Stoney Point Overview

You’ve found what you’ve been looking for!  Luxury lakefront living at Stoney Point on Lake Greenwood, in the gracious, welcoming, year-round South Carolina tradition.

The centerpiece of this breathtaking, gated, lakeside community is The Links at Stoney Point, a Tom Jackson-designed 18-hole golf course reminiscent of Augusta National.  You’ll delight in the clubhouse, restaurants, fitness center, tennis courts, pools, bocce courts, playground, future dog park, future walking trails in a thriving, active community filled with clubs and events.  Best of all, Stoney Point's new marina with boat ramp and kayak storage complimented by The Links' boat and RV storage gives you a place for all of your toys.   You can launch your dreams here at Stoney Point.

Stoney Point’s location is a quick 15 minute drive to: Greenwood’s Uptown shopping district,  Piedmont Technical College and Lander University, many fortune 500 manufacturing locations and  Self Regional Hospital, a leader in healthcare in the South, and the Genetics Research Center.    You’ll find physicians, dentists and grocery stores within 5 minutes of the gates.  We’re proud to be one of the few lakefront communities to offer high speed fiber optic internet—so important for those of us working from home, consulting, and just living a connected lifestyle.  Our residents are a wonderful mix of ages—from young professional families to retired executives.  Some of us work (and shop) in Greenville, Augusta and Columbia—all about an hour's drive away.

Why Choose Stoney Point?

We've all chosen Stoney Point for the peaceful natural surroundings, the lakeside location, the proximity to town, great amenities and a true community feeling. The natural environment is also conducive to bird-watching, either from your home’s deck or from a canoe or kayak on the lake. Plus, you can enjoy all four seasons.  In this area of the South Carolina “Upstate,” we golf, bicycle, walk, play tennis, pickleball and enjoy the outdoors year-round.   Springtime is breathtaking with azaleas, dogwoods and wisteria.  We have a long summer filled with plenty of boating and picnics.  You’ll keep your boat in the water well into November.   Yes, the leaves do change colors here in the fall and we may even get a dusting of snow once in a while, so you won’t miss out on the seasons.  Most of all, you are going to enjoy the easy living of  Lake Greenwood life.

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