(The following is a sponsored post for the Chicago Tribune's Fall 2010 Festival of Homes.)
True to its name, Churchill Club in Oswego boasts a horse farm theme and a serene country setting centering on its clubhouse of approximately 8,400 square feet. Residents will enjoy the community's fitness center and game room, as well as its junior Olympic pool and children's splash and play area.
Churchill Club is in its final phase of sales, and two series of single-family homes are currently offered. The Arlington Series is base-priced from $199,995, while the Derby Series is priced from $245,995.
"Churchill Club offers a variety of value-priced homes for first-time buyers and those moving up to more space and luxuries," said Donna Zizek, director of marketing. "With the community in its final phase, we encourage those who are interested in well-designed and constructed homes in a recreational community to visit and make their purchases soon."
The Derby Series features a ranch and five two-story plans with many choices for buyers. The homes range in size from 1,865 to 3,544 square feet, and are priced from $245,995. The final Derby model home is for sale and is available for quick delivery.
Geared to family living, Churchill Club offers many other possibilities in addition to the clubhouse and pool. Walking and bicycling paths wind through the community while the Oswegoland Park District offers soccer fields, tennis, basketball and sand volleyball courts among other amenities.
Churchill Club is served by Oswego District 308 schools including an on-site elementary school and a new high school within one-fourth of a mile. Commuters will appreciate the proximity of nearby highways, including Route 59, I-55 and I-80. Shopping and other services are just minutes away.
"Prices and interest rates are affordable and we anticipate that many new buyers will discover the pleasures of living at Churchill Club this fall," Zizek said.
A trusted builder in Chicago for over 52 years, Town and Country Homes, a
K. Hovnanian company, is currently building homes for first-time and move-up buyers in eight neighborhoods throughout the Chicagoland suburbs.
To visit Churchill Club, take Interstate 88 to Eola Road exit, south on Eola Road to U.S. Highway 34 (Ogden Avenue), west on Route 34 to 5th Street, left on 5th Street to Yoakum Boulevard, left on Yoakum to Preakness Drive.
Call 630-551-4332 or visit TownAndCountryHomes.com for more information.