At its Monday night meeting, the Willistown Board of Supervisors is expected to vote on approval of the second phase of a large residential development on the township's western edge.
Applebrook Meadows is a Toll Brothers development located off Line Road south of Paoli Pike. The full, three-phase development plan calls for 139 new units in a "luxury carriage home community," according to the Toll Brothers' website. Thirty-six of the homes have already sold.
The Oct. 8 meeting will determine whether the project continues to expand to its planned size, according to the meeting agenda (PDF):
5. Land Development Approval – Applebrook Meadows Phase II (Toll Brothers)
In 2011, the board voted 2-0 to approve Phase I of the project, which included 54 homes, 36 of which have since sold. Supervisor Robert Lange abstained from the vote, saying the development would erode that section of Willistown.
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