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With more than a decade of experience beginning in the Lake Hartwell real estate market, SpotOnTheLake.com has evolved into the best lake-specific web site that allows you to compare lakes and find available lake properties in upstate Georgia and South Carolina.   This region is sought after for its pristine lakes in the foothills of the Appalachian mountains and for its four season climate with mild winters.  All of our featured lakes offer opportunities for sailing, power boating, water sports and fishing.  Residents in the nearby cities of Atlanta, Greenville and Asheville have been quietly selecting properties in this area for their vacation homes, but more and more, people from around the country are seeking and finding all this region has to offer.  Please explore our site and contact us to set up a time to find your spot on the lake.

 

 
 
 
 

 

 

 
 

 

 

 

Lake Hartwell Real Estate News

More Cows Are Coming

We have our share of cows who live in the Lake Hartwell area, but some famous cows will be joining us soon. One of our favorite fast-food restaurants, Chick-fil-A, will be opening at Exit 173 in Lavonia. The restaurant is already under construction on the north side of I-85 near Hill's Exxon, Zaxby's and J. Peters.  I am looking forward to taking full advantage of their great food and fantastic service just as soon as they are able to open. And Chick-fil-A's commitment to our area usually means that other popular restaurants may be considering nearby locations.  Three moo's for Chick-fil-A! 

Pin Your Cheeks Back

I'm not sure if the Miss America IX is going to be at this year's Antique Boat Festival, but if she isn't, there will be plenty more boats to look at.  The festival will be held at Hartwell Marina from April 19th to 22nd.  For details click here, and to take a virtual test ride that will pin your cheeks back, check out this video.  Don't forget to save time to let us help you find your spot on the lake.

You can lead a horse to water...

I get calls every once in a while for lakefront acreage that would be suitable for horses.  At Lake Hartwell, the Corps of Engineers controls the property immediately surrounding the lake, so it is not possible to allow your horses to make their way to the lake on their own.  I just listed this 5 acre lakefront tract in Franklin County with full access to the lake for you or your horses.  Not many of us knew there was another lake in Franklin County.  (In full disclosure, the photo above is not of the subject property, but you can click here for the photos and details.  The lake property we are selling is much prettier.)

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