Coeur D’Alene, Ida. – The Club at Rock Creek, a private golf and lifestyle community set against the backdrop of beautiful Lake Coeur d’Alene, has unveiled architectural renderings for its initial release of real estate opportunities. The floor plans for the two and three-bedroom cabins offer residents a choice between traditional and modern aesthetics, with a fresh yet timeless architectural style that blends perfectly with the landscape’s natural beauty.
“Each home has been positioned to capture premium views. The unique architectural style plays an important role in blending each home into the natural environment,” said Randy Campbell, a local builder who has completed over 300 custom luxury homes. “Together they create a new upscale mountain community full of the quiet and peace of country living.”
The luxuriously appointed cabins offer plenty of room for relaxed living in a lush, hillside community. Numerous oversized windows, floor to ceiling in some cases, have been positioned with care to afford owners optimal, expansive views of the beautiful landscape at The Club at Rock Creek.
The rustic cabins incorporate the use of artisan-crafted features, custom-built alder doors and handpicked, natural stone from local mountain slides. In addition, the cabins’ granite countertops reflect a Rocky Mountain palette and the local geological cycle. The modern cabins rely on upscale steel supports rather than traditional timbers, employ a stained and polished concrete flooring and feature premium plumbing and lighting fixtures to complement the property’s contemporary style.
“These beautiful cabins encapsulate what life is like at The Club at Rock Creek. They are open, spacious, luxurious and embedded in an unparalleled natural setting, one that provides any number of outdoor, family-oriented recreational opportunities,” said Bill Foley, Managing Director and Developer of The Club at Rock. “And, while they will be outfitted with the most luxurious of amenities, we are very committed to extensive value engineering, resulting in cabins which represent an incredible value.”