Simply the Best. The best place to live, the best people to
share it with and the best cost of living. We like to think that
Seneca, SC offers the best of all these things and more. A small yet
active town of roughly 8,000 residents Seneca is nestled in the
upstate of South Carolina along the foothills of the blue ridge
mountains and the shores of the pristine 18,500 acre
With a resurging arts and historic district Seneca offers a variety
of shops, restaurants and civic groups and activities. Also, the
cities’ central location lends makes it easy to access nearby cities
Clemson- This small college town offers the cultural events through
the University you would see in major cities such as art shows,
drama and music at the Brooks Center for performing arts as well as
major sporting events such as football, basketball and baseball.
Only 10 miles away across Lake Hartwell Clemson is a perfect place
for an lunch or a stroll around campus. Clemson University ranked
one of the top public universities in the country by U.S. News &
World Report and the Princeton Review.
Greenville – Only 38 miles away Greenville is one of South Carolinas
major metro areas with all the things you would find in places such
as Atlanta. With the Peace Center for performing arts which offers
Broadway productions and top name entertainment to the minor league
baseball and hockey teams Greenville has a little bit of everything.
Also, it has a newly renovated International airport for easy access
to air travel from Seneca.
Other major cities nearby are Atlanta, GA (125 miles) and Charlotte,
NC (140 miles).
As you can see Seneca is a short drive to many different cities for
activities yet the surrounding area of Seneca is a Natural wonder.
The calm, clear waters of Lake Keowee with the reflection of the
Blue Ridge mountains offers recreation such as sailing, boating,
skiing, swimming, canoeing, etc. The surrounding national forest,
state, county and city parks offer picnic areas, hiking trails and
nature walks. The upstate has over 150 marked waterfalls some with
cascades over 200 feet such as Whitewater Falls located at Lake
With typically lower home cost, property taxes and cost of living
Seneca offers potential residents many advantages and cost savings
for their retirement dollars.
What makes Seneca such a great place as well is the variety of home
offerings with several golf course communities and lake front
communities there is a place that anyone can call home. If none of
the existing houses fulfill your dreams there are numerous building
Some of the Golf Course communities:
Creek Plantation is a lush 500-acre private country club
community featuring the only golf course in Seneca. And, it's not
just any course, but rather one designed by nationally renowned golf
course architect P.D. Dye. Residential homes are available in a
variety of settings.
Keowee is comprised of three private-gated communities on Lake
Keowee. The Cliffs are known for their world class amenities from
world class golf courses, equestrian center, wellness center,
numerous restaurants and a marina.
For More Information about the Retirement at Lake Keowee and the
Seneca area please contact us at
Jocassee Real Estate Company.