The Meadows Villages
Explore the six villages – Brighton, Foxboro, Greenwich, Lakemont, Mayflower, and Ridgewood.
Greenwich Village was the first of the six Meadows villages. Construction of this Single-Family-Home neighborhood was completed in 1988. There are 76 Single-Family Hampton model units in Greenwich, built around two ponds. The rear of each house overlooks one of the ponds. Each house has three bedrooms, two baths, living/dining room, kitchen with breakfast area, Florida room, laundry room and two-car garage.
Lakemont is the second of the six Meadows villages to be built. This neighborhood contains two-story Townhouses known as Stamfords (quadraplexes ) built in 1988. There are 44 quadraplex Townhouses for a total of 176 family units, each with a combination living / dining room, kitchen, laundry room and half bath downstairs, and two bedrooms and two full baths upstairs. Each unit also has a screened or fenced patio.
Construction of the third of the six Meadows villages was begun in 1989. Its 156 Single-Family Hampton model units are about equally divided between houses built around a pond and those with a privacy wall in their backyard. Each house has three bedrooms, two baths, living/dining room, kitchen with breakfast area, Florida room, laundry room and two-car garage.
Mayflower is the fourth of the six Meadows villages to be built. Construction was started in 1990. There are 130 free standing Single-Family houses, of which 116 are Bedford models and 14 are Carmel models. Both models have three bedrooms, two baths, living/dining room, kitchen with breakfast area, lanai, laundry room and two-car garage. The Carmel model features an open kitchen. The majority of the houses back onto a pond and a small number have a six-foot privacy wall in their back yard.
The fifth of the Meadows six villages was constructed from 1991 to 1992. This neighborhood consists of two types of Patio Homes, the Capri and the Sun Terrace, housing a total of 206 families. Of those, 158 families live in Capris, some built around a pond. The Capri models are duplex units sharing one common wall. The other 48 families occupy Sun Terrace models. Each of these quadraplexes consists of a living/dining room, two bedrooms, kitchen, two baths, utility room and screened patio.
The last of the six Meadows villages is a Patio Home neighborhood consisting of Capri models (duplexes) constructed during the period 1993 to 1994. All 88 single-family Capri units are built around a pond. The Capri models are duplex units sharing one common wall. Their two-car garages face the street and the main entrance to each house is at the side. Each house has two bedrooms, two baths, living/dining room, kitchen, laundry room and screened lanai or optional Florida room/den in addition to the two-car garage.