Cuscowilla

The Audubon community has all the natural grasses and magnolias of Georgia with views of Lake Oconee from 13 of the holes.  Designed by Ben Crenshaw and architect, Bill Moore in 1997 and is home to the Golf Club at Cuscowilla

 

Great Waters

Part of the Reynolds Plantation Community. Great Waters is the crown Jewel of Lake Oconee.

Harbor Club

Harbor Club is an exceptional country club community is nestled within more than 1000 wooded acres and gracefully meanders along 9 secluded miles of Lake Oconee, one of the most beautiful lakes in Georgia.

Madison Lakes

Madison Lakes is an 1100 acre master planned community with amenities to enrich your life style. It is an opportunity for a wonderful new LIFE STYLE.

The Landing

Reynolds Landing is a 1270-acre secured master-planned residential lake and golf community located on the second largest lake in Georgia, Lake Oconee.

Reynolds Plantation

Reynolds Plantation is part of what was once known as "Cracker's Neck," a highly favored section of Greene County (named for Revolutionary War hero General Nathaniel Greene). After a period of decline, approximately 7,000 acres of Cracker's Neck were reclaimed by Mercer Reynolds, Sr., who built a hunting retreat named "Linger Longer." A Greene County native, Reynolds was a highly successful businessman and inventor, earning a patent for his process of solidifying cottonseed oil. Although he moved to Chattanooga in the 1920s, he maintained ties to the area, often returning to Linger Longer to hunt, fish and relax. During this same period, James Madison Reynolds, Sr., Mercer's cousin, was assembling land in the area for timber production. By the late 1930s the combined land holdings of the Reynolds family approximated 10,000 acres, which were left in a trust. In 1985, the trust was released to his grandchildren. The owners of Reynolds Plantation began working to determine the best use of the land that their family had owned for so many years. As development of Reynolds Plantation continues, members of the Reynolds family remain intensely mindful of the historical value of the land and the need to preserve, and enhance, its natural beauty and legacy.

Waters Edge

Waters edge, The towering hardwoods of Waters Edge once shaded the walking paths and simple dwellings of the Native American and early settlers who lived and prospered here. The Native Americans remained in the area well into the 1800's as settlers established small plantation homes. In fact Waters Edge is the site of Montgomery and Spivey Plantations, as well as the birthplace of the renowned author, Alice Walker. Mr. E. B. Seymour, a preservationist, owned and personally managed the land for most of the past half century. The land became the property of Reynolds Development Company in 1993.