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The toughest part of living at Reynolds Plantation located in Greensboro Georgia is figuring out what you want to do with your day. Nestled among 374 miles of Lake Oconee shoreline, Reynolds Plantation is relaxed living like nowhere else. Featuring 6 golf courses, 6 swimming pools, 4 marinas, 5 clubhouses, 16 tennis courts, 4 restaurants and a nature center with walking trails all complimented by a community of neighbors enjoying relaxed southern living. For residents who want to get involved there are more than 30 different self organized member clubs that promote an ever changing mix of exhibitions, lectures, performances, author meet-and-greets and instructional events.

Residential developed home sites range from $115,000 to $2,000,000, while the price range for homes start around $450,000 all the way up to $13,000,000. Maintenance free condos and cottages are also available in the $345,000 to $700,000 range. Whether you are looking for that winter retreat or a home to enjoy the best years of your life, everyone will find a fit at Reynolds Plantation.

So what do you want to do today? Teach the grandkids to fish…play a few rounds of golf…or how about dinner out with that special someone? The choice is yours at Reynolds Plantation, Greensboro GA.
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  • Local Area:

    Lake Oconee Village is a 609-acre master-planned retail, office, and residential community ideally situated at the entrance to Reynolds Plantation. The Village includes shops, medical professionals, a movie house and a Publix grocery store.

    Greensboro GA
    Located 75 miles east of Atlanta, history and friendliness surround you on a visit to Greensboro, a quaint town with antique shopping, historic sites and many friendly people.

    History is a large part of the charm of Greensboro. Listed on the National Register of Historic Places as a multiple resource area with five historic districts and seven individual sites, Greensboro is home to such places as the third oldest courthouse in Georgia and the Old Greene County Gaol (Jail). The Courthouse was built in 1848, and the original structure is still in use today. The Old Gaol, built in 1807, is one of the oldest penal structures in Georgia.

    Greensboro was also selected as the site of the first paper mill in Georgia and as the starting point for the Georgia Railroad in 1833. Named for the Revolutionary War hero Nathanael Greene, many of Greensboro's founders were Revolutionary War veterans
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  • Golf on property:

    At Reynolds Plantation if you played 9 holes every day you could play for two weeks without ever repeating a hole. Six professionally designed golf courses, featuring 117 holes surrounded by natural beauty along Lake Oconee.

    The Plantation Course Bob Cupp, 1988 The course that set the stage for Reynolds Plantation to become the golfer's Mecca it is today, the Bob Cupp-designed Plantation Course has garnered several coveted spots among the nation's top rankings from "Ten Best New Courses" by GOLF Magazine to Zagat's 2007 America's Top Golf Courses.
    The Landing Bob Cupp, 1986 The Landing at Reynolds Plantation was the first golf course on Lake Oconee and has hosted multiple noteworthy events, including the 2006 Georgia Open and the 2008 PGA Professional National Championship.
    Great Waters Jack Nicklaus, 1992 Site of the Andersen Consulting World Championship of Golf from 1995 to 1997, Great Waters is a Jack Nicklaus signature course, and has been ranked among the "Ten Best New Courses" by GOLF Magazine. It also played host to the 2008 PGA Professional National Championship.
    The National Tom Fazio, 1997 Tom Fazio took maximum advantage of the site when designing Reynolds National, creating holes with drama as unique as the setting. An additional nine holes were added to the course in 2000, bringing the total number of holes at National to 27, and allowing three different course options for members.
    The Oconee Course Rees Jones, 2002 This incredible Rees Jones design has captured the attention of the golfing industry, hosting highly-visible tournaments like the 2007 PGA Cup and the Chick-fil-A Bowl Alma Mater. It is located adjacent to The Ritz-Carlton Lodge, Reynolds Plantation.

    The Creek Club Jim Engh, 2007 Reynolds Plantation's first-ever private golf course opened for member play on June 1, 2007. Golf Digest 2003 "Architect of the Year" Jim Engh has created a contemporary, thrilling golf masterpiece complete with rolling bunkers, Zoysia grass fairways and striking water features.
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  • Amenities – Reynolds Plantation offers members an amazing list of recreation and leisure activities including:
    • 4 Marinas on Lake Oconee, Georgia’s second largest lake
    • 6 Championship Golf Courses
    • 5 Award Winning Restaurants
    • 5 Clubhouses / Community Centers
    • 6 Swimming Pools – One Indoor for year round use
    • 16 Tennis Courts - Four different locations

    Swimming:
    • 1 Heated Indoor Pool
    • 4 Outdoor Family Pools
    • 1 Adult Only Infinity Pool
    • Whirlpool Spa
    • Reynolds Rapids Swim Team – Olympic Gold Medalist Angel Martino, Director & Coach

    Tennis:

    Reynolds Plantation boasts 16 tennis courts including the winner of the USTA’s 2009 “Tennis Center of the Year” award, the Lake Club Tennis Center. At the center players of all levels can enjoy and improve their game. Amenities include:
    • Full Service Pro Shop
    • Instruction from Tennis Professional Dave Neuhart
    • 4 Traditional Clay Courts with lights and spectator seating
    • Dartfish Video System - computer analysis of players strokes
    • Computerized Ball machine
    • Clinics and private lessons
    • Competitive Teams for players of all skill levels
    • 12 More Courts at 3 other Reynolds Plantation locations


    Other Amenities:
    • 4 full service marinas to enjoy Georgia’s 2nd largest lake, Lake Oconee.
    • Boat Rentals including the Spirit of Oconee, festive boat capable of hosting events of up to 40 people.
    • Daily boat shuttles for members to easily access the various offerings of the property
    • Lake Oconee offers 19,000 acres of some of the best striped bass fishing around
    • 20 Fresh Water Ponds – 5 are fully stocked for catch and release
    • Heritage & Nature Center with miles of walking trails – Each golf course at Reynolds Plantation is active with the Audubon Cooperative Sanctuary Program, helping preserve natural habitats
    • Wellness Center including Medical College of Georgia is conveniently located in the Village
    • Lake Club Fitness Center
    • Common Fields for a variety of club sponsored activities including touch football, baseball and concerts
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  • Restaurants on property

    Kathy’s Café and Infinity Pool Bar – Accessible by land or boat, Kathy’s Café offers casual fare including salads, paninis, sandwiches and ice cream novelties. For the adults, the Infinity Pool Bar offers a fun mix of tropical drinks including the house specialty, the Infinity Sunset.

    Creek Clubhouse – A member’s only restaurant, the Creek Clubhouse offers traditional clubhouse fare including salads, soups and sandwiches for lunch. Dinner includes prime rib, fresh seafood and the Chef’s specials that are always a pleasure. Overlooking the 18th hole, the Creek Clubhouse provides that true private member club experience.

    Plantation Grille - Serving breakfast and dinner the Plantation Grille is casual and fun dining. Enjoy Thursday night’s Prime Rib & ½ bottle of wine special and go back on Sunday when everyone dines family style. Good food, good neighbors and good fun is the order of the day at the Plantation Grille.

    The Landing – The house specialties include the “Nothing but Crab” cakes, meatloaf, fresh seafood and a variety of club made soups. And you can start you Sunday off with a traditional brunch, southern style, (make sure you try the fried pickles).

    Linger Longer Steakhouse – Specializing in Certified Black Angus steaks, seafood, salads, as well as a variety of local side dishes and signature dessert soufflés, the restaurant has been recognized with AAA's Four Diamond rating, and obtained the title Perfection in Zagat's restaurant ratings for 2008. Additionally, Linger Longer's wine list has received Wine Spectator's Award of Excellence. Guests are welcome to dine indoors or on the spacious veranda overlooking The Oconee course.
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  • Public Schools
    Greensboro Elementary - http://greene2.ges.schooldesk.net/
    Anita White Carson Middle School - http://greene2.awcms.schooldesk.net/
    Green County High School - http://greene2.gchs.schooldesk.net/

    Private Schools
    Nathanael Greene Academy - http://nathanaelgreeneacademy.com/
    Redeemer Episcopal Academy - http://www.redeemeracademy.org/
    Bethel Christian School -

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