Surrounded by state parks, panoramic views overlooking an iconic 3-mile trout stream are the centerpiece of a residential community with first-class amenities and vast recreational options that is being created in the Mountains of Northeastern Pennsylvania, just 90 minutes from Philadelphia.
Graystones Preserve is situated on nearly 4,000 acres offering only 73 expansive homesites, with a handful remaining. The Preserve presents an exceptional opportunity to own property and build-to-suit in an extraordinary, private sanctuary with access limited to the owners, their families, and their accompanied guests.
Carefully designed amenities will complement the Preserve’s natural offerings, providing a luxury experience for Preserve owners and their guests.
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For the outdoor enthusiast activities will abound, including hiking, riding, and mountain biking trails, as well as professionally designed skeet, trap, and sporting clay ranges. Additionally, owners will have exclusive access, via collective ownership, to a world-class trout stream, comfortable master suites, clubhouse, fitness center, pool, and game room.
With sustainability in mind, an expertly planned and tended organic flower and vegetable garden will offer farm-to-table access to a robust assortment of fruits and vegetables.
While owners are able to choose any architect they wish, the Preserve has vetted three eminent architectural firms from Philadelphia, New York City and Vail, all with extraordinary portfolios emphasizing homes that let the outside in.
Homesites, including collective ownership of the Preserve, range from $600,000 to $850,000 with modest annual dues. The right to select a homesite can now be reserved by an escrowed deposit and reservation agreement.
Graystones Preserve was designed by conservationists and experienced real estate entrepreneurs Mike Holland and Walter Altholz. Together, Mr. Holland, a Wharton Grad engineer, entrepreneur and retired Olympic athlete and Mr. Altholz, who has broad experience in the real estate and hospitality industries are bringing their vision of a low density, conservation-oriented, limited-access community to life in this self-sustaining enclave.
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