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 a form of 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
1115 Wharfside Court (pictured above and to the right) is within the Lake Villa section.
Both of these townhomes are within the gates of Harbor Club, so offer extra security, and also other amenities with memberships.
For more information on these and other Lake Oconee Townhouses, contact Suzie Hudson 706-347-1115, or Jim Hudson, 706-453-6253.
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