The Reserve at Lake Keowee
The Reserve is a 3,900-acre, private lakefront community tucked into
one of the most beautiful and untouched regions of the Southeast. Ideally located in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains just 2 hours from Atlanta or Charlotte, The Reserve covers 30 miles of shoreline on the northeast corner of Lake Keowee in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains.
The lake's 18,500 acres of clear Blue Ridge Mountain fed water and 300-mile shoreline make The Reserve at Lake Keowee an ideal place for boating, fishing, water-skiing, swimming, camping and picnicking. And an organic system of bike paths and foot trails provide endless opportunities for hiking and biking to numerous parks, green spaces and club areas.
Nearest Airport: Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport, under 1 hour
Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course, 7,112 yards, par-72
- Over-sized practice golf facilities, including driving range, short game area, and putting green
Water-skiing, boating, kayaking and swimming on 18,500-acre Lake Keowee
The Orchard House, a 20,000-square-foot golf clubhouse with:
- Casual and upscale dining
- Full-service bar
- Adjacent Croquet Lawn
Lakeside Pool Pavilion, one with fun water features for kids, the other with fountains and a hot tub with jets
Racquet Club with four lighted, outdoor Har-Tru clay courts
Interim Fitness Room with state-of-the-art Nautilus fitness equipment
Guest House with suites available for property owners and their guests, and sales guests
5 ½ miles of marked hiking trails
Parks including picnic areas, softball field, horseshoe pits, basketball, volleyball and badminton
Planned amenities include:
Full-service marina with dry-dock storage
Chapel, general store, post office
Fitness center with indoor swimming
Lakeside resident’s club and activity building
The Village Center
The Village Center will serve as the heart of the community, offering a full range of services and amenities such as the Residents Club, general store, the village green, teen center, post office and chapel.The Residents Club will offer lakeside, upscale dining as well as a variety of prepared meals and snacks for taking on hiking trips, boating excursions, picnics and other social outings.
Also included will be a fitness center, with indoor lap pool and spacious outdoor swimming pool, and tennis courts. You will also find several playing fields scattered throughout The Reserve and Fort Keowee Wilderness park, a fun filled place for kids of all ages, from toddler to teen. A full-service marina will offer dry-dock storage as well as other services.
Mountain Vista and Conservancy homesites, $175,000 to $600,000
Waterfront homesites, $350,000 to $1.5 million
Golf Course homesites, $175,000 to $350,000
The Reserve at Lake Keowee is nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains, in the beautiful northwestern corner of South Carolina.
Located in Pickens County, near the Keowee Toxaway State Park, The Reserve sits along 30 miles of shoreline on the northeast corner of Lake Keowee. The Reserve is conveniently located:
Less than one hour from Greenville, SC
Approximately two hours from Atlanta, GA
An hour from the Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport
Easily accessible from Interstate 85, SC Hwy 133 and the Cherokee Foothills Scenic parkway (SC Hwy 11)
From North Carolina, it's only 70 miles from historic Asheville, and less than an hour away from the summer resort towns of Highlands, Cashiers and Hendersonville
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DIRECTIONS TO THE RESERVE
This is a private, gated community and prospective purchasers must be accompanied by their REALTOR.
Directions from Atlanta, GA
Take I-85 North to SC Exit #1 - Highway 11. Continue on Hwy 11 for approximately 40 miles and turn right on Highway 133. Travel on Hwy. 133, approximately 1 mile to the main entrance on your right.
Directions from Greenville, SC and Charlotte NC:
Take I-85 South towards Atlanta and exit at Hwy 153 - Easley. Follow Hwy 153 to Hwy 123, and on into Easley. Veer to your right in Easley onto Hwy. 93 going to Pickens. Hwy. 93 will turn into Hwy 8. Follow into Pickens. Turn left at the McDonalds in Pickens and travel 2 miles to Shady Grove Road (after the Mobil station on your right). Turn right onto Shady Grove Road. Go 7 miles to Hwy 133. At the stop sign, turn right on Hwy 133. Travel approximately 2 miles to the main entrance on your left.
Directions from Columbia, SC:
Take Hwy. 26 north towards Greenville, Exit onto Hwy. 385. Travel on Hwy. 385 towards Greenville to Hwy. 185 (toll road). Take Hwy. 185 towards Atlanta and exit onto Hwy. 153 to Easley. Follow Hwy 153 to Hwy 123, and on into Easley. Veer to your right in Easley onto Hwy. 93 going to Pickens. Hwy. 93 will turn into Hwy 8. Follow into Pickens. Turn left at the McDonalds in Pickens and travel 2 miles to Shady Grove Road (after the Mobil station on your right). Turn right onto Shady Grove Road. Go 7 miles to Hwy 133. At the stop sign, turn right on Hwy 133. Travel approximately 2 miles to the main entrance on your left.
Directions from Asheville, NC:
Take Hwy. 26 south out of Asheville, NC. Once you get just south of Hendersonville, NC you will take exit 23 onto Hwy. 25 going towards Greenville, SC. Travel on Hwy. 25 south approximately 15 miles to Hwy. 11 (Cherokee Foothills Scenic Highway). Travel West on Hwy. 11 approximately 35 miles to Hwy. 133. Turn left onto Hwy. 133 and travel approximately 1 mile to the main entrance on your right.