“Red Roof House”-Emerald Oaks-Deep Creek Lake CLASS

Betsy Holcomb

 "Red Roof House"-Emerald Oaks-Deep Creek Lake CLASS

“Red Roof House”-Emerald Oaks-Deep Creek Lake CLASS. Emerald Oaks, Deep Creek Lake’s esteemed landmark home is the epitome of custom-built! This waterfront masterpiece boasts six estate-sized bedrooms each finished in a different wood species. Flowing floorplan with extraordinary finishes: curly maple kitchen, timber beam & truss ceilings and amethyst/tiger/marble/onyx handpicked fireplace stones. You will enjoy panoramic water views from this mountainside iconic home!

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Site and View:  It is not easy to locate a special building site at Deep Creek Lake – one that has nearly 350’ of lakefront instead of 100’…one that has 5.29 acres instead of ½ – 1 acre and especially…one that has an unobstructed view of Deep Creek Lake.  Six parcels make-up this one-of-a-kind gem, which includes a vacant lakefront lot for added privacy or future expansion.  The detached 24 x 26 two-story garage sits on one of the rear sites and is great for storage.

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It took a special person, one who was a real estate developer and as astute a purchaser, to assemble this estate with all of these special features.

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As you walk through Emerald Oaks and admire the use of native wood species utilized in the finishing of this home, it is easy to understand that only a timber baron could have assembled such a variety of local and rare hardwoods.  Now you can enjoy the natural warmth and beauty of wood in each room, while gaining a continual appreciation of these natural resources.  Some of the extravagant and beautiful woods used in the interior finishing include: oak, curly maple, sourwood, butternut, ash, wormy chestnut, hickory and cherry.  Each bedroom is dressed in a different species to showcase the unique wood grains and give them their own special feel.

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Stop for a moment and enjoy the kitchen cabinetry, built from curly maple and understand what you’re seeing.  Curly maple is not a species of wood, but rather a rare phenomenon that occurs in only 2% of maple trees.  The ripples in the grain pattern create the three-dimensional effect.  This wood is so special that you will usually find it in works of art or in the construction of guitars and violins.  In fact, one of its nicknames (fiddleback maple) originates from the fact that the backs and sides of violins were made from it.

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Energy efficiency:  Although the size and uniqueness of the property makes it appear as though no expense was spared in the construction, it is amazing to understand the original owner’s frugality when it came to recurring energy costs.  The geothermal heating system and “in floor” heat distribution were all designed to make annual energy consumption as low as possible.  As an auxiliary system, the whole house generator runs on propane and serves as a wonderful back-up alternative.

 

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