~ Waterside Crossing ~
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~ New Clubhouse - Opened 2018 ~
~ New Clubhouse Interior ~
~ Pool ~
~ Two Tennis Courts ~
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~ Nearby Whitewater Falls ~
~ Nearby Keowee Waterfall ~
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Waterside Crossing, located on 18,500 acre Lake Keowee, is one of the most recently developed
Crescent Communities. With 475 acres, over 4 miles of shoreline,
and 50 acres of common areas, Waterside Crossing has a wide selection of amenities
for the outdoors enthusiast as well as indoor recreation.
This community also has some of the best views of
the Blue Ridge Mountains available on Keowee. The swim & tennis center has a junior olympic-size pool,
and the tennis courts are lit. The lakeside pavilion has a fireplace, picnic tables, playground and (for interior property owners) leased boat slips.
There is also a nice clubhouse. Enjoy the 1.3 mile walking trail that winds through much of the community.
About half of the approximately 254 home sites are lakefront.
- “We were not familiar with the area when we started the search for our new Lake
Keowee home. We had specific needs and wants for our retirement home and the Pattersons took the time
to refine the scope of our search. It became as much of a quest for them to find
the right home as it was for us, which was comforting.
- “The Pattersons really demonstrated their concern for our welfare when a problem was
discovered that could have kept us from using the boat slip that was supposed to convey with the house in Waterside Crossing.
To their credit, the Pattersons recommended the Sallé Law Firm in Greenville. The Pattersons knew that the
Sallé firm specializes in real estate and therefore would be very meticulous about the law and how this
problem should be handled. We all enjoy spending time together. They have been great at helping us acclimate to
the area with their ongoing friendship.” — Dean & Anne Fogel