high-quality standardized living area often built to accommodate employees of a large company; also, a village built as a tourist attraction
It is a model village not only in that respect, but in others.
Thorpe is almost a model village, and of course there is the church, and a very decent fellow for vicar.
The place is a miniature Chatsworth, with its model village.
But Dad's prouder of his model village—as Mother calls those cottages over there—than of his profit sheet.
She had a model dairy, and all her poultry was white, and so far as she was able to manage it she made Summerhay a model village.
Just as Dron was a model village Elder, so Alpatych had not managed the prince's estates for twenty years in vain.
This one was a model village, snug in the fields, and dwindling daily.
I have gone clean daft over the notion of a model village and since I am started I may as well be hung for a sheep as a lamb.
I guess Mr. Fernald is glad now that he has his plans ready for his model village.
Most of the white workmen employed live at Kenilworth, laid out by the De Beers company as a “model village.”