NOW REDUCED $25,000 WATERFRONT--WATERFRONT--WATERFRONT--SO AFFORDABLE over 120FT WATERFRONT TO BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME ON THURLOW DAM OR LAKE TALISI IN TALLASSEE, AL. 2 LOTS FOR SALE SIDE BY SIDE--BUY BOTH FOR ALMOST 2 ACRES-- Alabama Power impounded the Tallapoosa River with Yates Dam in 1928, creating the reservoir that is known as Yates Lake. The dam, also known as the "Upper Tallassee Dam," is modest in size; but it sits on the original site for Alabama's first hydroelectric facility, which delivered Montgomery's first electricity in 1912. This reservoir receives water directly from Lake Martin, which is located immediately upstream from this lake. This location also provides Yates Lake with yet another name -- "middle pond" -- since the water from Yates Lake flows directly into Lake Thurlow in Tallassee or the LOWER POND.
The location of Lake Talisi between the popular Lake Martin upstream and Yates Lake make this lake downstream ideal for anglers. Although access to the lake is limited, that fact alone makes this lake ideal for fishing. Very quiet area & not many boaters on this lake--Minutes to Tallassee schools, shops & I-85-. Just 20 minutes to Lake Martin , 30 minutes to Montgomery or Auburn via I-85 CALL TODAY WHILE INTEREST RATES STILL SO LOW & I CAN HOOK YOU UP WITH BANK HAS 0 DOWN AVAIL ON LAND PURCHASE & CAN HOOK YOU UP WITH BUILDER TO BUILD YOUR DREAM HOME CALL NOW BEFORE THIS IS GONE!!.
Highway 14 out of Tallassee then left on Macedonia then left on Ice Plant then left on Riverknolle lot on right
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