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WOODED BUILDING LOT WITH BOAT SLIP Comfortable 0.61 +/- acre wooded building lot located in the much sought after Lake Keowee community of The Summit close-in to Seneca's schools, churches, shopping, Duke Energy and Oconee Medical Center. Clemson and the University are but five miles distant. Utilities available for your future dream home include Seneca water, Ft. Hill natural gas, Duke Energy and AT&T. The subdivision amenities include Clubhouse, boat slips, pool, tennis court, picnic area and storage lot for boat trailers and RVs. Lot conveys with right to lease boat slip 65 in The Summit community marina. (Annual slip maintenance and Property Owners Association fees required.)
Seneca, SC 130 (Rochester Highway) North toward Salem. Left on Grand Summit Drive in The Summit. Right on North Summit Drive. Right on Woodridge Drive. Lot on right.
402 Woodridge Drive
Seneca SC 29672
MLS Number 20139173
Status Active
Room Dimensions
Master Bedroom: 2,100
Type Lots AND Land
Elementary School Northside Elem
Middle School Seneca Middle
High School Seneca High
Lot Dimensions 0.61 +/- Acre
Acreage 0.61
Main Level Rooms Master Bedroom
Agent Allen Tate - Keowee Key
Listing provided courtesy of: Allen Tate - Keowee Key

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