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Gaffney, SC

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Seneca, SC:
Historic Lake Keowee Town Near Lake Hartwell & Clemson
 
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ou might say it was the roar of the Clemson Tigers that brought Tom and Jinny Doolittle to Waterford Pointe, a Crescent community near Seneca. When their son, Bobby, played on Clemson’s golf team from 1989-1993, the Doolittles grew familiar with the area and fell in love with it.

When searching for their vacation home, they knew they wanted to be close to Clemson and to town, so they looked in Waterford Pointe.

“We love this particular community, and we wanted to be on Lake Keowee since we had local knowledge,” says Tom. The couple owns a sod company in south Florida. When not enjoying their vacation home, they live in North Palm Beach.

Seneca is known for its delightful shopping, and, despite its small size, offers specialty boutiques as well as discount retailers and one-of-a-kind arts and crafts. Parts of Townville Street are listed on the National Register of Historic Places.

The historic district includes 21 commercial buildings in downtown that have been remodeled to reflect the late 1870s, when Seneca was founded. Shops feature art galleries, restaurants, antiques and apparel. In fact, Ram Cat Alley attracts upscale shoppers from miles around.

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And, the Blue Ridge Arts Council brings together talent in creating art-learning workshops, hands-on classes, art education, scholarships and gallery shows. Amateur thespians can enjoy the Oconee Community Theatre.

And, there are more reasons to fall in love with Seneca.
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For bumpy-land-lovers, there’s the nearby Blue Ridge Mountains – a feast for the eyes, and close enough to touch. Walking trails, endless vistas and mountain laurel as far as the eye can see are but a few of the options for nature enthusiasts.

And for those who enjoy lifelong learning, nearby Clemson University has dozens of opportunities for education, plus the very attractive benefit of offering college sports that draw supporters from surrounding states.

As for the Doolittles, they’re happy having a great place to vacation with their two grown children and five grandchildren. They also enjoy playing golf and going boating – but only if Clemson doesn’t have a home game.

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Katherine O. Pettit has worked as a writer, magazine editor, printer and public relations consultant. The Columbia resident has published more than 250 articles in magazines and newspapers. Her writing explores a variety of subjects including travel, lifestyles, business and management.

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