Eagle Watch is an Arvida Community. It is located in the center of Towne Lake and is one of the largest subdivisions in the area with almost 1,500 homes. Eagle Watch is impressive to say the least. The attention to detail begins as you enter, with their extraordinary flowerbeds that continue through to the highly structured recreation areas. Bordered on three sides by Corp of Engineers Property, the area maintains much of its original mature trees offering an abundance of green space. Eagle Watch is well known for its attractive common area landscape.
The first homes were built in 1987 and construction continued through to 1996. A full range of home styles can be found in Eagle Watch: traditional 2 stories, ranches and split-levels. Eagle watch offers an 18-hole golf course designed by Arnold Palmer and other amenities to include 3 swimming pools, 14 lighted tennis courts basketball, sand volleyball and large well-built playgrounds. Eagle Watch offers several tennis teams, a health and fitness center a club house and the Eagle Rays swim team.
The homeowners association is very active in preserving the quality of life. Homeowners dues approx. $700 per year. Eagle Watch publishes a very informative newsletter along with a useful website. Eagle Watch Community. All children in grades K-4 go to Bascomb Elementary School, a Georgia School of Excellence. Students then attend ET Booth Middle School and Etowah High School.
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