A barn raising is an event at which all members of a community cooperate to build a barn, a home or a church. And while the houses under construction at Splinter Creek right now are not being physically built by our community members (thank you, professional construction crews), they metaphorically feel a bit like that.
That's because the vision for Splinter Creek was not complete until it became a sanctuary for like-minded individuals and families who cherish meaningful experiences, and who long to preserve and enjoy all that nature has to offer. We're excited about how we're evolving, and we love sharing the progress pics of the homes being raised right now.
The 8-acre Wildwood lot is situated next to a common area on the South Lake with west views and a boat launch. The dramatic vaulted ceilings in the home take full advantage of the views of the water and sunsets.
The home on the 7-acre Silent Shade lot boasts a hardwood cove and dramatic overlooks of the water. The homesite's shoreline is one of the longest on the North Lake, and the windows going in frame the views perfectly.
Windows are in and siding is on at the 12-acre Old Cedar Cove lot, one of the most private residences on the property. The panoramic views from this modern home perched high above the lake are beginning to reveal themselves.
An artist's cabin on the 2-acre Camelback lot is full of windows to let the light flood in. The creativity will be flowing from this charming structure.
The house on the 2-acre Belledeer Place lot is located on the backside of Partners Pond, and construction is moving quickly. The house offers clear views of the water to the south and a large back deck.