Lot 80

Lot 80

Lot 80 Listing - $225,000

Lot 80 has a 360-degree view of the resort, a 240-degree elevated view of Lake Greenwood and the resort’s clubhouse, pool, and docks, and is on a very quiet short side lane off the main road around the resort. Many enhancements have been added to this beautiful lot.
Despite having a concrete pad capable of handling a 45’ motorcoach, 2 vehicles and a golf cart, an extra 12’ feet of concrete pad was added onto the rear of the original pad and a 12’x14’ Yardistry gazebo, complete with a slatted privacy/sun/wind wall, a bar, a fan, and three wind-down shades on the rear, front and lake side of the lot. An additional 1 ½ feet of concrete was added to the left side of the pad and a retaining wall with a French drain behind it was built from the road to the power pedestal, and a lower landscape brick wall built from the pedestal to the gazebo in the rear of the lot. A drip sprinkler system ensures that the plantings on the left side remain healthy. Town water was piped from the front of the lot to the gazebo area and provides three 3’ high spigots. Electric power has been run from the pedestal to near the gazebo area. Rubber covers have been placed over the road gutter to prevent windshields torquing and breaking when entering/exiting the lot. Patio furniture is already under the gazebo. Beyond the gazebo, a large grassy area extends to the rear of the lot, bordered on the left and rear by mature shrubs.
Sunsets across Lake Greenwood are some of the best that can be seen and other owners have joined us because of the lot’s spectacular view of both sunsets and 4th of July fireworks.

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Call or email Bob Stevens at 770-623-8484 or bobstevenslaw@gmail.com

Lot 80 is listed at $225,000.

PS: we also have a brand new (driven less than 20 miles) 2021 EZGO Elite Freedom RXV golf cart (stored at the resort) with 8-year lithium-ION batteries for sale to the highest bidder (original cost almost $12,000). Here’s a link to some pictures and a description of its options: