Flowers Mill (formally, The Villages of Flowers Mill) is a gated, Active Adult (55-plus) subdivision of residences including detached singles, townhomes, and semi-attached twin carriage homes. They were built primarily from 1999 through 2003 by Realen Homes and McGrath Builders.
Access to the Flowers Mill community is from Wood Road or Flowers Mill Road onto Shasta Road, Wood Road onto Bellflower Road, or Wood Road onto Goldfields Avenue;
Adjacent to the subdivision are the Middletown Township Municipal Complex and the Shoppes at Flowers Mills shopping center.
Realen built 240+ single homes from 1,432 to 2,117 square feet and 130+ carriage homes (twins) measuring almost 1,600 square feet; also 20 villas ranging from 1,833 to 2,156 square feet. McGrath built more than 250 townhomes.
All floorplans have 2 bedrooms and at least two baths. Many have 2-car garages.
What's it Like to Live in Flowers Mill?
Flowers Mill attracts seniors who want to downsize and adopt an easier lifestyle — no grass to mow; no snow to shovel. Also they often come wanting to be closer to family or the opportunity to make new friends and enjoy the activities of a 55+ community ... or all of the above.
The community center offers myriad activities (a variety of clubs, social avtivities, events and games). And of course the indoor and outdoow swimming pools can be enjoyed by all, in any weather.
There are quite a number of homeowners who have attacted family members (brothers, sisters, cousins) and friends to move to Flowers Mill.
The community's superior location rates high on reasons homeowners choose to live here - walking distance to shopping, banks, and restaurants; a very short drive to exceptional medical facilities, entertainment, trains to New York City and Philadelphia, as well as easy access to regional and international airports.
Some homeowners claim Flowers Mill feels like a neighborhood in which they grew up; where neighbors not only know one another but also look in on each other, help each other, and keep each other up‑to‑date with news and other information.
Value-minded owners especially appreciate the very reasonable monthly HOA fees compared to other 55+ adult communities This is made possible because there are so many homes (675) that contribute the cost of maintenance and amenities plus the remarkable number of homeowners who actively share, working together iat self‑governing and clubhouse activities.
Bellflower Road • Black Eyed Susan Road • Blue Flax Lane • Bluebonnet Road • Daylily Drive • Goldfields Avenue • Lady Slipper Lane • Persimmon Lane • Poppy Court • Rockcress Way • Sagebrush Lane • Shasta Road • Starflower Lane • Sugarberry Lane • Sweet Pea Lane • Sweet William Way • Tupelo Lane • Yarrow Way • Zinnia Way