Phase Two of Silverock Cove is proving to be as magnetic to lake lovers as Phase One. The cottage designs in Phase Two vary slightly from the first phase without loosing an ounce of the charm. These homes naturally adapt to the elevated topography of the land in Phase Two and offer treehouse views over one of the most beautiful areas of Smith Lake.
Ten of the 25 homes in Phase Two are under contract and under construction. Like Phase One, which has 27 of the 31 homes sold, sales are steady and consistent. And the cold weather isn’t slowing things down a bit. In fact, winter is the perfect time to bundle up the family and take a Saturday or Sunday trip to Silverock Cove to look around.
The New Home Designs in Phase Two:
One of the many uniquely beautiful things about Silverock Cove is the spectacular shape of the land. Silverock sits on a peninsula that juts out into some of the most beautifully pristine parts of Smith Lake. From any given lot or home there, the lake view graciously wraps itself around you. The natural paths through this place are another one of the thoughtful and strategic touches that make the connection to nature simply seamless.
The first paths installed at Silverock Cove were built on the South side of the peninsula where the land is slopes gently to the water. Made from traditional railroad ties, they wind through the preserved trees just along the shore. On the opposite side of the land, the homes sit a little higher on flat boulders that naturally cantilever out over the water. So the paths there had to take a different turn. These paths along the shore are made from natural decking and are precisely formed to the natural flow of the land—rising and falling, twisting and wrapping—all in perfect flow.
The next time you visit Silverock, take a walking tour along the paths. At every turn, there is something a little more breathtaking than before.