The Village

Waterfront Homes and Lots For Sale in The Village, Lake Martin

This list of homes for sale auto populates from the Lake Martin MLS. For you, it means two important things:

1. These are not just my listings, but compiled from every brokerage around Lake Martin, every agent.
2. This list is renewed any time any agent at Lake Martin makes a change in the MLS. So check back often!

If you see anything you like, click on the star beside it, register, and the MLS will automatically notify me, and only me (no spam!).  Or, you can contact me through this form, you can email me (info @ lakemartinvoice . com), or you can call me at (334) 221-5862.

History of The Village

The Village is a waterfront neighborhood with homes and lots for sale on the south side of Lake Martin.  If you’ve driven by Chimney Rock toward the east side of the lake you may have seen it to the south.  Located in the same slough as The Harbor, The Village has a unique look and vision:  new homes of varying sizes and prices, some off the water, some on the water, very small “yards.” It literally looks like a little village on a hill.  Aptly named.

The Village has 4 types of homes: 1) waterfront cottages, 2) some town homes with water views, 3) homes that are right across the street from the water and therefore have water views, and 4) off water cabins that are in the woods, away from the water.  There is a neighborhood pool located near the cabins.  The homes here were originally built by builder Brian Ray.

If you like newer construction – homes with hardwood floors, open floor plans, and porches – but don’t like the maintenance that comes with a lake home, The Village might be a good fit.  All landscaping (yard work) is done for you, so it’s kind of like having a stand alone home in a condo community.

Take a Video Tour of The Village by Boat and by Car

The Village is located off of Old Tree Road, off of Highway 50, pretty much across Old Tree from another waterfront neighborhood, Marina Marin.

Map of The Village


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