LOVE LAKE LIFE
As a homeowner on Lake Arrowhead, I love this lake and the surrounding area, including Lake Allatoona and Waters Lake. This region of Georgia has beautiful water and beautiful mountains, and I love helping my neighbors, and neighbors-to-be, navigate the unique aspects of lake real estate.
I have worked extensively in Cherokee County for over ten years, with both lakefront and away from the lake. I have a strong understanding of the current market conditions and an extensive knowledge of the local real estate inventory.
I enjoy what I do and look forward to every day and the challenges it will bring. I strive to make each client feel as if they are my ONLY client as I work to help them find their dream home or sell their current home. It is my goal to represent YOU, the client , and not just the property. After all, you are either already my neighbor or soon will be, so I focus on the right things.
FIRST-TIME BUYERS BUYERS & SEASONED BUYERS AND SELLERS
I enjoy working with first time home buyers and work to educate and make the process of buying a home an exciting and comfortable experience. Likewise, I relish the opportunity to work with the seasoned home buyer or seller. I am also experienced in helping the investor locate, purchase, and lease investment properties.
Whether you are looking for your first home, second or vacation home, investment property or looking to sell your home, I welcome the opportunity to work with you and to make you a lifetime customer as your real estate needs and opportunities arise.
Only about 40 miles from Atlanta, Lake Allatoona covers about 12,000 acres in northwest Georgia, with 270 miles of shoreline in Cherokee, Bartow and Cobb counties.
The lake, and much of the land adjoining it, are managed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. The lake is rarely called by its government name, Allatoona Lake.
Its seemingly remote setting, in reality only minutes from Interstate 75 and Atlanta's northern suburbs, has made Lake Allatoona one of Georgia's most popular lakes, visited by more than six million people annually.
Located largely on a peninsula jutting north into Lake Allatoona, Red Top Mountain State Park is named for the iron-rich peak contained in the park's 1,562 acres.
With its extensive camping facilities, this park is the largest of more than 25 parks and ten campgrounds adjoining Lake Allatoona,
There are 13 hiking trails and at least a half-dozen biking trails.
Most of the north side of the lake remains undeveloped because of its isolated location. More than 25,000 acres of public land adjoins Lake Allatoona.
For boating and fishing enthusiasts, Lake Allatoona has at least eight full-service marinas, at least three of which rent a wide range of boats, and a total of 26 boat ramps.
Largemouth bass, spotted bass, striped bass, hybrid bass and crappie are the best fishing bets, although Lake Allatoona is home to channel and flathead catfish, bream, carp and gar.
On the northeastern corner of the lake is the 7,000 acres of the Allatoona Wildlife Management Area, with its robust populations of both game and non-game species.
"Allatoona Lake," as it is known to the U.S. government, is the oldest U.S. Corps of Engineers lake.
It is filled mostly by the Etowah River, with additional inflow from the Little River, Noonday Creek, and the namesake Allatoona Creek. Downstream, the Etowah joins the Coosa River.