108 Harbor Lights Drive Salem, SC 29676
Welcome to 108 Harbor Lights Drive; a rare end unit townhouse located in the prestigious full amenity community of Keowee Key. A welcoming setting for low maintenance living for a weekend, a season or a lifetime. Tall windows and sliding glass doors allow plenty of daylight. An electric fireplace provides ambiance and warmth on cool nights. The back deck features private wooded views for relaxing at the end of a long day or added space when guests visit. An open concept layout provides an easy flow from the living area to your dining space and kitchen. Two bedrooms with large windows share a connecting full bath upstairs. The laundry area is conveniently located to both bedrooms. Also included are two reserved parking spaces, daily curb trash pickup and exterior maintenance-free living provided by the HOA. Whether you are looking for a lake getaway, rental opportunity, Clemson game day retreat or full time living, this home is ready for your personal touch. Some updates in process but nothing required to start your enjoyment today. Keowee Key offers an amenity rich lifestyle opportunity with George Cobb designed championship golf course hosting an 18-hole golf course, newly renovated Clubhouse/Restaurant, 14 tennis courts, pickleball courts, multiple marinas for boating enjoyment with 5 community docks featuring boat slips, fuel and watercraft rentals, nearly 5 miles of walking trails, fitness facilities including racquet ball court, indoor basketball, table tennis, aerobics room, a 25-meter indoor heated pool, snack bar and locker rooms. Harbor Lights Regime is $590 per quarter and a New Owner Transfer for Harbor Lights is $300.00.
Listing Brokerage NameAllen Tate Rochester Highway
Community - Salem
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Salem is a small town located along Scenic Highway 11 in Oconee County, South Carolina. With a total radius of 0.8 square miles, Salem lies in between Lake Keowee and Lake Jocassee. Salem was originally established as a lumber town but is now known for its gorgeous golf courses and luxurious residential neighborhoods.
Real Estate in Salem
Oconee County is often a top choice for retirees and members of the senior population because of the low real estate costs and laid-back lifestyle. With the third lowest property taxes in South Carolina, Oconee County offers a high quality of life perfect for residents of all ages. If you are looking for a mountain-lake cottage with miles of pristine lake views or a luxurious home with a golf course setting, look no further than Salem, SC.
Lifestyle and Attractions
The Oconee lifestyle offers lake living, charming downtowns, outdoor experiences, main street shopping, endless waterfalls, and a full calendar of community festivals and events. Known as the “golden corner” of the state, Oconee ounty boasts a beautiful backdrop of the blue ridge mountains. Lake Keowee, Lake Jocassee, and Lake Hartwell provide tens of thousands of acres of adventure for visitors and residents.
The many museums throughout the county highlight different aspects of Salem’s history including the Museum of the Cherokee of South Carolina and the Lunney House.
Enjoy dozens of markets and festivals offered year-round. Weekly farmers markets, music festivals, holiday celebrations, and parades fill the calendar and ensure that residents and visitors feel plugged-in and connected to the community.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Salem’s close proximity to Clemson University, Southern Wesleyan University, and the Oconee campus of Tri County Technical College offer residents the opportunity to attend year-round sporting events, participate in continuing education classes, and engage in cultural experiences.
The School District of Oconee County encompasses 29 schools. Comprised of public, private, charter, and christian schools, the district has a total of over 10,000 students.
The name Keowee comes from Cherokee word meaning ‘Place of the Mulberries’. During the American Revolution, the Cherokee lost favor with their former British allies resulting in the Cherokee War between the Cherokees and the South Carolina militia. The war ended with the Cherokees pursuing peace by giving up nearly all their land in South Carolina. Many Cherokee artifacts can be found in the local museums throughout Oconee County.
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