Enjoy Grand Lake, Any Season, Full Time, Retirement Home, Weekend HomeFriday, December 12th, 2008
Grand Lake in NE Oklahoma is a wonderful place to enjoy for all seasons. You might enjoy living full time at Grand Lake to raise a family, have your retirement home, have a weekend retreat home, or whatever reason you choose Grand Lake you will be sure to enjoy your time at the lake. South Grand Lake has many nice waterfront locations with The Grottos and Villas Del Lago being the two newest projects. Both The Grottos and Villas Del Lago have breath taking views of the lake and new mediterrian style homes. The well established gated communtities of The Coves and The Points both offer elegant home sites and executive style homes. The Coves also has golf course homes that are very nice but also much less expensive.
In the center of Grand Lake you will find Monkey Island with several nice gated communities including The Chateaus, The Estates, Newport Village, Brighton Bay, St. Andrews, St. James, Pointe Marin, The Villas, and Beacon Hill. All of these nice gated communities have waterfront and waterview homes priced from $155,000 to 1.5 million. There is a home here for all taste and budgets.
Grove is the largest city on Grand Lake. Patricia Island Estates is the newest golf and lake lifestyle addition with building lots and homes offered both on the water or golf course. The Preserve is the newest gated community with 56 lots offered on the water or interior. They also offer boat slips for each home. Buffalo Shores South is one of the oldest established communities of Grove. It offers waterfront and interior homes in all price ranges.
You can find the place your want to fit your needs and desires on Grand Lake. The Grand Lake Team at RE/MAX Grand Lake in Grove shows and sells the entire Grand Lake area. Contact Aaron Hughes at email@example.com or 918 801-5645 or Joe Neill at firstname.lastname@example.org or 918 640-3300. Grand Lake real estate is a great investment. Call today for how you too can be enjoying the good life at Grand Lake.