The home at East Cove sits close to the shoreline of the North Lake (photo by Alyssa Rosenheck).
A dramatic overlook of a sparkling lake, a panoramic view of swaying marsh grasses, a sweeping vista of vibrant autumn leaves, a flock of geese emerging from the early morning lake mist. When you imagine your most relaxing spot, what do you see?
An outdoor dining space hovers just above the water (photo by Alyssa Rosenheck).
Splinter Creek's 650 acres offer private retreats -- each with its own distinctive character -- for building. The unspoiled topography of the property means residents can choose to place their home high atop a bluff, close to the shoreline, or somewhere in between. Each unique homesite has different own slopes and ridges, and is large enough for several different options to site a house.
The residents of the Boathouse at Splinter Creek chose to build literally on the water (photo by Erin Austen Abbott).
Our property is 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. No matter what homesite you pick, at Splinter Creek, nature’s beauty is at your doorstep.
The homeowners of Seldom Seen have a lake house situated high atop a bluff, with dramatic views of the lake below (photo by Erin Austen Abbott).
Lake views from the Boathouse primary bedroom (photo by Erin Austen Abbott).
The large deck from Seldom Seen (photo by Erin Austen Abbott).
A work-from-home office space is a peaceful sanctuary (photo by Alyssa Rosenheck).
Homesites around Partners' Pond are primed and ready to build (photo by Elizabeth Keckler)