Architecture at Stone Creek will respect timeless and traditional styling drawn from the inheritance of country manors, parklands, and their surrounding villages.
The use of stone, timber frame, post and beam, copper accents, and attention to detail will distinguish these mountain homes. A sophisticated and tasteful informality of design can highlight each residence at Stone Creek.
The developers retained a supply of ancient trees from the property and dimensioned them into posts, beams and flooring. This 200-year old white and red oak is available to provide unique building material accents for owners at Stone Creek.
Unity and interdependence are principles found in the environment - and also in architecture. These patterns are particularly suited to Stone Creek, where this new neighborhood will translate traditions of the county side into a gracious informality appropriate for today’s relaxed lifestyle.
In unity, there is also diversity. There might be a shared building line along a picturesque lane, a common roof pitch, or the use of complimentary materials. Within this inclusive harmony, enormous variety is available. Each residence can be distinct - yet none will dominate.
Protective Covenants will ensure that Stone Creek remains an aesthetically pleasing mountain retreat.