About White Oak Commons
White Oak Commons is the perfect community for those 55 and older, who want to own a beautiful custom crafted home with style, while enjoying the convenience of low maintenance housing. At White Oak Commons, we build luxurious modern prairie style homes, with seven different elevations and floor plans to suit anyone’s needs. Our homes include custom woodwork, granite countertops, and stone and cement board siding. All of our homes also include several upgrade options, including fireplaces, four-season rooms, and custom designer colors.
White Oak Commons is located in the beautiful Indiana countryside near the town of Trafalgar. Trafalgar has a wonderful small town feel with quick access to larger shopping and businesses with a short drive east to I-65. Just northeast of Trafalgar is Franklin, Indiana. Franklin is home to historic Franklin College, as well as a variety quaint artisan shops and rich history. Potential residents will have no problem accessing all that Franklin and Trafalgar have to offer when purchasing their new home at White Oak Commons. Also, Indianapolis is only a quick 24 miles north and home to the Colts, Indians baseball, and Indianapolis Museum of Art just to name a few!
White Oak Construction
White Oak Commons was constructed by non other than White Oak Construction. For over 30 years, White Oak Construction has provided home and business owners a variety of quality interior and exterior construction, improvement, repair and remodeling services. Our business consists of a team of expertly trained employees ready to provide you unmatched quality, and most importantly, excellent customer service.
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