Tera Miranda Shores offers lake living, in a grand style

04/20/2014 12:00 AM

04/17/2014 9:43 AM

Is now the time to improve your lifestyle? Purchase the weekend lake home you always wanted? If the answer is yes, look no further than Tera Miranda Shores on Grand Lake in Oklahoma.

The visionaries who bring you Loch Lloyd Country Club, The National Golf Club of Kansas City and Sporting KC have created a special place just three hours from Kansas City.

“We have created a carefree lifestyle in a private gated community with all the amenities you would want in a lake house,” said to Dale Brouk of FiveStar Lifestyles.

Once you arrive and the gates close, the stress of everyday life vanishes and you begin to enjoy the amenities that include walking trails, a zero-entry pool, a children’s splash pool, children’s playground, health club and amenity building. Within a five-minute golf cart ride you can dine at one of Grand Lake’s finest casual lakefront restaurants, The Quarterdeck, or be on your boat to watch the sunset while on Grand Lake.

In addition to these amenities, Tera Miranda Shores also offers homebuyers maintenance for their boats, a ship store, boat ramps, on-site fueling station and 10 fully remodeled lodges so they and their guests can enjoy everything Tera Miranda has to offer.

As you enter Tera Miranda Shores you will notice the well appointed entry monuments, meticulous landscaping, Oklahoma Craftsmen architecture and well maintained exteriors. You feel a level of comfort, knowing as an owner you never have to take time out of your life to paint your home; repair the roof; fix or clean gutters; or mow, mulch, trim and fertilize your lawn.

The landscaping and exterior finishes are just the beginning; walk in the front door and you will see quality throughout, the marketing team said. You will find high ceilings, large expanses of windows and efficient living spaces with the kitchen, great room and master suite on one level. The homes feature custom cabinetry, granite counter tops, hardwood floors and exquisite tile work.

It is hard to imagine leaving Tera Miranda Shores, but golfing enthusiasts will have to make the short 10-minute drive to Shangri-La Golf Club and Resort (


). The resort boasts 27 championship holes, a full-service clubhouse, casual and fine dining and a golf experience second to none in the Grand Lake region. If you love golf, this should be on your bucket list.

If you do not want to drive to play golf, you can take your boat on a short 10-minute cruise across Grand Lake to Patricia Island Golf Club (


) or 15 minutes down Grand Lake to Shangri-la where they will pick you up at the dock in a golf cart and take you to the first tee.

Tera Miranda Shores is located on Grand Lake in the northeastern corner of Oklahoma. The three-hour drive from downtown Kansas City takes you south on Interstate 49, west on Interstate 44 until you exit on U.S. 59. Once off Interstate 44, it is an easy 15-minute drive on U.S. 59 to Route 125. Winding around on narrow streets to get to your lake home is a thing of the past when you become part of Tera Miranda Shores.

Grand Lake was created in 1939 with the construction of The Pensecola Dam. The dam created a lake with 46,500 surface area acres providing the boater with a large main channel. This wide, open channel gives the boater a sense of freedom when on the lake versus the layout of other lakes in the area which have many coves and narrow channels. Grand Lake continues to gain in popularity for the boating enthusiasts.

“Grand Lake reminds me of Lake of the Ozarks about 25 years ago,” Brouk said. “At Grand Lake you can enjoy the lake without any concern for over-crowding, even on holiday weekends.”

“Why Tera Miranda, why now?” he said. “We have three models ready for occupancy ranging in price from $199,900 to $429,900. Purchase one of the models and enjoy the summer on us.”

The “Summer on Us” package includes dockage, Quarterdeck Restaurant gift cards, HOA dues and golf.

“Call us to find out how you can become a resident of Tera Miranda Shores,” Brouk said.


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