Every so often something extraordinary happens to change the standard by which luxury housing is measured. Rarely are those changes as profound as the standards achieved at Lake MacLeod
which offers beautiful wooded 1+ acre lots overlooking a 10-acre lake.
Only 75 homes will be built in Lake MacLeod
. Packages from $950,000.
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Lake MacLeod offers amenities that compliment and enhance its beautiful surroundings. Residents are immersed in this unique setting the moment they turn into the stone-walled, tree-lined entry of this 152-acre community. Stop as you cross the rustic timber bridge to take in the panoramic view past the pristine wetlands preserve and across the lake fountain.
This scenic 10-acre lake sits at the heart of this community, and is accessible from every lot through an extensive system of hiking trails and walking paths. The nearly mile-long Lake Trail encircles the water and provides five fitness stations. The Lake Trail is partially ADA-compliment and serves as access to two neighborhood parks, picnic areas, the boathouse, and separate fishing and swimming piers. The 1200 square foot boathouse, with its stone fireplace and waterfront views, provides a magnificent community center for Lake MacLeod residents.
More than a third of the acreage of the Lake MacLeod community is left to open space, including a 40-foot wide greenway that circles the perimeter. This commitment to open space insures that each home is adjacent to parklands, effectively enlarging the scope and maximizing the natural beauty of each lot.
Yet all of this beauty belies the high-end utilities that provide modern telecommunications conveniences for its residents. These amenities, plus the recreation, parks and open space plan of Lake MacLeod will provide a lifetime of enjoyment for every resident of this perfect lake setting.
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I-79 North to Warrendale exit, right on Warrendale-Bayne Road (Red Belt), cross Route 19, continue on Red Belt approx. 5 miles to left on Babcock Blvd., continue to Lake MacLeod on left.