The community of Aberdeen has been designed to complement and enhance the natural beauty of Timberlake Farm. Steeped in history, Timberlake Farm was an equestrian center, home to horses bred and raised in the dense woods and pastoral rolling hills.
Timberlake farm’s idyllic past has not been forgotten. Today at Aberdeen, nature still takes the lead. Our team of architects, planners, and landscape engineers carefully follow.
Lawson Creek winds throughout the Aberdeen community. Residents will also delight in the neighborhood parks, play fields, and walking trails.
The Course at Aberdeen is a truly great course that stands the test of time. The 18-hole championship course is a public, daily fee course and has been designed specifically for Aberdeen. Its multiple tees, wide landing areas, and rigorous bunkers offer a challenge to golfers of all abilities. It is an aesthetic affirmation of the timeless beauty inherent in a course design that is in harmony with nature and the surrounding community.
For a golfer, The Course at Aberdeen is a superb test of ability. For a neighboring home owner, it’s a wonderful morning sunrise over a misty fairway, a cool breeze rustling the trees.
Set amidst the rolling hills, rich green forests, and meandering streams of Aberdeen, Timberlake Farms, was once a dairy farm, a comfortable hunting lodge and home to thoroughbred horses.
Today, more than 100 years later, the old farmhouse has been beautifully restored and renamed The Inn at Aberdeen. The old stables are now a neighborhood restaurant and pub, an ideal gathering place where neighbors can become friends.
The Village Center graced by the beautiful Aberdeen fountain, also includes a business complex created to preserve the historical flavor of the original farm buildings.
Of course, you can’t help but be charmed by the two chapels. One which served as the original Aberdeen Welcome center is now housed by a family owned insurance company. The other which serves as a wedding chapel and is operated by the Aberdeen Manor, a wedding and banquet facility.
At the heart of the Village Center is a manicured park where concerts are held in the summer and residents can enjoy throughout the seasons.
The good life is more than just a spectacular course. You also want luxury, amenities, recreation, and natural beauty. Some of the enhanced neighborhood offerings that Aberdeen residents can enjoy include: A community park with Concerts on the Green, tennis, basketball, soccer, softball, pool, and playground.
The residential offerings of Aberdeen are tastefully laid out in a low-density fashion with compelling views of mature trees, waterscapes, and golf course.
For those seeking a maintenance free lifestyle, the Highland Villas, the Cottages, and the Manor Homes offer community living with common services.
The Greens and Fairways are centrally located close to the pool and parks, making recreational and family enjoyment a shared focus in those neighborhoods.
The Highlands, the Links, and the soon to be developed Heather each have most homesites bordering the edge of the course.
For those seeking the highest degree of luxury and security, in the gated area of the Woods and the Preserves you will find some of Valparaiso’s most spectacular architecturally designed homes build to compliment the natural landscape.
Aberdeen is minutes from downtown Valparaiso, which features Central Park Plaza, award-winning restaurants, shopping, and the V-Line bus service.
Students attend Heavilin Elementary, Ben Franklin Middle School and Valparaiso High School. We are also minutes from Purdue North Central, and Indiana University North campus, as well as the acclaimed Valparaiso University.
Aberdeen POA has hired Walsh & Kelly to install new curbs and re-pave some of our streets. They wanted you to know that the curbs they have installed will be able to be driven on starting Monday, October 21st. They will also be milling the surface and putting new asphalt down on the following streets: Dundee Ct., Turnberry Ct., Dundee St. and Edinburgh St. starting at the south side of Ballantrae. Streets will remain open to local traffic during this activity.
The Aberdeen board of directors is seeking residents to form one or more social committees. If you are interested in leading some type of social activity for the subdivision, let us know! For example, an activity could include forming a book club, a bowling club, a tennis club or a card club. An event might include a block party, a Easter egg hunt, a pumpkin decorating contest for kids or a corn hole contest. Perhaps you have some other great idea.
If you are willing to lead such a group and manage an activity or event, please call or email Catherine Saponaro, Property Manager, 1st American Management, 219-464-3536 ext. 318 or Email her at firstname.lastname@example.org and provide your name, address, email, phone number and what type of group or event you are interested in starting.
Someone from the board will contact you to find out what resources you will need and if approved will provide communications to Aberdeen residents to find those willing to join your group or event.
The results of the informal poll of neighborhood are:
Option 1 87 votes – Increase the monthly assessment for all property owners in Aberdeen by $3.00 per month to cover debt service payment for this project.
Option 2 88 votes – Wait until 2022 to start this project once the existing equipment loan for the golf course is paid off and use those funds to pay for the pool modification.
Option 3 85 votes – A onetime Special Assessment of all owners of approximately $250.00 to pay for the pool modification in full.
Option 4 125 votes – Do nothing and leave pool as it is currently configured.
The board continues to study the issue and the various suggestions made by residents. No decision as to how to proceed has been made at this time.
The votes of candidates running for the 3 open positions on the Aberdeen POA Board have been counted and the 3 candidates with the most votes and are now members of the board are:
Barbereen Sexton, Jim Kish and Roxanne Chayhitz
Congratulations to these candidates and thank you to all the other candidates for your willingness to serve on our board.
The Natureworks Conservancy District is seeking a board member from Aberdeen. Natureworks is a unit of local government and is responsible for maintaining the sewer system and storm water drainage system for Aberdeen and the surrounding area. The board generally meets on the third Wednesday of February, April, June, August, October, and December at 8:30 a.m. in downtown Valparaiso. Anyone interested in potentially serving on the board should send an email with their contact information to email@example.com.
Consistently rated among the best golf courses in northwest Indiana and Greater South Bend Michigan by Northwest Indiana Business Quarterly, The Course at Aberdeen offers 18 player-friendly holes with top notch service!
A benefit of being a resident of Aberdeen includes golf course discounts.
The Hills of Aberdeen Apartment community is nestled within the golf course of the upscale Aberdeen development, providing as close to a private home as apartment living can offer. Our community layout features numerous floor plans for 1, 2, and 3 bedroom apartment homes. Each design offers direct private home entries, attached garages, abundant windows, walk-in closets, ceiling fans and more! To complement your new lifestyle with us, a sparkling swimming pool, hot tub, and complete 24-hour cardio weight training centers are available. Our onsite management and maintenance staff provide superior service and our 24-hour emergency maintenance is also available to assist you.
3408 Enterprise Avenue • Valparaiso, IN 46383