Post-Dispatch featured Sunday November 18, 2018
Main Street Crossing by Payne Family Homes
Winding through the breathtaking hills of Wildwood, keep your eyes wide open. You’ll find a hidden treasure set back off of Highway 109 near 100, connected to Eatherton Road by way of Main Street near Town Center. Hidden right before your eyes in the heart of downtown Wildwood is Main Street Crossing. Main Street Crossing is a jewel of a new home community that serves as a vibrant reminder of yesteryear. Its narrow streets invite a slower step. Colorful, charming architecture extends a warm welcome. Neighbors of all ages greet one another as they stroll the sidewalks and wave to passersby from their decorated porches. New homes feature the remarkable construction quality on which Payne Family Homes has built its reputation.
Floor plans are loaded with built-in luxury and thoughtfully designed to support today’s modern lifestyles. Main Street Crossing is an active, growing community that is designed and constructed by Payne Family Homes with a strong emphasis on promoting a rich quality of life for its residents. Applying New Urban principles and elements of traditional architecture, this single-family community is a reflection of authenticity.
Visit the sales office located inside the newly introduced, fully-furnished Newbury display home at 17018 Main Street. The 2,358-square foot 2-story home features three bedrooms, two and a half baths and a three car with rear alley entrance. The Newbury is part of the wildly popular New Urban collection of homes sold exclusively at Main Street Crossing which is located within the top-rated Rockwood School District. Students attend Eureka High School.
To learn more about exceptional new home values and a limited-time-only money-saving finance buy down, call or text Community Manager Linda Rotter McCarthy at 314-565-8465.