Presentation on theme: "Treading Lightly on the Shore Watershed Leaders Forum #4 Thursday, September 21, 2006."— Presentation transcript:
Treading Lightly on the Shore Watershed Leaders Forum #4 Thursday, September 21, 2006
Stillwaters of Lake Robinson Bruce D. McKeown, Owner of Stillwaters William D. Britton, Britton & Co., Developer Barbara B. Lenar, Director of Community Relations/On-site Sales Agent
Everybody needs beauty as well as bread, places to play in and pray in, where nature may heal and give strength to body and soul alike. - John Muir
Stillwaters is an environmentally sensitive community where stewardship is the order of the day. We have taken great care to create a tranquil setting while preserving it for future generations. Stillwaters has worked to promote responsible greenscaping while realizing a vision where master- crafted homes complement the surrounding natural splendor.
A Community in Perfect Balance Amenities: 10 acres of onsite trails Organic botanical garden / farmers market Green space / wildlife habitat Pedestrian friendly
The Good Life Just Got Better. Whether you choose to cast a line or launch a sailboat, Lake Robinson offers ways to both relax and rejuvenate while transforming everyday life into a celebration. As a protected watershed, boat travel is limited to those with less than 10 horsepower, ensuring a serene experience amid unspoiled wilderness – perfect for kayaking, canoeing, or trimming sails.
Thousands have lived with out love, not one without water. - W.H. Auden
….This development set the bar as to what we expect other developers in the future to include. Stillwaters has made a conscientious effort to preserve the lakes shores and in turn safeguard Greers raw water supply for future generations. (CPW General Manager, Jerry Balding, stated…Greer Citizen, August 17, 2006)
…..This was a quiet place to pause and reflect on nature and all that we were blessed with. My hope is to continue the wishes of my Grandmother in making this a place where residents and guests gain inspiration and a sense of place in a spiritual and natural sanctuary, ( B. McKeown, Greer Citizen, August 17, 2006)
Stillwaters of Lake Robinson The Stillwaters site was in the McKeown family for more than 60 years and Bruce McKeowns grandmother inspired the landscaping…..