About MacIntosh Farms
MacIntosh Farms is a Planned Residential Community that was established on August 06, 1986. Situated near the summit of Cuyahoga County on over 380 acres in Broadview Heights, it consists of a single family home community comprised of 218 homes. There are two cluster home communities; “The Villas at MacIntosh Farms” and “Barnsley Way.” In addition, there are four condominium communities; “MacIntosh Farms Condominium No. 1,” “MacIntosh Farms Condominium No. 2,” “MacIntosh Farms Condominium No. 3,” and “The Villas of MacIntosh Farms.” In total, there are 933 living units within the MacIntosh Farms community.
Built into the rolling countryside of southern Cuyahoga County, MacIntosh Farms offers residents a variety of amenities. There are three large swimming pools located throughout the community. Residents are issued pool passes and can enjoy any of the pools, including one with a lap pool area. Each pool area is unique, there is a pavilion at one, a child’s playground at another and a tennis and basketball court at another. The community center is the “Red Barn” located near a pool. The barn is available on a “first come, first served basis” for rental to residents for private parties and gatherings. Throughout the community there are paved walking paths, numerous tree plantings and landscape beds.
The community is governed by The MacIntosh Farms Community Association Inc., a Non-Profit Ohio Corporation controlled by ORC Chapter 5312 Ohio Planned Community Law as well as our original and subsequently amended Declaration, Bylaws and Handbook. The master association is comprised of five board members who serve as volunteers from the different communities and are elected by each sub-association to represent them and manage the affairs of the Association. All residents of MacIntosh Farms belong to the master association whose purpose is to maintain, protect and enhance the common areas and overall interests of the MacIntosh Farms Community.more...