Every now and then I like to include a post that covers the basics skills you need if you are interested in Lake Martin waterfront real estate.
It’s not really tough math, but water depth on Lake Martin changes in the winter months. Full pool is 490 feet, winter pool is 480 feet (right now at least).
If you’re wondering why the level changes, read this.
Maybe you’re thinking about buying a waterfront home on Lake Martin, even if you are not insisting on being able to drive your boat from your dock in January, you still need to know the water depth of the homes you are considering. Water depth, along with other such fuzzy metrics as view and privacy constitute a big part of pricing on every lot or home on the lake.
And if you own waterfront property on Lake Martin right now, you probably already know your winter and summer water depths. But if you are nosing around the market, you need to check the other homes’ depths so you can compare to yours.
If you are curious about any property on the lake, and would like help in pricing something, or finding a home or lot to suit your future plans, please call. I would love to help you.