Gallery Residence Exteriors Phase III Big Red Mansion along Hendrix Road. Mansion building on Gilmour Street housing one-, two-, and 3-bedroom apartments. A detailed look at a villa private entrance. Barn-style townhouses with private front and back entrances. This green Phase III mansion has a combination of townhouses and lofts in a verdant setting, as it is the southernmost of the Red Creek mansions. Unique dormers and gables. Two-bedroom townhouses on Wheeler Road with ample parking on the street in the rear of the building. Two- and three-bedroom townhouses with large private porches facing the meadow on Gilmour Street. Mansion building on Gilmour Street housing one-, two-, and 3-bedroom apartments. Two-bedroom townhouses on Wheeler Road; residence on the ends have additional windows for bright living spaces. A townhouse porch is bathed in late-day sun. Two-bedroom townhouses on Wheeler Road. Beautiful views just before an autumn sunrise, taken from the Villas in Phase III. There are no more than 4 villas per building, each with its own private entrance. Hendrix Road apartments and townhouses overlooking the pond at dusk. Two-bedroom townhouses on Wheeler Road. The villas feature 2 bedrooms, single-story living, and attached garages. The Gable Buildings were the first in Phase III to welcome residents. Close-up of a Big Red Mansion porch. There are no more than 4 villas per building, each with its own private entrance. Wheeler Road townhouses. Phase III Mansion with apartments and lofts, some with a pond view, directly across from the pool. The villas feature 2 bedrooms, single-story living, and attached garages. Phase III White Gable Mansions' first floor stone facade and entrance. The villas feature 2 bedrooms, single-story living, and attached garages. Phase III Townhouses and Mansions along Red Creek. View of 2 bedroom apartment balconies in the Phase III White Gable Mansions. Our collection of villas — our newest lifestyle offering. A contemplative meditation garden peacefully awaits residents just steps from the new Phase III Villas. This Phase III Mansion Building has a beautiful view of the pond and is only a short walk away from the pool and community/fitness center. Our collection of villas — our newest lifestyle offering. There are no more than 4 villas per building, each with its own private entrance. Residence Interiors Villa master bedrooms showcase a modern ceiling fan and a walk-in shower in the en suite. Dual vanity sinks and medicine cabinet in the villa master bath. View from the mudroom into kitchen space in our villa unit. Mud room in our villa unit. Every villa kitchen features granite counters, stainless appliances, and undermount sinks. T3C townhouse kitchen. Spacious kitchen in the 2C Gable apartment. Spiral staircase leading up to the loft in the Loft D floorplan. T3C townhouse kitchen. Amenities Clubhouse, which features the Leasing Office, Community Center, and Fitness Center. On-site maintenance office hidden in a Carriage House. Showers and restrooms in the pool house. The pool house is located adjacent to the pond, Clubhouse, and garden. Beautiful in-ground heated pool. Beautiful in-ground heated pool. Beautiful in-ground heated pool. 24/7 Fitness Center. Community Center ideal for parties/meetings equipped with a full kitchen, wi-fi, and library. Community Center ideal for parties/meetings equipped with a full kitchen, wi-fi, and library. Around the Village Erie Station Village was built on the principles of traditional neighborhood design. It is located on the site of the Tirabassi Family Homestead and Farm (1932-2000), which was established by Emidio Tirabassi of Sulmona, Italy; his sons Frank, Samuel, John, and daughter Julia. Emidio first settled on Middle Road in 1917. Summer sunset. Erie Station Village Pond on a late summer’s eve. Our Hendrix Road monument welcomes residents home. Wildlife at Erie Station Village. This picturesque garden and sitting area was dedicated in 2006 in memory of George Henninger: husband, father, builder, and friend whose vision and commitment laid the foundations of Erie Station Village. There are literally miles of sidewalks and maintained trails to enjoy throughout the community.