The desire to live surrounded by nature draws residents to Splinter Creek. Homesites here are nestled beneath stands of mature oak and plantation pine and atop wooded ridges. All homesteads offer shoreline on one of three pristine lakes. Each 10-to-20-acre homestead has its own distinctive character.
Splinter Creek's model home sits on a 10.2-acre lot featuring shoreline and a meadow.
Your homesite might feature a dramatic overlook of a sparkling lake, a panoramic view of swaying marsh grasses giving way to the water's edge, or a sweeping vista of vibrant autumn leaves reminiscent of the view from your childhood treehouse.
Three pristine lakes at Splinter Creek are perfect for paddle boarding, canoeing, swimming, and fishing.
While the homesites are large, offering owners the sense of their own private retreat in the woods, each site features a finite envelope in which to build, preserving mature trees, native flora, and the natural landscape, and protecting neighbors from unexpected development.
Splinter Creek homestead Valley View (site 32) is marked with trails and towering pines.
At Splinter Creek, the land itself dictates the lines between properties. Boundaries here are marked by natural coves, ravines, and stately trees rather than by manmade fences. Individual homesites offer privacy and seclusion, yet flow seamlessly into shared natural areas. A well-thought-out master plan allows homeowners to choose locations nearest the amenities they most value and the vistas they long to gaze over day after day, year after year.
Splinter Creek homestead Cloud Rest (lot 24) sits at the mid-point of the long fork in the North Lake.
When you invest in a homestead at Splinter Creek, you're not buying an ordinary lot. You gain a little piece of history, a rich natural heritage, and the promise that the natural beauty that initially moved you to call Splinter Creek home will continue to inspire future generations.