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How Kingston Hills became Gallagher and Henry’s hottest-selling community of 2022
While Gallagher and Henry’s Kingston Hills community in Homer Glen has long attracted single-family homebuyers, 2022 has been a year unlike any other for the Will County mainstay.
Spurred by diverse housing choices, Gallagher and Henry’s 68-year track record of quality construction, and Homer Glen’s favorable appeal, sales have surged at the 410-acre community in southwest suburban Homer Township.
One major reason for the upswing in activity at Kingston Hills: diverse options.
The latest phase of development at the mature community located near the intersection of Bell Road and 151st Street features dozens of available homesites, including some lots nestled in the rear of the subdivision as well as wooded homesites. And with lot sizes averaging 75-by-100 feet, buyers savor the opportunity to secure a significant plot of land in a picturesque community.
Recent buyers, meanwhile, have taken advantage of Gallagher and Henry’s distinct home plans as well as the trusted homebuilder’s ability to customize floor plans to accommodate each homebuyer’s individual needs and vision. Recent sales at Kingston Hills have included all six of Gallagher and Henry’s Lifestyle Series home plans while buyers are also choosing different elevations and exterior looks.
The diversity of both the homesites and the individual residences provides prospective homebuyers rich optionality and also protects the integrity of the community as well as individual home values.
The Draw of Homer Glen
Gallagher and Henry opened its first phase of construction at Kingston Hills in 1993 and has remained committed to seeing the community remain a vibrant, premium residential destination in Homer Glen. Kingston Hills is fully developed with streetlights and parkway trees as well as Kingston Hills Park and a community biking trail.
Kingston Hills residents can take advantage of everything Homer Glen has to offer, including award-winning schools and its safe, suburban atmosphere. Both Homer Community Consolidated School District 33C and Lockport Township High School District 205 outpace state averages in English Language Arts, Math, and Science proficiency scores.
In the National Citizen Survey, more than 90 percent of Homer Glen residents rated the village as a “good” or “excellent” place to live and raise a family and nine out of 10 residents said they would recommend living in Homer Glen to others. In particular, current residents awarded Homer Glen high marks for safety, ease of travel, K-12 education, and the natural environment.
Interested in learning more about Kingston Hills? The sales office is open Thursday-Sunday from 9am-5pm. To schedule a visit or to request additional information, please contact the Kingston Hills sales office at (708) 301-1999.