What are the defining features of each neighborhood?
Jerome Village has a variety of 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.
Jerome Village 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 and Eversole Run Middle School are now open.
What features does Jerome Village Community offer?
What associations and fees does Jerome Village have?
COMMUNITY CENTER –
The Community Center Charge supports operating expenses for community amenities including the community center building and staff, fitness center, and aquatic facilities, and the bike trail system including landscaping, maintenance, and mosquito control. The fee is based on budgeted operating costs and is subject to increase each year by a percent not to exceed the Consumer Price Index (CPI) for that year. With a 3.35% increase to the CPI, the 2024 fee will be $470.25 per household, billed annually in February.
The Residential Property Owners Association (HOA)
The Residential Property Owners Association (HOA) is for the expenses of maintaining neighborhood common areas including common area entries and fences, mowing and fertilizing, mulching and pruning trees, and snow removal and plowing where applicable. This fee is based on budgeted operating costs. The 2024 fee is $365.00, the annual fee is billed in February.
* The following neighborhoods have additional assessments for specialized services: Gardenia, Rock Rose Place (billed by Rock Rose HOA), Plum Ridge Place, Canby Court (billed by Bob Webb), Eversole Woods (billed by Romanelli and Hughes) and Cottages at Verbena (billed by Schottenstein Homes).
* There is no HOA assessment for owners in the Courtyards at Jerome Village or Courtyards at Hyland Run as fees are assessed by Epcon Communities for services provided.
Note: An Assessed Valuation Charge is included on property tax bills from Union County. Fees are based on your assessed property value. Newer households may be mailed an invoice from the CDA for this charge.
What architectural styles can be found at Jerome Village?