Gregg’s Landing North Development is a community of custom and semi-custom homes, town homes and condominiums located on 813 acres of the former Cuneo estate in Vernon Hills, Illinois. It has 18 single family home neighborhoods and 2 condominium and town home neighborhoods along with the 240 acre, 18-hole White Deer Run Golf Club as its center piece. 1305 individual properties make up these neighborhoods with approximately 1280 residences in place. Initial home construction began around 1997 and only about 25 undeveloped lots remain in the Development. We are located at the north end of the Village of Vernon Hills between Butterfield Road to the west, Milwaukee Road to the east.
Proximity to shopping and transportation, open space, small ponds, wetlands, well-maintained landscaping and coordinated neighborhood designs and excellent K through 8 and high schools are many of the benefits of living in Gregg’s Landing North. In addition, we have numerous parks in our community including Hawthorn Mellody Park, Lake Charles Park and the passive park adjacent to the 17th tee on the golf course. Century Park with its two large lakes is one of the largest parks in Vernon Hills and is adjacent and to the south of our community.
Gregg's Landing Life Magazine
Our single family home residents receive Gregg’s Landing Life magazine which is published monthly by N2 Publishing and is directed to activities of our residents. We are fortunate to have a community developed and maintained at standards which are deserving of its own magazine.
Gregg’s Landing North Homeowners Association has 1305 members representing the individual properties making up our development. We have seven elected Board members who volunteer their time and have overall responsibility for running the Association. Regular Association Board meetings are open to the public and normally held every few months at the White Deer Run Golf Club clubhouse. These meeting dates are shown in the NOTICES pages. Homeowners are encouraged to attend these meetings.
Please note that to help control COVID-19 virus our Board meetings are now being held via teleconference. Our email notices to homeowners of Board meetings included all information needed to joint the Board meeting. Please keep any eye out for emails from our property manager with this information. If you have not given our property manager your email contact information, please consider doing this. See the Homeowner Contact Information page under the Property Manager Tab on how to do this.
Gregg’s Landing North Homeowners Association is responsible for the maintenance and improvement of the common areas located in the Development which are owned by the Association. One of the Association’s primary activities is maintaining the extensive flower bed, shrub and tree landscaping on all common areas along the parkways and roads that run through or border our community and on many of the common areas that border the Development. Common area cul-de-sacs owned by the Association are also part of this activity. (Cul-de-sacs and common areas in the Bayhill, Inverness, Oakmont and Shadow Creek neighborhoods are owned and maintained by their own separate homeowner associations.) The Association is also responsible for maintaining all neighborhood entrance monuments and the main entrance monuments on Butterfield Road at Gregg’s Parkway and at Huntington Drive and the east entrance arch monument near Milwaukee Avenue on Gregg’s Parkway.
As part of maintaining Association common areas free of clutter, our Declarations prohibit most alls signs from being placed on our common areas. Please do not place any ads or signs such as advertisements for services, home sales, garage sales, election posters or event signs on common property. These will be removed and disposed of without notice. Certain Village approved signs are allowed.
The Association also works with the Village in many cases commenting on nearby commercial construction and other projects requiring Village approval. We encourage homeowners to get involved with the Village on concerns they may have on commercial and residential construction projects affecting our neighborhoods. Since landscaping is a very important element of our community, we encourage all residents to maintain well blended landscape designs on their property. There are many Village ordinances and construction standards which, in many cases, are specific to properties in Gregg’s Landing North Homeowners Association. These cover, but are not limited to, architectural designs, basement remodeling, building materials used including siding and roofing materials, driveway materials and restrictions, and in some cases prohibitions, on fences, swimming pools, storage sheds, dish antennas as examples. The overall look of our community is based on these ordinances and standards, so please make sure you contact the Village to determine what, if any permitting, is needed for a project you are undertaking.
Day-to-day activities of the Association are managed by our property manager, McGill Management, Inc. headquartered in Arlington Heights, Il. All contact information for McGill is under the Property Manager Tab.
The 20 neighborhoods making up the Gregg’s Landing North Homeowners Association are:
Royal St. George
*Bayhill condominium and Shadow Creek condominium and town home neighborhoods and the Inverness and Oakmont single home neighborhoods have additional homeowner associations serving these neighborhoods.
The 1305 homeowners in all our neighborhoods are members of the Gregg’s Landing North Homeowners Association. The Association’s annual assessment covers costs related to maintenance of landscaping, monuments and fencing on Association common areas that all our homeowners enjoy.
Bayhill, Inverness, Oakmont and Shadow Creek neighborhoods have their own homeowner associations and property managers that are responsible for maintaining the common areas within these neighborhoods. Any landscape or other issues relating to common areas within those neighborhoods should be directed to the the property manager for that particular neighborhood and not to our property manager, McGill Management, Inc.
White Deer Run Golf Club
Since White Deer Run Golf Club is such an important part of our community, we encourage residents who enjoy golf to play the course with neighbors and friends and use their other facilities. During the golf season, its restaurant is open for business and throughout the year, its banquet facilities are available for social and corporate event bookings. On most Fridays during the golf season, the restaurant is open for an all-you-can-eat fish fry. Go to https://www.whitedeergolf.com for information on White Deer Run