Lynda Ross

We could have bought 4 or 5 acres in the middle of nowhere, but then once you get there, what would you do? You’d have to get back into your car to go hike. We realized we didn’t want to be alone in the woods. We wanted a community with green space and features like a trout stream and hiking...

Roy Borrego

Doug is not a developer, he’s a keeper of the land; he’s a dream builder. He’s allowing me to build something for myself and for my children that will be a legacy for them.

Cozy Cabins 2

Anderson Creek Retreat encourages the regional house styles that typically requires the use of native materials, simple detailing, and common-sense features.

Markham Smith, Architect, and Ellen Hauck

Creating Cottage Style, New Old House “We used to camp up here all the time”… Ten years later they stumbled upon a newspaper ad about the preservation of the historic Anderson Creek watershed. “The idea was to disrupt the area as little as possible and highlight the natural beauty of the land through conservation.” They knew they wanted the style of their home near the watershed to harken back to traditional architecture and engage in a close relationship with the land. Inspired by old Southern structures known as dogtrots, they designed the cottage “as straightforward as you can get…” We drew from simple, vernacular forms… we wanted to feel like we were outside when we were inside.” “Everything we need is here. We don’t really want to...