Southern Waters, GA, why so inexpensive?

JayproJaypro Posts: 244 Solid Baller
Hey Ballers, the lot prices seem incredibly reasonable at Southern Waters. Can anybody shed some light on that? It looks like a great spot for a great price. Is the lake alright, HOA, covenants, neighbors, reason for the low price? Just curious...
ReggieO

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  • JayproJaypro Posts: 244 Solid Baller
    Ha!
  • Orlando76Orlando76 Posts: 936 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    Well it is Georgia....
  • blakeyatesblakeyates Posts: 120 ★★★Triple Panda Award Recipient ★★★
    We held our state tournament there a few years ago. It’s a nice lake. I think it’s just in a spot with few skiers and all of the lots never sold. It has potential if you need a ski lake where you live. 20 miles or less from Macon; probably 50+ miles from Atl. Near I-75.
    Blake Yates
    Nautique Promo Rep, GA
  • JayproJaypro Posts: 244 Solid Baller
    was thinking cheap ski lake for retirement...ski 8-9 months?
    ReggieO
  • JayproJaypro Posts: 244 Solid Baller
    is it a natural lake? Tough to tell from the pics...
  • RAWSkiRAWSki Posts: 565 Crazy Baller
    Is @OB back from purgatory?
    walleyeMS
  • ToddAToddA Posts: 92 Baller
    @Jaypro we bought a lot out there (lot A5) 12 years ago as a FSBO, held onto it for about 8 years. It is beautiful out there, but pretty remote as far a business and economy. At the time we owned our lot, there were only a few homes built out there, and only a few skiers to arrange time to ski with. We thought it was beautiful, but, we also never experienced the July-August out there. We bought our lot for $25K, and sold it for the same price 4 years ago.
  • Rs350zRs350z Posts: 2
    I am selling our lot in Southern Waters. It’s a nice lake to ski on, multiple streams feed it. My wife would ski 5 days a week and probably only a couple of times it was too windy to ski. Taxes are cheap because the local utility subsidizes the taxes in the county. We moved from the northwest where we skied on a man made lake and loved it. We searched for a man made lake where you can ski year round (ski in trunks from mid March to late October, used a dry suit in January and it was too warm). Most places in Arizona wanted hundreds of dollars each month to drill for water to replenish the lake.
    You are 15 miles from a Walmart in Macon or 15 miles in Forsyth. A little over an hour to the airport depending on traffic.
    Had to give up skiing because of 2 new knees
  • RednucleusRednucleus Posts: 188 Baller
    @Rs350z GLWS my buddy skis better on his two new knees than his two old ones - hope yours are feeling better!
    Stevie Boy
  • T_CT_C Posts: 119 Baller
    I had a total knee in December and was skiing (not very well) by March. When they replaced my knee they fixed the angle between my hip and ankle so now I don't ski bow legged:)
    I know way off topic.
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