5741 Lake Oconee Parkway, Greensboro, Georgia 30642
Beautiful Reynolds Plantation in North Central Georgia Sits Along Lake Oconee and Boasts Six Golf Courses, Four Marinas, Tennis Courts and a Wide Range of Home Prices
Located on 10,000 acres just south of Greensboro in north central Georgia, gated, amenity-rich Reynolds Plantation is a sumptuous golf community popular with families, empty nesters and retirees. It is about half way between Atlanta and Augusta and sits along the shores of 19,000-acre Lake Oconee. Condos, cottages, single family homes and home sites are for sale.
Neighborhoods are densely wooded, and many homes are along the water. Buyers have 25 floor plans and nine local builders from which to choose, and all homes have open layouts with cozy nooks. Condos and cottages have from two to four bedrooms and two to four baths. Single-family homes have up to five bedrooms and four to five baths. Custom features include vaulted ceilings, overlooks, spacious porches, walkways to docks, stainless steel appliances, and hardwood flooring.
The cost of a condo or cottage can range from the high-$100,000s to the low-$700,000s. Homes and estate prices begin in the $300,000s and top out in the millions.
The community has a team of agents dedicated solely to selling houses and land within the gates. Please verify these prices with this team of agents or a Realtor as prices may change over time.
Few planned developments can match Reynolds Plantation's amenities. At the development's entrance, Lake Oconee Village has a supermarket, specialty shops, and a movie theater. The Village at the Landing features a clubhouse, a golf shop, a swimming pool, a restaurant, as well as award-winning tennis courts. The Lake Club features a seasonal chefs' market, dock access, and a fitness center. Four full-service marinas have supply stores, dry dock storage and mechanics.
The community has an active social calendar filled with concerts, tournaments, and festivals. The Ritz-Carlton Lodge offers a spa and fine dining, and the Linger Longer Living series brings a rich array of regional and national talent to the Plantation each month.
Six gorgeous golf courses with 117 holes give the development a pastoral quality. The Plantation Course was designed by Bob Cupp and Fuzzy Zoeller, and the Great Waters Course was designed by Jack Nicklaus. The Creek Club course was designed by Jim Engh, and the Landing course was also designed by Bob Cupp. Reynolds National Course designed was designed by Tom Fazio, and the Oconee Course was designed by Rees Jones. All boast challenging play and breathtaking vistas. The Reynolds Golf Academy ranks as one of the best golf schools in the country.
Greensboro dates from 1786 and is where baseball great Mickey Mantle spent his retirement. The downtown is simple but nicely maintained, and neighborhoods are peppered with new residences and antebellum homes. Festival Hall hosts jazz ensembles, bluegrass groups, banjo players, plays and more.
St. Mary's Good Samaritan Hospital is accredited by the Joint Commission.
On average, the area receives 45 inches of rain each year. Summer temperatures are in the 80s and 90s, and winters are mild with temperatures in the 30s, 40s and 50s.
Visit www.reynoldsplantation.com for more information.
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