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Hill and Dale
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The homes of Hill and Dale Country Club are nestled into X# of rolling acres, secluded from the hustle and bustle of the nearby town and city. Great schools, lots of shopping, and easy commuting to major urban areas add to the charm of living in a private community threaded with country roads, private facilities and an easy going attitude.
Most of the 140+ homes in H&D were built as summer retreats in the late 1920s and feature fireplaces, large screened porches and lots of green space. Over the years, as transportation improved and commuting to nearby urban areas became easier, residents winterized their homes and settled permanently in the community. In fact, there are second and third generation families still enjoying H&D and the surrounding communities of Kent and Carmel.
Now, over four miles of “trails” connect residents and the recreation areas. The hub of activity is Palmer Lake, named after the community’s founder. Here, homeowners and their guests enjoy seasonal swimming under the supervision of a licensed lifeguard, kayaking and canoeing, catch-and-release fishing and just relaxing on the beach.
Lydia Park, surrounding the lake, is home to the multi-use field where ball games, tag sales, Frisbee throws and other activities spring up. A tennis court, basketball half-court and toddlers’ playground are open to all residents.
The association’s Board of Directors, made up of homeowner volunteers, is charged with the smooth running of common property maintenance, including recreation, roads, sanitation and landscaping.
Here, in Hill and Dale Country Club, a gentler, quieter way of life is just quick turn off a convenient road, onto a green trail, to a home in the country.
Our Lake Community