Town Creek is nestled off of Kimberly Drive (accessible from South College Street), right past the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Art. Right in the center of town! Part of the vision for Town Creek was for it to be a model for energy efficient design and construction. Home construction in Town Creek was set to meet the highest standard of energy design and sustainability, conserving Natural Resources and saving the homeowner money over the life of the home. Because of this the builders were required to be Green EnergyKey certified.
The Town Creek neighborhood plans allowed for the varying architectural tastes of home-buyers, while upholding substantial covenants and restrictions. Building a community people want to call home requires intentional design that encourages neighborliness while maintaining privacy. From their front porches and up-to-date floor plans, Town Creek home-owners can access walking trails linking Town Creek Park to the east and Auburn University property behind the Jule Collins Smith Museum of Art. The trails, built to Parks and Recreation specifications by the developer, also provide a pedestrian passage linking Cloverleaf neighborhoods to Wrights Mill Rd. The Auburn University Campus is an easy stroll– or a quick shuttle-ride–away. And, in the fall, Town Creek football fans can walk to the stadium.