Whitehouse Meadows Subdivision: Affordable And Comfortable Country Living

Whitehouse Meadows, a new, in-town subdivision, offers affordable country living. Located only a half mile from downtown Whitehouse, the subdivision includes private access to the Wabash Cannonball Hike & Bike Trail, where residents can enjoy a quick walk to town for dinner, ice cream, morning coffee and more.

Residents can choose to live on a private emerald lake, on a tree lined lot, near the hiking trail, or in a more traditional location. With only 45 lots in the subdivision and two cul-de-sacs, the intimate community features minimal traffic.

Several spec houses are currently for sale, with buildable lots still available. There are also a variety of floor plans to choose from, all featuring open floor plans, high-quality craftsmanship, and contemporary designs. Find stately ranch-style houses with water views, covered patios, and more in these attractive single-family homes. Artisan CraftBuilt Homes is producing optional barrier free properties for those who may need accessibility now or sometime in the future.

The new construction homes are built by the trusted Premier Builders and Artisan Craftbuilt Homes. For more information, contact Judy Miller, a Danberry Real Estate Agent, at 567-868-3693 or email judymiller@danberry.com for all your Real Estate Needs.

Tana & Stu

Testimonial from Tana & Stu:

We love our new home in Whitehouse Meadows. It is so quiet and peaceful — you hear birds singing and frogs croaking! Being on the bike trail is another bonus and we have enjoyed many hours biking the trail and riding to downtown Whitehouse, which offers a variety of shops and restaurants.

We are so happy that we made the move!

Rt. 24 W to Exit 63 Whitehouse. Waterville/Swanton Rd. to Waterville St. to Wabash which turns into Heller. Whitehouse Meadows will be on the right in less than 1/4 mile.

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