The Meadows

Palm City
  • 2550 SW Waterfall Boulevard
    Palm City, FL 34990

The Meadows at Martin Downs is a residential development located in Palm City, Florida. The 832 units at The Meadows are divided into 6 neighborhoods or Villages -- Greenwich, Lakemont, Mayflower, Brighton, Foxboro and Ridgewood -- consisting of single-family homes, duplexes, 4 unit townhouses, and 4 unit patio homes.

The Meadows is a gated community with round-the-clock security. The community provides for its residents a large heated swimming pool, a kiddies' pool, a children's playground adjacent to the pool, a basket ball hoop, 3 lighted tennis courts, a horseshoe pit and 2 bocce courts. Near the entrance of the Meadows, between the gatehouse and the fountain, is a 2200 square foot recreation center, known as The Meadows House, which also houses the administrative offices of The Meadows Homeowners Association.

Divosta started construction on the site known as The Meadows in 1988.  In 1989 a Single Family Home area , now part of Brighton Village, was started with the Hampton model.  In 1991 a Multiple Family area, now known as Ridgewood Village, was started with the first Sun Terrace building, a four unit Patio Home. Also built here was the first section of Capri homes, a two family patio home.  In 1990 another Single Family Home area, Mayflower Village, was started, offering the Bedford model.  In 1992 a new Single Family Home model known as a Carmel was added to the nearly built Mayflower Village. Only thirteen (13) of these homes were built.  In 1992 a second section of Capri homes was built in Ridgewood Village.  In 1993-1994, Foxboro Village was constructed with Capri Homes.

In July of 1993 Divosta, who until then ran the Homeowners Association, turned over control of the Homeowners Association to the homeowners' elected Board of Directors which then took over the management and maintenance of the 6 Meadows villages.

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