One of Hugo’s most prestigous neighborhoods located just south of Victor Gardens and west of Highway 61. It features homes built by Pratt Homes with a mix of lot sizes and single family homes and villas. Its a beautifully designed neighborhood with curving streets and plenty of open space. Homes are still being built by Pratt but the area is surrounded by many wetlands so further development is curtailed.
Family friendly neighborhood in the vicinity of Oneka Elementary school with homes generally built around 2005 - 2006 and priced just below the current new construction. Easy access to 35E and the local shopping areas.
Upper bracket neighborhood of Hugo with some of the areas finest homes built by a collection of builders including Pratt, American Classic, Creative Homes. The neighborhood has an association that has architectural control and includes access to the community pool. There are a plethora of walking trails in the area and several neighborhood parks give a great feel of community in this planned development.
Eastern Hugo is where Hugo retains its rural character, with the landscape punctuated by small hobby farms and larger acreage properties. Zoning controls limit the lot sizes up to 10 acre minimums in the agricultural districts. The area is still served by well and septic. Wetlands and small ponds flow throughout the area making future development difficult.
Victor Gardens Town homes
In addition to the single family development of Victor Gardens, there is a large neighborhood of town homes that were generally built from 2003 - 2005. There are some affordable two levels and some higher end 3 level units which are located close to the Festival grocery store and shopping. All of these units have access to the community center and pool.
This area is mostly town homes with also an area of single family homes developed on the northeastern edge. These properties are part of the Waters Edge homeowner’s association with miles of walking trails and access to the large community room, fitness center and community pool. There is a mix of 2 and 3 bedroom units with some one, two and three level options.
May township is a rural area made up of hobby and horse farms in a pastoral landscape that stretches from Manning Trail on the west to the st croix river. It is just north of stillwater township and stretches north up to scandia and marine on st. croix. its major points of interest are the large lakes that reside within its borders - Big Marine Lake, Square Lake and Big Carnelian Lake and of course the st. croix river.