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?
Longcovians have been taking each day as it comes during the pandemic. We all seem to be juggling new schedules and wearing many hats – like teacher, short order cook, and professional dog walker. We caught up with a few Long Cove families to chat about their experiences and life lessons so far.
Longcovians are a special bunch and we love nothing more than getting to know families in the community. We caught up with a few Long Cove families to chat about life on (and off) the lake, how they named and designed their lake home, and more. Enjoy getting to know your neighbors and be sure to say hello next time you see them out and about.
It goes without saying that Longcovians are an impressive bunch. From creatives to philanthropists and CEOs, the Long Cove community is full of interesting personalities with a wide range of talents.
The very definition of #goals, Karen Northcutt is the latest homeowner inspiring us to get out and do something spectacular. She’s fresh off an 11-day trek to Everest Base Camp, which Long Cove proudly helped to sponsor. And while she says she still hasn’t processed the magnitude of her accomplishment, she’s happy to be back at the lake, recuperating and reflecting on the experience.
Dear Long Cove Homeowners,
Some of you may remember me from the early days of Long Cove. As Director of Sales & Marketing, I was part of the founding development team to bring Don McNamara’s vision of a luxury lakefront community to life. After stepping away for a few years to run my own company, I joined Compass Real Estate. Recently I was presented with this exciting opportunity, so I’ve left Compass to rejoin the Long Cove team as President of Long Cove Realty.
It might be time to make Cupid an honorary Longcovian. From last year’s first-ever Long Cove wedding to the recent engagement of Jane Pinkston and Trey Laidlaw, son of homeowners Don and Suzanne Laidlaw, love is truly in the air.
They say life’s good, but it’s better at the lake. We like to think life’s best at Long Cove.
Weekend retreats are ah-mazing year-round. But there’s nothing better than a long weekend at the lake in the heat of summer. The sun’s shining, prime time’s on deck, and we’re gearing up for an unforgettable season with family, friends, and fellow Longcovians.
Think life at the lake couldn’t get any sweeter? Think again, Longcovians. Thanks to a new partnership with Prep My Lakehouse, our list of concierge services is longer than ever.
Memories are made at Long Cove—and that’s no cliché. Longcovians love to celebrate birthdays, holidays, and milestones in between at the lake. And we live for every minute, striving to do our part to make each celebration as special as possible.
When early Longcovians Sharon and Dwight Mankin bought their cottage in 2014, they envisioned a second home that would serve as the backdrop to family memories for generations to come.
Happy Holidays, Longcovians!
We bring you good tidings. More specifically, news of our most exciting Homeowner Referral Program to date, rolling out this month. With incentives like helicopter rides from Big D to the lake and a charter through Nantucket, Martha’s Vineyard, and Newport, there are more reasons than ever to brush up on your ambassadoring skills and engage in a little friendly competition with your Long Cove neighbors.
Have you ever walked past your neighbor’s lake house and wondered how it got its name? At Long Cove, one of the joys of joining the community is choosing a unique name for your new home. It’s a Long Cove tradition—and from family nicknames to places of significance, each is as unique as the family behind it.
Welcome to our new blog. There’s always something happening at Long Cove and we want to make sure you’re in the loop. Consider this your destination for information on new developments and amenities, highlights and special events, spotlights on fellow neighbors, and more.