Monday, April 30, 2018

Life on the 14th hole

Life on the 14th hole is pure bliss!  The natural light and spacious, open floor plan will get every day off to a fabulous start!  What is not to love about living on the golf course?  Here are a few things to think about:

The Pros and Cons of Living on the Golf Course


• Everywhere you look, you see beautifully landscaped lawns and gardens.
• You have a security guard to welcome everyone that comes through the gate.
• You can drive your golf cart to have dinner at the club.  
• You have a built-in social calendar.  Events are scheduled for you every month!
• No need to have a pool built into your back yard---The pool at the club is available to you and you don’t even have to maintain and clean it!


• You may get hit with a stray golf ball while drinking your morning coffee on the back deck.
• With all the lush landscaping, it is hard to see what your neighbors are cooking on their grill next door.
• You will have to learn to accept the fashion rules you learned as a kid, no longer apply.   As it turns out, it is actually ok to mix patterns.  And no colors are off limits.
• You will need to learn to speak the language:  Bogey does not have anything to do with monsters and bad men, and eagles are not birds.  
• If you are a free-spirit, and don’t like people telling you what to do, you may not like that you have to learn and follow the rules.  For example:  USGA’s Rule 1:  “The Game of Golf consists of playing a ball with a club from the teeing ground into the hole by a stroke or successive stroked in accordance with the rules.”  In other words, I think this means you are supposed to play golf with a golf ball, a golf club and a tee, and you have to swing at the ball to hit it into a hole.  You need to know this.
• Golfers need to concentrate.  So you have to be quiet.  For some, this is more difficult than others.  Translations:  no loud parties, breakdancing and fireworks in your back yard. And no noisy chit chat on the fairway.  
• You are not allowed to have chickens, goats or other livestock.  Again, noise can be a distraction for the golfers.

Gated and golf course communities aren’t for everyone, but if you are looking for a fabulous home on the golf course that is stately and beautiful, you will want to take the time to see this home.  It is a 4 bedroom, 3.5 bath home with 3,510 square feet. Priced at $443,000.

4312 Club Course Drive, Coosaw Creek Country Club, North Charleston

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