The Neighborhood

Sherman Acres was home to the Lombardi family’s dairy cattle operation and sawmill until the creation of the subdivision in the 1930’s. Nestled amidst picturesque landscapes, this neighborhood boasts tree-lined streets, spacious residential properties, and a strong sense of community. Residents enjoy a range of recreational opportunities, including walking trails, lakes, and community centers, fostering an active and healthy lifestyle.

Fast Facts

  • This quaint rural community has dirt roads, overhead utilities, no architectural controls and a mutual water system.
  • Many relics of the old logging community can still be found in this little community.