A happy, friendly neighborhood of spacious homes just minutes from the rejuvenated downtown village of Oswego
Nestled inside the charming village of Oswego, the Churchill Club neighborhood is a residential subdivision known for its family-oriented mindset, tight-knit community, and beautiful homes built between 2004 and 2015 that display both traditional values with a contemporary twist. Churchill Club is within easy distance of much of Oswego’s diverse and expanding commercial district. Tree-lined streets accentuate the peace and beauty of the homes, and well-maintained sidewalks and walking trails serve as the lively paths for strollers, bikes, pets, and pedestrians out for a stroll or a run around the pond.
First developed in 2004, Churchill Club is tucked between U.S. 34 and Wolf’s Crossing Road, filled with immaculate winding streets and well-appointed single-family homes and townhomes ranging from the mid-200,000s to nearly half a million dollars. For the price, buyers can purchase expansive 2-to-6-bedroom homes with full basements, roomy interiors, transitional designs ideal for melding architectural styles, and modern amenities.