What are the defining features of each neighborhood?
Jerome Village has approximately 1000 homes completed in 18 neighborhoods that create a cohesive and diverse community. All of the neighborhoods include American Architecture, encourage front porch living and a walkable environment. In order to create diversity, each neighborhood has distinct features and is differentiated by lot sizes, builders and price ranges.
How do I find a home?
At Jerome Village you have a choice. You can build the home of your dreams or move right into one of the many beautiful move-in ready homes currently available for purchase.
If you want to start touring homes at Jerome Village, visit the model homes section of the website. There you will find a model map available for download, model addresses and open hours. Schedule an appointment with a builder or start a self-guided tour. Or, to view move-in ready homes, visit the For Sale section.
How do I start building my dream home?
Contact any of the Jerome Village builders directly to find more information on lot availability, pricing and home plans.
Which schools will my child attend?
Currently, children that live at Jerome Village will attend Abraham Depp Elementary School, Grizzell or Eversole Run Middle School and Jerome High School. Visit the Dublin City School site to determine your elementary school.
Will there be schools built in Jerome Village? If so, when will they be built?
Jerome Village has set aside approximately 56 acres for the Dublin City School District. The first parcel, a 43-acre site donated by Jerome Village, is located at the intersection of Hyland-Croy and Ravenhill Parkway. The Abraham Depp Elementary School is now open with the Eversole Run Middle School slated to open in the fall for the 2021-2022 school year.
What is planned for the future at Jerome Village?
Jerome Village’s master-plan includes two Dublin City Schools (see details above). Plans also call for a second community center featuring a large fitness center and pool, and commercial development.
What features does Jerome Village Community offer?
What associations and fees does Jerome Village have?
HOMEOWNERS ASSOCIATION (HOA) – The purpose of the HOA is to provide residents with well-maintained common areas within each neighborhood, including the care of the entries, green spaces, utilities, ponds, fences and other features. Fee: Each resident is a part of a Residential Property Owner’s Association and may be subject to an additional association fee or sub association fee based on neighborhood, including condominiums and patio homes. View the neighborhood’s page for more details.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY (CDA) – The purpose of the CDA is for the funding, ownership and maintenance of certain infrastructure improvements (such as roads, streets, sanitary sewers and waterlines) and certain amenities (such as parks, open spaces and community facilities). Fee: Rate of 9.5 mils – $332.50 per $100,000 of market value.
COMMUNITY CENTER – The purpose of the fee associated with the Community Center is to cover the operating expenses including the building, grounds, fitness center and pool. Fee: The 2021 resident fee is $399.34.
What architectural styles can be found at Jerome Village?