What is the first rule of real estate? Location, Location and Location! So after searching the parameters of the house, the attributes you want to have, i.e. granite, tile, high ceilings, large rooms, bonus room, etc; what comes next? Location! Where is the house located. Many times houses do not sell even if they are the most beautiful, well built and well appointment house in the county, because it is the location that gets the sale every time.
Oconee County is about to unveil a new neighborhood and it is located in the heart of the county. Indeed it is truly an Oconee County collaboration. Tiger Hart Construction has purchased a fabulous number of lots in Willow Creek, a development started several years ago but was not able to survive the housing crash.
Sitting nearly in the “Hart” of the county, Willow Creek boasts a Seneca School district, a Westminster zip code, a Walhalla Water system, a West Union Fire Department and it is right off scenic Hwy 11 and down the road from South Cove Park. This neighborhood has it all, a true Oconee County gem. There are tremendous views of the mountains as you drive up Twin View Drive and a rambling creek flows strong through the middle of the suburb. The woods are full of deer, rabbits, and turkey completing the package. Even though you are minutes from any town, it is quiet and the sunsets are spectacular. Houses are in the first stages of construction and lots are being cleared.
This neighborhood will invite people in with front porches, simple craftsman styles blending the old world with modern material and style. At this point most of the homes will be in the 1800-24o0 sq ft range with option on several lots for walk out basements. The lot sizes are ample but still manageable without having to work every weekend on the “yard” You will find the people that already live there, know each other, walk daily and enjoy there decision to move into Willow Creek
If you are interested please contact Amy Hart Gantt, owner of Tiger Hart Construction at 864-483-3057 or firstname.lastname@example.org