SNOW 2/8 - 2/9
Caramanico will be onsite around 6 pm tonight to salt the courts and walkways. They will be back onsite at 3 am Tuesday morning to clean up courts and walks. Residents should park in the their numbered and guest spaces in front of their units.
February 2016 Newsletter
can now be found on the Newsletters page of this website and will be posted on Red Boards Tuesday, February 9th.
are posted on the Documents page under Forms. posted 12/21/15
Bird Feeding Guidelines for Exton Station can be found on the Master Board page by clicking on the Bird feeding guidelines PDF document. posted 6/22/15
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What was once the site of the Bonny Blink Farms is now the setting for Exton Station Community Association; a mix of 684 town homes and flats located in bucolic Chester County. Built in the mid 1980's to early 1990's, Exton Station is now comprised of four "sub-Associations", Exton Limited Condominium Association, Jenny Lind Homeowners Association, Railway Square Condominium Association, and Vanderbilt Village Homeowners Association, operating under the umbrella of a "master association".
The community, located near Route 100, King and Ship Roads, boasts easy access to Exton Train Station and a host of upscale shopping meccas such as Main Street at Exton and the Exton Mall. Its many amenities include a clubhouse (available for weekend party rentals), outdoor swimming pools, tennis and basketball courts, a ball field and playgrounds. Main Line Today (April 2006) described Exton Station as one of the ten "hot neighborhoods" in its article on Best Places to Live.
In January 2001 Robert H. Wise Management Co., Inc. assumed full-service management duties for Exton Station Community Association. The Springfield, Delaware County based firm, working with the onsite property manager and assistant manager and in conjunction with the five boards of directors, prepares the operating and capital budgets, oversees the individual Association checking and reserve accounts and implements the methods by which the sub-Associations reimburse the Master Association for common area services. These services include, but are not limited to, landscaping, snow removal and waste management.
Each of the sub-Associations operates separately. The spirit of cooperation among the individual Boards of Directors has fostered the successful operation of the community as a whole.