Keowee Key, located in Salem, SC, offers the perfect Lake Keowee experience! The waterfront gated community was carefully designed to enhance the Keowee lifestyle. With miles of shoreline, Keowee Key boasts prime lake living amenities such as golf, tennis, swimming, hiking, and boating. There are multiple community docks, hundreds of boat slips, and plenty of boating storage. Aside from boating, Keowee Key is filled with miles of shoreline, walking trails and private beaches, complete with playgrounds, dog parks, and pavilions. Enjoy fitness? The community also has indoor and outdoor pools, a fully-equipped fitness center, and a variety of fitness classes for its residents. Keowee Key is a USTA club with the finest tennis and PickleBall facilities on Lake Keowee. Keowee Key recently renovated their Clubhouse, The Club at Keowee Key, and underwent an extensive improvement to their 18-Hole George Cobb Golf Course.
Keowee Key real estate typically moves quickly. Properties range from the mid $200,000 range to over $1.5 Million. Want to build your own dream home? There is a limited number of homesites available for purchase with Lake Keowee waterfront views. To view available homesites, click here. Available Keowee Key homes for sale are listed below.
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