A Piece of History
Residents of Monticello take pride in knowing their homes sit on the prestigious land formerly owned by H.W. Hoover, founder of the The Hoover Company. Prior to becoming the "Hoover Farm", Monticello was the summer home of Canton industrialist Edward Langenbach, a steel pioneer responsible for helping Henry Ford produce the Model T. During its day, the farm had a five-hole golf course, stables, two trout ponds and a tennis court. The original barn stands today and has been transformed into a recreational facility, appropriately named "The Barn".
A Place of Community
There is more to a home than bricks and mortar. Its the neighborhood...the sense of community...the sense of belonging. Its the special bond that you have with your neighbors and fellow residents. Its the sense of privacy and security that you get when you come home. This is Monticello today.
Monticello possesses defining characteristics that set it above the ordinary: winding, tree-lined streets, wrought-iron street lamps, a neighborhood common area which includes a lake, pool, recreational facility, sports court and walking path. Magnificent brickwork gracing the entrances and a white rail fence lend residents a sense of privacy and security, usually reserved for gated communities. Carefully crafted architectural requirements ensure consistency and quality in each residence.
Monticello offers the area's most scenic homesites coupled with the very best neighborhood amenities. Monticello is truly a special place to call home.