It’s reassuring to know that the Emerald Lake estate is completely fenced and secure. The front of the property (facing east) has a 6-ft. wrought iron fence that is 3,300-ft. long and has four entry gates. These gates include the main gate entrance on Diamond Oaks Dr., a secondary entrance on Emerald Oaks Dr., and two service entrances, one on each end of the wrought iron fence. Over 30 Live Oak trees were planted parallel to the wrought iron fence to further define the estate frontage.
Two 2,200-ft. three-railed wooden fences (north and south sides) attach to each end of the wrought iron fence and continue down the property line to Walnut Creek. Eucalyptus trees run the entire length of the wooden fence line. Across the creek, a four-stringed barbed wire fence continues all along the back property line (facing west) and butts up to the two wooden fences. There is a 6-ft. clearing easement along the entire fence line for maintenance and security.