Situated prominently at the back of the cove, a grand view of the McMahan Bridge stretching across Lake Keowee is 161 McMahan, your perfect Keowee getaway. This ultra-versatile home can tackle whatever you throw at it. Be it a short-term rental, investment property, primary or secondary residence, or anything in between, this is the home for you. Consisting of just over 2 acres of unrestricted land with nearly 200 feet of water frontage, the approximately 2800 square foot home features numerous high-end touches and details throughout from a recent renovation. If short-term rentals are your thing, this home is perfect for that as it sleeps numerous people comfortably! Duke has never owned the property allowing the owner to own the land all the way to the water! With the expansive decks, vast backyard, and the calm waters in the cove make this property one for the whole family and your guests to enjoy! The pristine covered dock is just steps away via the backyard and is the gateway to your ultimate Lake Keowee experience, if it’s your first or your millionth, it never fails to impress! 161 McMahan is located around 10 minutes from Downtown Seneca, 15 minutes from Downtown Clemson and Clemson University, and about 7 minutes from in-town shopping and grocery as well as medical facilities. With recent renovations, a magnificent parcel, and plenty of potential to lead you to achieving your goals, don’t let McMahan be the one that got away!
Community - Walhalla
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Walhalla is a quaint town situated in the Blue Ridge Mountains foothills just west of Greenville. With a charming downtown, historic homes, and convenient lake access, Walhalla is a wonderful place to visit and call home.
There are a variety of homes for sale in Walhalla, which is primarily a residential community. Many Walhalla homes have large, pristine lots with canopies of trees overhead. Walhalla real estate is relatively more affordable when compared to larger cities nearby.
Lifestyle and Attractions
Walhalla is a charming small town nestled in the foothills of the Blue Ridge Mountains. It is situated in the Blue Ridge Escarpment, an area of transition between mountains and piedmont. Walhalla is the county seat of Oconee County. With an estimated population just over 4,000, this tight-knit community comes together with a myriad of annual events, including the annual Walhalla Oktoberfest, which honors the town’s rich German heritage dating back to the mid-1800s.
Walhalla hosts stunning historic houses, churches, and shops, all situated along beautiful tree-lined streets. With Lake Keowee and the expansive Nantahala National Forest nearby, there are plenty of opportunities for outdoor recreation within reach. The area is dotted with sparkling waterfalls, including Yellow Branch Falls, Isaqueena Falls, and Station Cove Falls, all of which are located just up the road from Walhalla. Highway 28 South runs through town, which provides convenient access to larger cities such as Greenville and Anderson, which are approximately 46 and 38 miles away, respectively.
Nearby Schools and Higher Education
Walhalla is served by the School District of Oconee County, which operates 10 elementary schools, three middle schools, three high schools, and three specialized schools. A few of the schools are located in Walhalla, including Walhalla Elementary School, Walhalla Middle School, and Walhalla School. Walhalla has a handful of private school options as well, such as Faith Christian School. While there are no institutions of higher learning in Walhalla, residents may easily access Clemson University, which is approximately 15 miles away in Clemson.
Walhalla was originally a settlement of German immigrants who left Hamburg, Germany and Bavaria. They first arrived in Charleston and were still in search of a place they could call home. A group of men, including General John A. Wagener, Claus Bullwinkel, John C. Henckel, Jacob Schroder, and Christopher F. Seeba, purchased 17,859 acres of land for $27,000 from Reverend Joseph Grisham of West Union. There are plenty of buildings in Walhalla listed on the National Register of Historic Places, including the Ellicott Rock, Keil Farm, Oconee Station and Richards House, St. John's Lutheran Church, Stumphouse Tunnel Complex, and Walhalla Graded School.
Approximate Distance to:
Greenville: 46 Miles
Greenville-Spartanburg International Airport: 59.5 Miles
- Oconee Memorial Hospital: 7 Miles
- Baptist Easley Hospital: 32.5 Miles
- Highway 28 S: 0 Miles
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