Limestone Creek to get an additional 85 new houses at Reserve at Jupiter

JUPITER — Clara Barnes remembers a time when her Limestone Creek neighborhood was generally woods.  

Over the past four a long time, Barnes has witnessed important expansion in the group, a traditionally Black Jupiter neighborhood north of Indiantown Highway,such as the building of the Els Heart of Excellence for pupils with autism.  

She is getting ready for far more development and alter as a new household neighborhood is remaining constructed near her house on Limestone Creek Highway.

Texas-primarily based builder D.R. Horton is building the Reserve at Jupiter, a neighborhood of 85 solitary-relatives houses on 21.1 acres that it purchased in December.

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The local community will be the 2nd in latest years that D.R. Horton has manufactured in the Limestone Creek place. It also built properties in Stonewood Reserve, a development of two-tale households two blocks south of wherever the Reserve will rise.  

Clara Barnes has lived in home since 1979. She will be surrounded by homes in the Reserve at Jupiter on Limestone Creek Road.

Barnes, who has lived in Limestone Creek since 1979, explained she is not stunned to see the neighborhood of scaled-down, a person-tale residences improve and change.

“I’ve been anticipating this for some several years,” reported Barnes, 81. “I knew one day it was likely to occur and I feel it’s terrific. I really don’t have any issues.” 

“I know at some issue issues are going to modify. I know it is not heading to continue to be the very same, I’m rather certain about that. But if it is a alter for the greater, it would be fantastic.”