Oh, my gourd! Sweater weather is almost here. Crisp air, crunchy leaves, and caramel apples as far as the eye can see — fall is one of our favorite times at the lake. With summer fading in the rearview, we’re gearing up for a spectacularly fun and serene season at the lake. So, break out your cardigan, and grab a pumpkin spice brew. These are just some of the reasons to fall in love with your 1,200-acre backyard, all over again.
Get ready to see some new faces around the lake this summer! We welcomed our first group of Long Cove interns in 2021 and the program has continued to grow. This season, we’re excited to welcome five new additions to the Long Cove team. Be sure to say “howdy” when you see them around.
Co-hosts Martha Jackson and Nellie Sciutto recently dished about life at Long Cove on their podcast “The Bubble Lounge.” The whole episode was recorded right here at the lake. And a few of our very own – Long Cove Realty President Kiki Pennington, plus homeowners Rob Crain and Kate Cutshall – shared what they love most about life on the lake at Long Cove. Keep scrolling for the highlights.
With another year in the rearview mirror, it’s always fun to take a trip down memory lane.
Crisp air, pumpkin-spice everything, and sweaters as far as the eye can see…ahh, fall! While summers on the lake are pretty spectacular, crisp fall mornings and s’mores at sunset are pretty magical too. Fall is especially serene at Long Cove. And honestly, what’s not to love about autumn colors and 1,200 acres to call your own?
If woods, water, and fun are your speed, our newest release on Bluegill Pond might be just your style. A limited collection of 5 Canopy Homes is now available—and these beauties take R&R to the next level. Nestled in the shade of mature trees and lushly landscaped, these serene properties offer relaxing views of the 5-acre Bluegill Pond, which is right off your back porch.
Spring might be winding down, but we’re just gearing up! There are more ways to play at Long Cove than ever before and we have a fun-filled summer up our sleeve. Read on for a sneak peek at what’s in store. And get ready to have the most fun with those who matter most.
Mature shade trees. Lush landscaping. A 5-acre fishing pond off your back porch. If reconnecting with nature is on your to-do list, you’re going to love this special release.
Hard to believe, but another year is winding down. We look forward to ringing in 2022, but let’s take a minute to reflect on this past year’s memories together at the lake.
If you aren’t hooked on fishing, you will be soon! We have big plans to make fishing at Long Cove better than ever and are excited to share what’s in store.
If it’s been a while since you’ve visited Long Cove, there’s never been a better time to come back out and experience the community. Long Cove has grown so much over the years and we’d love for you to see what’s new. From concept to creation, Long Cove was once a big idea to create a luxury lakefront community close to Dallas. That big idea has come to fruition and grown into so much more — and it only gets better every season!
This month, we’re shining a spotlight on three of Long Cove’s newest additions. Lauren Giles, Peyton Gorr, and Alexa Fezuk started working with us as interns at the start of summer — and we’re thrilled to have them on the team. We caught up with the terrific trio to talk about their internship experience, aspirations for the future, and more. Be sure to say hello next time you see them around the lake! Read More
In 2019, Long Cove homeowner Karen Northcutt inspired us all with tales of her 11-day trek to Everest Base Camp. A longtime hiker, she completed the 80-mile trek to raise funds for Clean Water Climbs, which repairs water wells in Malawi. Suffice to say, even the craziness of the past year couldn’t keep this Longcovian from crushing goals. Except this time, she’s flexing her skills on the golf course.
No one will dispute that 2020 brought many challenges, but a lot of great things still happened around Long Cove. I want to tell you how much we appreciate your resilience and patience while we managed new health and safety procedures. Although some events had to be shelved, we wrapped up summer with the opening of Henderson Bay Amphitheater and a blowout performance from Pat Green on Labor Way Weekend.
This year has been a rollercoaster. Full of challenges, and sadly for many, loss. Social distancing, quarantines, virtual work, and school… A year ago, who could have imagined how different daily life would now look?