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A Look Inside Cedar Creek’s Luxurious Long Cove Community

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A Look Inside Cedar Creek’s Luxurious Long Cove Community

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The serene shores of Cedar Creek Lake’s Long Cove community boast endless opportunities for second-home hunters to maximize their cherished free time. Created as a worry-free place to leisure, this resort-style planned community just an hour from Dallas is the work of Don McNamara, whose name you might recognize from his successful development of Cityplace and West Village. McNamara, who has owned a family home next to the property for 20 years, spent 10 years perfecting a plan to make Long Cove the go-to destination for affluent Dallasites, and it seems that it’s working.

A Long Cove lake house. / Photo courtesy of Platinum Series by Mark Molthan
A Long Cove lake house. / Photo courtesy of Platinum Series by Mark Molthan

A long list of amenities up Long Cove’s appeal. Resident Services can facilitate grocery runs, housekeeping, and catering needs. Give your boat valet a call and it’ll be cleaned, fueled, and stocked with ice before you even step foot on your dock. Guests seeking an alternative to water sports can take advantage of on-site golfing, hiking, and biking, or they can just kick back and enjoy live entertainment at the amphitheater. Whether you opt for a waterside cottage, lakefront home, or family compound, the price to make this family fantasy a reality starts at $1 million. HOA fees range from $525 for cottages (includes landscaping maintenance and irrigation) and $325 for custom homes.


By the Numbers

  • 3 miles of scenic hike and bike trails
  • 6 ½ miles of shoreline
  • 8 flavors to choose from at the poolside ice-cream cart
  • 9 holes on the Proving Grounds golf course
  • 16 available building sites
  • 60 families that already call it home
  • 71 miles from Dallas
  • 125-foot waterslide at the Lake Club pool
  • 300 pounds of crawfish boiled at the annual 4th of July Crawfish Bash
  • 1,100 acres to explore


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