LARGEST LOT LEFT ON LAKE WATEREE in Debutary Pointe
Nearly 8 contiguous acres with 600 feet of water frontage located at the northern end of Lake Wateree in sight of one of the most beautiful and historic dams in America. This partially wooded lakefront lot is in a restricted community and is very buildable. A high bluff behind one of the waterfront building areas provides great seclusion and privacy with spectacular views. Formerly permitted for up to five docks allows for deep water fishing just steps from your front door. Boat, swim and kayak the many channels along the neighboring state park. The land across the water is slated to stay wild, so no homes can be seen (only deer and other animals coming down for a drink at the shoreline). No HOA fees and it qualifies for low agricultural taxation rates as well.
A paved and gated private driveway awaits your new home. There are no waterfront lots like this one in the area, so fall in love with nature and plan your waterfront compound today. This property already includes public water, electricity, septic permit for a four-bedroom home and has high speed internet service via Star Link. Wired storage building (16X36) and workshop (12X20) convey as well as a kayak rack, grape arbor and waterfront deck convey. Only minutes to I-77 and Columbia, SC or Charlotte, NC.
Other possibilities to include a small exclusive gated community for only a handful of homes if subdivided. A family compound or corporate retreat.
Lake Wateree is one of South Carolina’s premier fishing and boating destinations. Some even consider Lake Wateree “Columbia’s Best Kept Secret”! This recreational water wonderland boasts 242 miles of shoreline, has an area of 13,710 acres, is 27 miles long and was completed in 1920 by Duke Power. The average annual temperature in the area is 65 degrees. Lake Wateree is the second largest reservoir in the Catawba - Wateree system and it touches Fairfield, Kershaw, and Lancaster counties. One of the oldest lakes in the state, only 60% of the lake has been developed and 30% of its shoreline is protected for fish habitat and wildlife preserve.
For more information contact Sean Schaeffner at 803-718-0909 or email to firstname.lastname@example.org