring pedestrian pathways accented by statuary and manicured landscaping.
The Quintessential Lake Cottage
“The architecture of the Village Point at The Reserve at Lake Keowee will be, in essence, the quintessential summer lake cottage,” says Lew Oliver, architect of the project.
“Found in lake districts and coastal villages of the Eastern Seaboard, the homes are free-form vernacular and shingle styled, with asymmetrical gables, ribbon windows, and rambling porches.
“Designed for capturing the summer breezes, the designs are open and casual. Interiors will be comfortable and non-pretentious, but with a nod to style.
The finish palette includes mountain rock, handmade brick, wood shingles and siding, with Arts and Crafts period colors.
Clustered on the most prominent peninsula in The Reserve, the village will be entirely pedestrian friendly, convenient to the Town Center, with boat slips, clubhouse and amenities only minutes away on foot.
“We already have a handful of reservations for specific homes and feel that the neighborhood is being very well received,” says Rutledge Livingston, The Reserve at Lake Keowee’s Director of Sales. Send me more information about Village Point at The Reserve