Pine Creek featured in ‘shrinking second home’ story on has picked up a story from The Wall Street Journal about “affordable housing for the affluent,” which can be found at Pine Creek Sporting Club in Okeechobee, Florida.

Pine Creek, a hunting community rich with quail and deer, now features less expensive homes for sale – 1,500-square-foot cabins that start at $600,000. Before developer Stephen Myers, Jr., converted a ranch site into 23 cabin sites in September, the least expensive option was a $2 million, 40-acre ranch site and home, Juliet Chung reported for The Wall Street Journal.

Chung continues about Pine Creek:

Private wealth manager Kim Fonseca, of North Palm Beach, Fla., purchased one of the new cabins, paying less than $700,000 for one with three bedrooms. His wife, Nicole, furnished it in a hunting motif. The house has wood beams, slate tile floors and a big moose head over the fireplace.

Since the cabin was completed in March, the Fonsecas have spent nearly every weekend there with their family or friends, and their dogs. Recently, the club’s chef cooked a turkey his son had shot for their dinner.

With a smaller house, “I can lock it and leave” instead of keeping a staff on-site, says Fonseca, 55.

Pine Creek’s cabins feature lakefront property at the edge of a nature preserve. Founded as a premier Florida hunt club, Pine Creek includes a wide variety of wildlife: whitetail deer, Osceola turkey, quail, dove, sandhill crane, wildhog and more than 400 species of birds.