Lake Oconee Property Buying- Coves or Open Water?

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Real Estate Agent with KELLER WILLIAMS LAKE OCONEE
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When buying a lake home there are many different things to consider. Which lake do you want to buy around? What kind of dock do you want? How big is the property? And a very important question that a lot of people don’t think about right away,

 

"Do you want a property with a big water view or the privacy of a secluded cove on the water?"

 

This question I ask clients all the time because the beautiful homes on Lake Oconee often offer one of these options. I currently am listing two very similar homes that allow my clients to really look at that question. Both homes are in gated golf communities and are similarly priced.

Harbor Club Home Reynolds Landing Home

 

 

The Harbor Club Home (click to see more of this home)  is a five bed/four bath home that is a great example of a home locate don a secluded cove. This home has a deck, patio, and pool and is located on a great Lake Oconee lot with deep water, serene cove views, composite max dock with multiple boat/jet ski lifts and it is also just a short boat ride away from Ritz Carlton.

The Reynolds Landing Home (click to see more of this home) is a prime “big water view” example. This home is a four bed/five bath home that also has a deck, patio, and pool. This Lake Oconee lot offers gorgeous views of the widest part of Lake Oconee with a max dock just off the main lake in a wide cove.

 

 

 

 

Harbor Club- Secluded Cove Reynolds Landing- Big Water View

 

The privacy of a cove offers a calmer area for children to swim, less boat traffic and a generally quieter more secluded dock. Though a home with a big water view cannot offer the same serenity as a cove, it can, however, offer beautiful sunsets and sunrise views, the excitement of watching lake activities from the comfort of your own backyard.

 

Each Lake Oconee Homes offer something a little different, which do you find to be the better, big water views or a secluded cove?

 

For more information about either of these Lake Oconee homes visit www.kimandlinlogan.com.

 

 

 

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KIM AND LIN LOGAN                                       

KELLER WILLIAMS LAKE OCONEE                       

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Hi Kim, thanks for sharing such fantastic pictures that truly show the distinction between having a big water view or a secluded view.  I understand how this can make or break a home purchase for a potential buyer.

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