Do you prefer to look down on the water from high above a hilltop? Or would you rather be situated closer to the shoreline for easy water access? Splinter Creek offers 34 homesites, each unique in size and character (photo by Elizabeth Keckler).
With 650 acres and three lakes there is an incredible amount of variation in terrain and topography at Splinter Creek. Our 34 different homesites make it possible for homeowners to choose the vistas they long to gaze over day after day, year after year.
With a mix of rolling pine forests and hardwood trees, Splinter Creek offers many variations of wooded lots for your building envelope (photo by Elizabeth Keckler).
While most Splinter Creek lots average about 10 acres, we offer a range of different sized homesites. We encourage creativity in building, so whether it's a family compound, a small, creative studio space in the woods -- or both! -- we offer ready-to-build land that will work for you.
Here, we've highlighted both the biggest and one of the smallest lots available.
At 25.6 acres, Yocona is the largest homesite at Splinter Creek (photo by Erin Austen Abbott).
Lot 34 Yocona
The largest site at Splinter Creek, Yocona is more than 25 acres of woodlands with access to the South Lake and nearby wetlands. The home site could be perched above the South Lake with views to the north and west. It is the perfect site for privacy while still having access to the main Splinter Creek roads and County Road 343. This is another lot that would support a house with cascading modern design that literally “walks” down the ridge toward the water.
Blackberry Hill is 2.4 acres and one of the smaller Splinter Creek homesites (photo by Erin Austen Abbott).
Lot 10 Blackberry Hill
This 2.4-acre lot is one of the smaller lots on the property, and is located on the 8-acre Partner’s Pond. Blackberry Hill has the feel of a private retreat with undeveloped woods to the north. An old trail offers the footprint for a potential new driveway to the homesite overlooking the pond. There are clear views of the water to the south. The lot is only a few steps from well-maintained hiking trails. Blackberry Hill is a popular place for spotting deer and wild turkey.