Looking for an Oconee County Home Inspector?

You've come to the right place.  As an Oconee County home inspector, we are familiar with that part of the Upstate. We really like that area as it includes the west side of Lake Keowee, where we spend time camping and fishing.  Oconee County is located in the far northwest corner of South Carolina, and it borders on the Georgia and North Carolina state lines.  It is considered a more rural county, with lots of mountainous terrain on the north end.  The southern end of the county features the shoreline of Lake Hartwell.  Walhalla, Westminster and Seneca are the largest towns in the county, and they offer just about anything you could need or want, from stores to restaurants to banks, etc...

Clemson University is just over the lake from Oconee County.  There are lots of recreation opportunities in the area including fishing and boating.  There are quite a few golf courses in Oconee county, including Falcon's Lair, Oconee Country Club and Chickasaw Point to name a few.  There are plenty of opportunities for hiking in the northern part of the county, with some beautiful waterfall hikes in areas like Whitewater Falls and Devil's Fork.  In addition, Lake Jocassee in the far northeast corner of the county features good trout fishing and excellent scuba diving opportunities if that's more your speed.

Lots of Oconee County home inspections are being done right now as the real estate market is booming.  There are some new subdivisions being developed.  There are also lots of older homes in more established neighborhoods and rural areas.  Some homes in Oconee County are more than 100 years old.  In this part of the state, as an Oconee County home inspector, we find everything from mobile homes to multi-million dollar estates and lake homes, and just about everything in between.  Foxwood Hills is a residential community on Lake Hartwell at the south end of Oconee County.  It features a wide range of home options that appeal to permanent residents and those looking for a weekend getaway.  There are also plenty of amenities including lake access, playgrounds, clubhouses, swimming pools, ponds, parks, etc...  The Cliffs also have a community in Oconee County, on Lake Keowee.

Homes in Oconee County feature basement, slab and crawlspace foundations.  They regularly feature metal or shingle roofs, well or city water supplies, brick or vinyl or hard wood siding materials, and they come in all sizes.  Some homes in Oconee County are on the side of a mountain and others are built on mostly flat or gently sloping lots.

If you need the services of an Oconee County home inspector, please give us a call - we'd love to help you learn more about the house you want to buy.