Sunday, March 13, 2016

Chicago's Taylor Johnson Represents Serosun Farms, a New Client Based in Hampshire, IL

John DeWald
CHICAGO, IL – Emily Johnson, president of Chicago-based Taylor Johnson announced the public relations and marketing firm now represents Serosun Farms, a revolutionary mixed-use agrihood development born from 400 acres of bucolic farmland in Hampshire, Ill.

 Future home to 114 environmentally kind luxury residences, Serosun Farms is the creation of John DeWald and his sister, Jane Stickland, an equine professional. Together, the siblings have a strong commitment to land preservation, environmental sustainability and slowing the suburban sprawl beginning to encroach on the agriculturally rich region.

Located 50 miles northwest of downtown Chicago, Serosun Farms is, at its core, a farm preservation project with 75 percent of the estate reserved for farming and open space/natural areas. The community embraces the natural beauty and agricultural history of the area while offering residents a host of amenities and lifestyle options in celebration of rural living.

Upon completion, Serosun Farms will offer a variety of interactive amenities including an on-site farmer’s market to give residents a true farm-to-table experience with fresh produce, farm-raised meat and dairy and a variety of specialty items, many of which will be grown on, and harvested from, the farm.

Emily Johnson
Future plans also call for a restaurant/market/artisanal village and a community center with swimming pool, game room and event facilities. Currently, residents have access to an existing equestrian center with stables as well as fully stocked fishing ponds.

 A 5-acre demonstration garden dedicated to specialty vegetables and fruits is also operational and focuses on growing heirloom and heritage varieties, while maintaining the valuable genetic diversity of the crops.

 Eight miles of trails for walking, running or riding, restored woodlands, prairie and wetlands, and regular cultural events round out a healthy place to live, work, learn and grow.

Custom homes at Serosun Farms will offer a wide variety of architectural sensibilities and state-of-the-art sustainable and healthy design elements ranging from geo-thermal heating, cooling and hot water systems to advanced home automation and green roofs.

For a complete copy of the company’s news release, please contact:

Emily Johnson, president
Taylor Johnson

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