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My first memorable experience enjoying family vacations on the water was at age 8 while visiting my grandparents summer home, "Hackbush", located on the shores of the Rappahannock River in Whitestone, Virginia. I remember swimming & playing all day long with my little sister only to be stopped by the call for dinner. A feast of Steamed Chesapeake Blue Crabs laid out on newspaper with lots of lemonade to quench the thirst caused by a combination of the hot summer sun and the spicy hot crab. When I was around 12 years old I remember what I thought was the most beautiful site I would ever behold. My family was visiting Pensacola, Florida to see if this was where my father would be interested in beginning his medical career in Cardiology. We decided to take a drive out to the beach. The first leg of our journey was to cross "3 Mile Bridge" that rises high above Pensacola Bay and takes you midway to Gulf Breeze. I remember gazing out of the car window at the wide expanse of water glistening in the bright sunlight and thinking," This is just amazing!" My love for the water has been with me for many years and it's so ironic that I would end up living on Lake Hartwell just exactly like many of the people I've sold Lakefront homes to during my real estate career. I was a corporate wife & mother for many years moving every 2-3 years for my then husband's promotions. While living in Tallahassee, Fla. in 1988 I was traveling north on I-85 on a road trip to visit my family in Virginia for the summer. As I crossed into S.C. over Lake Hartwell I saw boats & beautiful water. I promised myself I would make it a point to come back to Lake Hartwell someday. In 1992, another job promotion brought us to Upstate South Carolina. We looked at homes in Simpsonville & Greenville before settling in a brand new subdivision, Neely Farm, in Simpsonville. If I only had known at that time about Lake Hartwell being so close..........we definitely would have skipped our 3 years in Simpsonville and moved straight to Lake Hartwell. We finally discovered Lake Hartwell through friends we met in Simpsonville. My first day on Lake Hartwell was spent around the "Camp Creek" area just off the main Seneca River Channel. We boated, we picnicked, we waterskied, we swam, we sat in plastic chairs sinking down into the sand & water at the edge of a beautiful natural island and then we watched the most gorgeous sunset I had ever seen. We could almost hear the sizzle as the huge red sun descended into Lake Hartwell. It was that day that I decided to begin my enjoyment of this beautiful lake. We first bought a boat and trailored it back & forth. Then, we rented a boat slip at what was then Seneca Marina (now Clemson Marina) to keep our boat at the lake. Then we decided to move full time to Lake Hartwell in 1995. It was after my first summer on Lake Hartwell that I decided that I wanted to share this Dream Life with as many other people as I could. Many things have changed in my life over the past several years. I have divorced, remarried, sent children off to college and worked very hard to build a respected, ethical & successful reputation in the Real Estate field. I have helped so many people realize their dreams of owning lakefront property on Lake Hartwell. I have also helped countless Lake Property owners sell their lakefront property while they struggled to keep the many memories they had created while enjoying Lake Hartwell. Representing people Selling property on Lake Hartwell is a very unique job that requires a lot of compassion, empathy and not to mention experience. I wouldn't trade my life or my career with anyone in the world. I love what I do for a living, I love where I live and I am truly blessed to have the most wonderful man in the world as my husband and real estate partner. I would love to help you realize your dream of owning waterfront property. I have the necessary experience (almost 13 years) you need when buying lakefront property on Lakes Hartwell and/or Lake Keowee. Buying lakefront property is unlike buying normal residential real estate. U.S. Army Corps of Engineers (Lake Hartwell) & Duke Energy (Lake Keowee) control your Dock Permits and all of the other permits for using the lakes. I am patient, listen well and very knowledgeable (all qualities that I personally would seek out in a Realtor). Don�t hesitate to call me with any questions�.I know this is all new to you and if I don�t have the answers, I�ll get them. I love what I do and I learned a long time ago that making other people happy is the greatest joy we can experience in life! I look forward to meeting you in the very near future!
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