Wayne has had generations of his family in the Lake Keowee area. He has been serving the greater Lake Keowee area for more than 15 years as a representative for the Cliffs and then for Keowee Key and the rest of the lake. He has been "Top Producer" in the Western Upstate Association of REALTORS® for many years.
Before coming to South Carolina, Wayne had a real estate brokerage in Carefree, AZ. He also built condominiums on the beach in Puerto Penasco. As a Director of the Arizona Regional MLS, he oversaw the operation of the 6th largest MLS in the country. Wayne also served as President of the Carefree/Cave Creek Association of REALTORS® and then on the Board for the National Association of REALTORS®.
Wayne graduated from Dartmouth College and then went on to Fairleigh Dickinson University for his medical/dental degrees. He did his residency in New York City. Wayne was first a hospital dentist and then an anesthesiologist in Connecticut. After many years of serving his patients, Wayne found that real estate, development and coming back home to South Carolina were his true callings.
Featured Lake Keowee Lake Homes
Featured Lake Homes
Covering more than 18,370 acres in Northwest South Carolina, Lake Keowee has more than 300 miles of shoreline in Oconee and Pickens counties. Clemson, a college town of almost 14,000, is less than twenty minutes away.
Created in 1973, Lake Keowee was formed to serve the needs of Duke Energy, producing hydroelectric power as well as for public recreational purposes.
The lake collects waters from the Keowee River and Little River, which outflow at their respective dams and are tributaries to the Savannah River.
At Lake Keowee the average high temperature is 72° or above for seven months out of the year, allowing ample time to enjoy the pristine mountain water.
It is also home to two state parks, numerous golf courses, and a short drive from the Blue Ridge Mountains.
One of South Carolina's best places to boat, Lake Keowee offers nine different boat ramps located all throughout the area.
Many describe the lake's layout as a "Christmas tree" with numerous inlets, fingers, and coves, as well as expanses of open water reaching up to three miles wide.
Lake Keowee is an excellent place to fish for bass including largemouth, smallmouth, and spotted. Also present are crappie, bluegill, yellow perch, catfish, brown trout and rainbow trout.
The area also offers many camping options, including the Toxaway State Park which features primitive or RV camping, as well as a cabin for rent just off the shores of Lake Keowee.
Lake Keowee provides something for everyone and is located conveniently to neighboring Georgia and North Carolina.