Living by the lake has many advantages, for one thing, you have a million dollar Lake view from your window, and literally, that’s how much you have to pay to live in a lake access house depending on where you are, if not more. For most of us, it’s a luxury that we couldn’t afford, and it’s something that we can forgo, for some it’s a struggle striving to live a life of luxury, and for others, they simply belong there.
As for me, I was fortunate enough to set foot in one, and I do have to admit that it’s nice, but definitely not for me, it is a luxury that I can’t afford and can forgo. As I was driving around, I noticed that there are many houses in the area for sale, either by owner or by Realtor, made me think that many of these homeowners simply bought a house that they couldn’t afford, of course luxury does come with a higher price.
As for our area, we are still on water restrictions but the lakes are up to a normal level from what I can see, and as we travel further down south, as you can see from these photos of Lake Lanier that the water level is very low, you can see the packed red clay on the shore, obviously showing sign of a drought that is hitting hard in the Southeastern part of the United States. It was cloudy on Saturday morning, but the view is still beautiful and it rained later on that afternoon.