Home Builder, Construction & Developer: Newburgh, IN: Jagoe Homes

Jagoe Homes Newburgh, IN Communities & Floorplans

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Build in Newburgh, IN

Jagoe Homes Community Developer, Home Construction, Design & New Home Builder

Each of our six Jagoe Homes communities in Newburgh, IN offers a range of floorplans for 1 story, 1.5 story and 2 story homes – all beautifully finished with professional landscaping and a fully sodded yard.

Living in an affordable, Energy Smart Jagoe Home in Newburgh means you are close to unique shopping and dining, the lovely Newburgh Riverfront, a highly-rated school system and very good library system. All the while you’re minutes away from MORE shopping, dining and happenings just a few miles west in Evansville.

For those who appreciate schools noted for academic excellence as well as a lifestyle defined by style, Berkshire more than meets your expectations. Adjacent to renowned Victoria National Golf Club, as well as the new, multi-million dollar Friedman Park, the Berkshire community offers spacious living and floorplans centered on ease and elegance.

Make an appointment with the area’s trusted new home builder and community developer to visit a beautiful Jagoe Model Home in one of our Newburgh communities. Take a tour, see  the quality and craftsmanship of a Jagoe Home first-hand, and talk with a Jagoe New Home Consultant. YOU CAN OWN a home in one of our outstanding Newburgh communities.

A Great Place to Raise a Family

Historic Newburgh is a popular residential community just a few miles east of Evansville in Warrick County. This quaint town, established on the banks of the Ohio River in 1803, offers a slower pace of life while remaining comfortably close to all conveniences.

Residents and visitors delight in Newburgh’s historic downtown district which features specialty stores, antique shops, unique dining establishments and a lovely riverfront walkway. The town also offers seasonal historic walking tours, annual music and food festivals – including the beloved Fiddler Fest – and a bit of Civil War history.