189 Ballard Lane, Ballard Pointe II Condos -
Waterfront three bedroom, three bath furnished condo with open floor plan, on walk-in level. Use of pool, boat ramp and boat slip (H-3) convey with condo. This corner unit offers great views of the Santee State Park and Lake Marion, the largest lake in SC with access to the Atlantic Ocean. Shopping, restaurants and three golf courses are just minutes away. Charleston and Columbia are one hour away. $295,000
Waterfront - Pinckney Rd, Santee - Two waterfront lots totaling 0.54 acre on Chapel Branch Cove, just minutes to the big water of Lake Marion. Quiet, peaceful and private area to build your home, with Santee State Park close by. City water & sewage available, restricted neighborhood allows site built homes only. Lot 4 is 0.27 acre & measures 111.22x96.52x119.72x108.82'. Lot 5 is 0.253 acre & measures 87.46x108.82x91.42x31.82x86.54'.
187 Ballard Lane, Ballard Pointe II Condos - Waterfront two bedroom, two bath condo on walk-in level (no steps) on Lake Marion, the largest lake in SC with beautiful waterfront views. Across the cove is the Santee State Park with abundant wildlife. Open floor plan, sells furnished, with sleeper sofa in living room. New laminate wood waterproof floor, refrigerator and microwave in 2022. The amenities include area pool, boardwalk, grilling area and boat ramp. Boat slips are available for lease. The condo is close to shopping, restaurants and golf course. (More photos below) $249,000
The Santee Cooper lake system consists of two lakes, Marion 110,600 acres and Moultrie 60,400 acres. At the present time these lakes hold a world record Channel Catfish (58 lbs). State records currently held are: Largemouth Bass – 16.2 lbs, Black Crappie – 5 lbs., Chain (Jack) – 6.4 lbs., Shellcracker – 5.7 lbs, Warmouth 2.25 lbs., Channel Catfish – 58 lbs., and Arkansas Blue Catfish – 109.4 lbs., Flathead – 77.3 lbs.
The lakes vary from shallow swamps and blackwater ponds to vast open water with a multitude of underwater structures. Lake Marion was not completely cleared, as a result fishermen will find there are thousands of stumps, standing dead tree trunks and live cypress trees. Lake Moultrie is more open and is 14 miles across at its widest point. These lakes do not ice over during the winter and there is no closed season for fishing. Weather permitting, fishing is year round.