There are many reasons to buy a Lake Oconee Townhouse. Lake Oconee offers many housing styles for the buyer including a variety of townhouses and condominiums, both inside and outside gated communities. What is the difference between a townhouse and a condominium? A condominium is defined by ownership, the owner does not own the exterior wall, roof, or ground. A townhouse is more a style of building, usually more than one story that may be in a row, in which the owner is responsible for exterior maintenance. However, a condominium may also be a townhouse in style. In a condominium, all the exterior maintenance is performed by a HOA (Home Owner’s Association) to which each individual owner contributes periodic fees. Why buy a condominium or townhouse?
- They are usually cheaper than a single family home
- They are low, or predictable, in maintenance as the HOA takes care of the outside
- Because of the points above, they are good for “lock and leave” vacation homes
- Many have amenities that are available for the owner’s use such as pools, golf courses, and restaurants
- They are comfortable for a single owner for social opportunities, and for easy upkeep
This exclusive Reynolds Plantation Townhouse is listed for sale at a low $350,000.00. Just bring your toothbrush, and relax in the Lake Oconee’s most desirable community.
For more information on this and other Lake Oconee Townhouses, contact Suzie or Jim Hudson, 706-453-6253. To search all Lake Oconee properties for sale, go to RE/MAX Lake Oconee.