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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

Hope Springs Eternal

Spring is one of my favorite times of year on the lake.  The trees and flowers are popping with color,  the lake has a deep, clear color as it reflects the sky and the sun.  The water temperature is rising in preparation for the first swim or ski run of the season.  Boats are prepped and launched, allowing us to further explore the beauty of the lake.  If you happen to be in our area this Sunday and are looking for a place to celebrate Easter on the lake, Hartwell First United Methodist Church is hosting a sunrise service at 7:00 AM at 400 Methodist Park Lane in Hartwell.  Happy Easter.

A new take on Miss America

Many of us have fond-a memories of the Thayer IV being piloted by Henry Fonda on the big screen in On Golden Pond. That boat was gorgeous but somewhat underpowered by Gar Wood's vision of what an all wood boat should be. He named her Miss America X, and let's just say she was built for speed. Can you imagine the sound of 6400HP rolling down the lake? And can you believe Gar made this happen in 1932? You have to see it (and hear it) to believe it. And if this gets you excited about seeing some all-wood antique boats (possibly with a little less HP), you should stop by Hartwell Marina this Saturday, April 13th, from 10AM to 2PM, for the Lake Hartwell Antique Boat Festival. And don't forget to save some time to let us help you find your spot on the lake.

Alley Cats

The Seneca River flows out of Lake Keowee through Keowee Dam into Lake Hartwell, and Seneca SC marks the confluence of these two upstate lakes.  Tonight would be the perfect time to discover the town of Seneca as Ram Cat Alley kicks off its first Thursday night of Jazz on the Alley.   If you aren't able to make it tonight, the music continues on Thursday nights through April.  And don't forget to save some time to let us help you find your spot on the lake.

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