Buying a golf home tends to be an expensive proposition, according to Carla Barnard, the co-owner of the Golf Course Broker, a company that brokers the sales of golf course developments and homes in the United States.
“Golf homes are desirable properties and hence more expensive than typical homes,” she said. “Also, oftentimes, you’re buying into a community with amenities or living near a golf course, which both add to the cost.”
But as is true with real estate generally, “prices for golf properties can vary wildly by destination,” said Jason Becker, the chief executive of Golf Life Navigators, a matchmaking site that helps people find golf memberships and homes based on their criteria.
Koprulu Canyon and visiting nearby waterfalls such as Dunden.
Trione-Annadel State Park is adjacent to the community and is full of hiking and biking paths as well as lakes.
The home: Recently remodeled, this single-story home sits on the 10th hole of one of the golf courses and has two bedrooms and two baths. Light hardwood floors and crisp white walls throughout the property give it a contemporary feel. The large kitchen has an island and new stainless-steel appliances, and the dining area leads to the patio. The bath attached to the master bedroom has double sinks and a tub while the second bath has only a shower.
Outdoor space: The home has a large patio with a barbecue that sits on the side of the golf course but no private lawn space.
Taxes: $4,479 a year