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The Reserve At Lake Keowee

The Reserve at Lake Keowee is a large, upscale community with 650 plus  homes located on over 3,900 private acres in the northern region of Lake Keowee. This is where golf, lakes and mountains come together in year-round luxury living. Explore a community surrounded by nature with curated premium home sites and elegant custom-built homes.

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The Cliffs at Keowee Falls

Explore ten miles of nature trails within Keowee Falls. Enjoy an active social calendar in this warm and welcoming community. And, of course, endless boating and splashing on crystal clear Lake Keowee. Amenities include a monumental Adirondack style clubhouse, dining, retail shop, new wellness center, pool and sports courts.


The Cliffs at Keowee Springs

This may well be the most family-friendly of The Cliffs communities thanks in part to the Keowee Springs Beach Club. Boat right up and enjoy a cool drink at the grille while the kids get their thrills on our snaking water slides. There’s a surf shop where kids teach parents how to paddleboard. The Tom Fazio golf course was designed as three sixes — the home course of our ladies’ golf group, the Sassy Sixers. Indulge in casual fare at The Bistro, set high on a hilltop right in the middle of the course. And for those whose favorite color is orange, Clemson is just minutes away

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The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards

Named for the vineyards of native muscadine grapes that wind through the community, The Cliffs at Keowee Vineyards blends dazzling mountain vistas with exhilarating lakeside living. Here, we reserved picturesque views of Lake Keowee for our community to enjoy, building our 18-hole Tom Fazio golf course, park, trails and restaurant along the lake’s picturesque lakefront. This is one of The Cliffs’ most spectacular clubs, home to an equestrian center, full-service marina and stunning clubhouse.

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Ready to find out more about the home of the Tigers? There is a lot more to Clemson than Death Valley. You will find many communities near campus that give you numerous walking and biking opportunities.

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