Homes for Sale in Coldstream, Lake Linganore
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- Lot Size8,276 sqftHome Size1,926 sq ftBeds4 bedsBaths3 bathsYear Built1999Days on MarketN/A
- Lot Size7,840 sqftHome Size2,796 sq ftBeds4 bedsBaths4 bathsYear Built1993Days on MarketN/A
- Lot Size30,056 sqftHome Size6,200 sq ftBeds5 bedsBaths6 bathsYear Built2018Days on MarketN/A
- Lot Size2,178 sqftHome Size1,200 sq ftBeds4 bedsBaths3 bathsYear Built1920Days on MarketN/A
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Coldstream is one of the original communities developed in the Villages of Eaglehead, Lake Linganore since 1968.
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This half-mile long concrete structure is suspended 12-feet above the water along the steep northern shoreline of Lake Linganore. It was originally built as a part of the Eaglehead sewer system, though it no longer is, and was designed to minimize environmental impact and preserve the trees and the sloping northern shoreline of Lake Linganore. The design incorporated a walkway on top of the structure, which made it a unique part of the community’s trail system. Four other shorter esplanade sections were built along the lake where sewer lines needed to be installed but creeks and other aspects of the natural setting needed to be preserved.
Located next to the Lake Linganore Association office building, these gardens were planted by residents with grants provided by the MaryLandscapes 2000 program. The gardens were developed to showcase various native plants and to promote native plant landscaping as a means of saving water and preserving the area’s natural plants. The three types of gardens featured are: the Water Conservation Garden, the Suburban Garden, and the Natural Garden.
The 70-foot long bridge, a part of Eaglehead’s trail system that connects the villages of Pinehurst and Westwinds, was given to the LLA by Frederick County. The steel structure was originally installed in the early 1900s in the western section of Frederick County on Harmony Road. When the bridge was condemned to vehicular traffic, Frederick County salvaged it as a part of its historic bridge program. The structure was restored and reconstructed by LLA maintenance staff from 2003 to 2004.