Lennox Lake is 93 lot established Simpsonville SC lake community that was developed by local developers, and the homes were built from 1990 to the 2000's. These homes range in size from about 1200 square feet to over 2600 square feet.
The homes in this neighborhood are traditional ranch and two-story homes. These homes range from 2 bedrooms, 2 bathroom to 4 bedrooms, 3 bathroom homes. The homes have mostly vinyl siding, but some have a combination of brick vinyl, and some of these homes were built on a third of an acre lots.
If you are looking for Simpsonville SC homes for sale, consider the homes for sale in Lennox Lake subdivision. There were 6 homes sold in Lennox Lake Subdivision in 2010. Average sold price was $169,633, with an average list price of $172,833. Average Days on Market was 75 days. These are based on Greater Greenville Multiple Listing System data, and may not include sales like For Sale By Owners that were not brokered by MLS member firms.
Lennox Lake and Dunwoody Oaks are right besides each other, and they share the amenities, which include a swimming pool, tot lot, two tennis courts, club house, gym, lake, and other common areas. Residents enjoy a variety of community activities, and they can rent the clubhouse for parties. HOA property manager is Norcon Property Management (Contact: Rhonda Downey 864-284-6515).
Greenville County Schools assigned to Lennox Lake Subdivision and are Bells Crossing Elementary School, Hillcrest Middle School and Hillcrest High School. Remember that Greenville County school assignments are subject to change in the future, contact Greenville County Schools at 864-355-3100 for updates. There are also several Greenville SC area private schools to choose from.
Please contact us at 864-438-5050 for more information about any of the Lennox Lake Subdivision homes for sale or to work with one of our Greenville SC real estate expert Realtors.
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