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There’s Never Been a Better Time to Live in Washington, Missouri

We at Northern Star Homes are fortunate to build homes in and around our hometown of Washington, Missouri.  Washington is a beautiful, historic river town located in the heart of wine country.  Many people visit Washington to take in the scenery, enjoy fine restaurants, or  — in the Washington Town and Country Fair. 

There’s never been a better time to live in Washington, and Washington has its own sense of community and culture.Of the many reasons to choose WashMO as your hometownrecreation, shopping, parks, trails and a thriving downtown are all reasons people give.  Regardless if this is your first home or you are downsizing in retirement, Washington’s hometown homebuilder, Northern Star Homes, has a home for you. 

The Creek at Koch Farm

is a collection of 35 home sites, situated along three cul de sacs that back to trees. If you are visiting Washington, turn on Rabbit Trail Drive, where you’ll also find the local movie theatre and some great coffee on your way. At the end of Rabbit Trail, you’ll find this collection of new homes along three cul de sac streets. Here you will find plenty of new construction underway, and there are a few home sites still available at this location.

Local Flavor

The Washington area is home to many restaurants, breweries, wineries and distilleries as well as some fabulous and cozy coffee shops and bakeries.  The downtown area also hosts a Farmers Market providing more locally grown options for farm to table.

Stone Bridge

If you get to the end of Rabbit Trail, make a left on Bieker Road and you’ll see the entrance to Stone Bridge.  At The Brooke, home owners have their choice of homesite with a wooded backyard, allowing for maximum backyard privacy.  Koch Cattle Drive winds along The Brooke and offers a picturesque backdrop.  If you turn on Matthias, Stone Bridge Hill looks out to the west, and is known for its stunning sunset views.  These homesites are slighting smaller and most of the homesites are ideal for easy, main floor living.

Stone Bridge is a convenient location for commuters, as its easy to get out to the east side of Washington by traveling east on Bieker, then turning on South Point Road.  Target, Kohl’s, Aldi, fitness centers and plenty of dining options are all right around the corner.  The — Park, known for its walking trail, pickle ball and tennis courts, is all within walking distance.

Washington’s Parks and Walking Trails

Washington’s Parks and walking trails are some of the best, including Lion’s Lake, the All Abilities Par, and the Riverfront Trail. Several walking trails and tennis courts are within walking distance of Northern Star’s communities.

Visit the Parks
Shop and Stroll

Enjoy Historic Downtown Washington

Downtown WashMo hosts many events throughout the year.  The BBQ and Bluesfest in late April features live music, a BBQ competition and Bourbon Tasting over the three day event.  Sunset on the Riverfront is a monthly event featuring live music and local food and beverages.  In May art enthusiasts can look forward to the Art Fair and Winefest, and foodies enjoy the September Farm to Table Event. Downtown WashMo puts on many more events throughout the year, there is something for everyone, including many local shops and boutiques. 

Wanting to build on your own land? We can help.

The area around Washington is equally stunning, so if it’s acreage your interested in, we can help.  With the build on your land option, Northern Star can turn our home dreams into reality.  There are also still one homesite remaining at Barrett’s Prairie on 3+ acres just off Old Hwy 100 East of Washington.   Barrett’s Prairie is just 5 minutes from downtown Washington. 

Previously (and now SOLD OUT) communities include The Overlook, Malvern Hill, Firecrest at Stone Crest, Villas at Stone Crest, Villas at Birch Creek, Holly Hills, and Weber Estates.  Take a drive through these communities and see homes we’ve built in Washington over the last 25 years.