Bordering Lexington, Chapin, and Irmo, and only a short distance from the state capital of Columbia, Lake Murray is enjoyed by thousands each week and has become a great place to call home!
The population continues to grow in the Lake Murray region as more and more people flock to the temperate climates and relaxed, easy lifestyle that Lake Murray offers. There are many residential developments built near and around the lake, and many of these feature boat slips, launch, and dry dock facilities for homeowners. There are also plenty of vacant lots available to build your dream home on. One such lot, located in Prosperity, SC, is 267 Maple Knoll Court. Located on Lake Murray, this lot offers 287 feet of water frontage on a point! With an acre of land, a private boat ramp and dock, storage structure, and a level topography, this land is just waiting for your dream home!
Lake Murray is approximately 50,000 acres in size, and has roughly 650 miles of shoreline. It is 41 miles long and 14 miles wide at its widest point. The lake was named after William S. Murray, who was an engineer involved in the creation of the dam. The dam was built by Lexington Water Power Company in order to generate electricity. The official name of the dam is Dreher Shoals, but most people just refer to it as the Lake Murray Dam.
Lake Murray has become a major recreation destination in central South Carolina. Not only is Lake Murray a skiing, boating, and swimming paradise, it also boasts some of the best fishing in the nation, and numerous fishing tournaments are held on the lake each year. The lake is also home to impressive wildlife, including the Great Blue Heron, the Striped Bass, and millions of migrating Purple Martins, which are a sight to see each year. You don’t need a boat to enjoy Lake Murray. There are several parks and recreation areas, where you can enjoy swimming, sunbathing, or cooking-out with friends and family.
Ready to make the move to Lake Murray? Call me today at 803-206-3884 and let me help you live life at its best, on the lake!