Meadow Pines Estates, Freeburg, IL
Meadow Pines is our latest, uniquely designed subdivision development completed in December 2018. The subdivision consists of 96 lots and will bring to life new homes, engaging neighbors, and monetary value of a new subdivision.
Located 20 miles from St. Louis in Freeburg, Illinois, Meadow Pines offers the charm and community of small town living within reach of metropolitan amenities. In addition, Meadow Pines will symbolize its name with a frontage shrouded in pine trees atop a privacy berm, wood lines to the east and west, quiet farmland to the south, rustic culture stone entrances, power lines removed from the landscape, and public water and sewer delivered throughout.
About Meadow Pines
Meadow Pines consists of 96 lots for single-family homes.
The development is expected to occur in 1 to 4 phases.
Phase 1 consists of 29 lots, which completed and available for purchase.
Dates for completing future phases have not been established.
Freeburg school districts.
Public water, sewer, electric and gas.
High speed internet and cable.
No homeowner association fees.
Architectural control committee maintains authority over construction and specifications but with an accommodative approach.
Home builder selection options include Klemme Construction, a builder from our featured builders list, or bring your own builder, subject to approval.
KEY COVENANTS AND RESTRICTIONS OVERVIEW
Provides future owners with flexibility but requires common limitations of residential subdivisions to preserve all homeowners' enjoyment.
Single-family homes used exclusively for residential purposes.
Minimum 1,400 SF and 1,600 SF living area for single story and multi-story home, respectively.
Attached 2 car garage required, no detached buildings.
Certain construction materials and harmonious designs are required.
A list of featured builders.
Additional home designs and styles to select from or to inspire personalized designs.
Expected start and completion dates for additional development phases.
Shown below is a snapshot of the preliminary plat for the entire subdivision and the plat for Phase 1. While major changes are not expected, the preliminary plat does not provide final dimensions, boundaries, or locations of lots. The final plat will be published upon government approvals.