Clow Creek Farm subdivision

Welcome to Clow Creek Farm addition the newest Oak Hill Builders development.

Homesite selection and reservations have started with a completely refundable deposit. We will be starting building new homes early in 2019 with Oak Hill Builders currently being the only builder (in the future we may look forward to partnering with other quality builders). Clow Creek Farm addition boosts highly sought after district 204 addresses and Neuqua High school.  Our latest development is 3/4 of a mile east of route 59 on Book Rd and 103rd Street. Clow Creek Farm subdivision is centrally located with about 6 miles from both downtown Naperville and downtown Plainfield.

Clow Creek Farm subdivision will feature large open green space with a walking path along Clow Creek for residents to enjoy. We are also building a memorial to the Clow family using limestone reserved from the first home the built in the 1850s. Oak Hill Builders purchased the farm from the Clow family in May of 2018 and seek to preserve the families legacy.

The 61 Homes built within Clow Creek Farm subdivision will be semi-custom and custom homes built to suit. We have Standard, Look-out, and Walk-out lots available for reservation now with a fully refundable deposit. Stop by our Model at 2439 Sharon Crt. for more information and to pick out your new homesite.

Oak Hill will start building a new model within the Clow Creek subdivision beginning next year. As always we will showcase the function, quality, and feature of our work that is backed by our 10-year warranty. Stop by today to make your dreams reality!

Clow Creek Farm subdivision
Clow Creek Farm subdivision

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1850’s original Clow Creek Residence

The Clow family’s original residence on Clow Creek Farm was built around the 1850s. The home was made out of rough-cut limestone brought from Joliet. This home was a 1.5 story home where the upstairs was used as a residence and downstairs was used for cattle and livestock. The Clow’s lived this way until a separate barn could be built for livestock. Limestone from this building has been reserved for a monument commemorating the Clow family, as well as give to the Naperville Heritage Society.

1850’s original Barn

Clow Creek Farm’s first dedicated dairy barn was built in the 1850s. It was made out of the same rough-cut limestone brought from Joliet, and used for livestock and as a milk barn. Limestone from this building has been reserved for a monument commemorating the Clow family, as well as give to the Naperville Heritage Society.

1939 Dairy Barn

The dairy barn was built in 1939 with a limestone foundation. In contrast to the earlier building, the beams & supports were machine cut. Over the years expansions, upgrades and annexes were added, bringing it to what you see pictured. All American Reclaim was kind enough to partner with us in recycling a large part of this building.