Savannah Lakes Village has an extraordinary Bridge community, run by those who love the game and played by those who enjoy it. Every player extends a hand and encourages newcomers to join the SLV Bridge family. It is fun, exciting and provides a wonderful opportunity to meet others with a like interest.
Note: In view of the postponement of the Masters tournament, we are suspending our booking process for Masters Week tee times. Thank you for your understanding.
If you're headed to Augusta to take in the spectacle that is Masters Week, you're among a lucky group of golf fans. And if you're an avid golfer looking for a tee time in Augusta during Masters Week, you're probably going to be frustrated initially. But don't worry...we're here to help.
Fridays @ Four is a fixture on the social scene at Savannah Lakes. Held every Friday at the River Grille, it's a fun and informal event that helps everyone feel welcome and places a high priority on connection. What started out years ago as an effort to help new property owners feel welcome and have fun has evolved into a full-featured regular event with our tapas menu, drinks, and (weather permitting...) drinks on the patio.
If you're lucky enough to have won the lottery, you're probably thinking about travel during Masters Week in April. For those of us who aren't as familiar, we're not talking about a huge cash prize worth millions of dollars (though for some it feels that way!). We're talking about the selection process for tickets to the Practice Rounds and the Tournament at Augusta National Golf Club.
Since the inception of Savannah Lakes Village in the late 1980s, people have been fond of the idea of living at Lake Thurmond (or Clarks Hill Lake — depending on where you live!). "Charter members" of the community were keen on the vision of a vibrant lakefront community with top-notch amenities and and pristine outdoor experiences. The vast majority of those who have become property owners at Savannah Lakes Village have built or purchased a single-family dwelling
Fast forward to 2019. Our Developer, Savannah Lakes Village Real Estate, has been busy working with builders Keystone Homes and Ivey Homes out of Augusta, Georgia to provide move-in-ready new homes for those looking to own a home in Savannah Lakes.
In addition to those beautiful homes, SLV Real Estate has unveiled plans for brand new lakefront condos on Lake Thurmond.
The title is a little cliché, but it's true! The birds found in Sumter National Forest all around our community take advantage of the milder weather of spring to make a move and establish a new home. Whether it's animal-like instinctive behavior or a function of other life situations and logistics, people tend to consider new homes in the spring as well.
We added a gallery of springtime images, including several shots of Eastern Bluebirds, for your enjoyment. Visit our Sights & Sounds page to view these images. And if you're considering a move to Savannah Lakes Village, read on for some tips and thoughts that may help you on your journey.
Savannah Lakes is thrilled to be a part of the greater community of McCormick County.
Local Living is a local lifestyle and home-related show that airs on WJBF, the local ABC affiliate in Augusta, Georgia. This video features Thessa Smith, Director of Economic Development for McCormick County as well as the County's clerk of court, Crystal Barnes.
Ah, the first full week in April — Masters Week! It's the Rite of Spring that awakens a deep longing in the heart of every golfer. We join the chorus of awe at the spectacle of the tournament at Augusta National Golf Club. It's a joy to behold, and we realize how fortunate we are to be positioned less than an hour away from this incredible event.
The McCormick County Chamber of Commerce recently co-awarded SLV and the Savannah Lakes Real Estate and Development Center with the Award of Excellence for Business. The presentation of this award was quite a surprise to SLV representatives in attendance and to representatives from the Development Partner. Bob Stockton is a reporter for the McCormick Messenger, and he provided coverage of the McCormick Chamber's annual meeting on January 31, 2019. Here is Mr. Stockton's article: