Flowers Field is an intimate, elegant townhouse neighborhood at Yardley-Langhorne Rd and Stony Hill Road. Introducing a new level of luxurious, maintenance free living in Yardley. Flowers Field - an intimate neighborhood of luxury townhomes located in Lower Makefield township. This thoughtfully designed community artfully blends historic charm with modern day amenities. Featuring spacious and imaginative floor plans and elegant exteriors, Flowers Field brings something completely unique to the marketplace. Quality construction features include - low maintenance Hardi-Plank exterior siding, exterior stone or brick at foundation base per elevation plan, 30 year dimensional roof shingles. Attractive landscaping throughout the community, lawn maintenance of common areas and yards.
DeLuca Homes has built a solid, award-winning reputation. Renowned for its premier neighborhoods located throughout Pennsylvania and New Jersey, DeLuca Homes has an unwavering commitment to deliver the best home buying experience to each and every customer. Based upon the fundamental principles of treating customers with respect, DeLuca Homes listens to your needs and desires, and builds quality and value into every home.
DeLuca is offering 5 different models at Flowers Field. They range in size from 2766 - 3080 square feet. Some models offer a master bedroom on the first floor which is great for clients looking to downsize. Let's take a look at your various options:
Want to learn more about Flowers Field?
Contact us at (215) 757-7257 or TheSwainTeam@gmail.com and we will setup for an exclusive showing when the home coming on the market.
Coming Soon! October 2015
Yardley Hunt was built over several years, primarily by Toll Brothers, starting in 1977. There were about five basic floor plans, with the average house size being about 2650 square feet. Floor plans include ranch, split and colonial style homes. Lot sizes are generally just under 1/2 acre. Because of the age of the neighborhood, there are large, mature trees, which give the neighborhood some character. There are two banks of tennis courts that are actually owned by Lower Makefield Township, within Yardley Hunt. Yardley Hunt is in a great location, very close to 95 for commuting, and within walking distance of shopping, Yardley Boro, and Lower Makefield Township community facilities, including the Township pool complex.
Set amidst the rolling hills of Yardley Hunt. Pride of ownership is evident throughout. The owners have genuinely updated their home with the finest materials and finishes. Step inside to the foyer which opens to the family room and living room. Enter the bright and airy family room through French doors. The family room is highlighted by recessed lighting, brick hearth fireplace with custom fireplace screen, and newer French doors leading to the rear patio. Just off the family room is the 12 x 15 three seasons sunroom with indoor/outdoor carpet. Just imagine sitting in the sunroom and enjoying the warmth of the sun caress your skin on a beautiful autumn day. Remodeled by Tinkermen’s Construction, Inc. www.yardleykitchenbath.com, light floods the kitchen through the bay window overlooking the rear yard. The kitchen has recessed lighting and features cherry wood cabinets with lighted cabinets above to display fine china, English tile backsplash, like-new Kenmore appliances and a new dishwasher. The sink has an instant hot water dispenser. Adjacent from the kitchen is the banquet sized dining room, ideal for entertaining. The downstairs powder room was recently remodeled with an extra-large vanity accented by granite counter top. Upstairs reveals four bedrooms and two remodeled bathrooms with heated floors by Tinkermen’s. The hall bath was beautifully enlarged and remodeled and includes his/her sinks with corian counter tops and bathtub with ceramic tile that is surrounded with custom corian shelves. The master bedroom is sure to please with a walk-in closet and private bathroom. This master bath once again includes his/her sinks with corian counters, and a frameless glass shower with ceramic tile with built-in seating. Full finished basement with recess lighting offers additional square footage, a private office and extra storage space. The home also features: window treatments, newer heater, newer central air, lighting rods and a whole-house surge protector. The owners have fully transferable Sears service contracts on range and stove, microwave, refrigerator-freezer, dishwasher, and washing machine.
Staging....Common Pitfalls When Selling
There are 5 Common Pitfalls when selling. Remember a pitfall is a hidden or unsuspected danger or difficulty. An expert Realtor can help you eliminate these hidden dangers and net you the most money in the least time. Ultimately, you should hire your expert Realtor months to years in advance so you have the best chance at netting the most money.
Home Selling Pit Falls
5- Overseeing details
Today we are going to discuss the 1st pitfall....Staging and offer some tips.
Home staging is the act of preparing a private residence for sale in the real estate marketplace. The goal of staging is to make a home appealing to the highest number of potential buyers, thereby selling a property more swiftly and for more money.
Tip #1 - Unnecessary Furniture
- Less stuff = more money
- Less Stuff =more room which makes the rooms look larger
Tip #2 - Don’t Block Natural Light
- Don’t have shades closed, allow room to be flooded with light
- Do not allow your realtor to take pictures with shades closed
Tip #3 - Corners
- Important to keep furniture out of corners so people can see how big the room is
Tip #4 - Knick Knacks
- The More knick knacks you put away, the more money will make. Buyers can see the extra space.
Tip #5 - Centerpieces
- You do not need to put centerpieces on the tables. Table should be nice and open.
Tip #6 - Remove Personal Pictures
- Fix holes in the walls
- Buyers need to envision themselves in your home
Tip #7 - Clean out Closets
- Make closets look clean, neat and organized
- Storage space is important to buyers. Put summer/winter clothes away
- Less is More!
Tip #8 - Cleaning
- Have your home professionally cleaned, including the basement.
- Get rid of cob webs, clean b/w windows. Spend the extra $ it makes a HUGE difference.
Tip # 9 - Paint
- Paint goes a long way. Paint home all one color. An off white color
never white – white
- Paint all trim white
- Paint your garage.
Tip #10 - Clean out Garage & Basement
- Sweep & wash down
- Paint walls off white and floor grey or use Apoxy paint
- Buyers aren’t dumb, they want a large storage space as well. You need your garage and basement to look its best as well
- Start Packing. Your Moving! Rent a storage space.
Tip #11 - Six Panel Doors
- Six Panel Doors can transform your old home into a new home. For $30, some paint and a brushed nickel door knob you can have a room that looks like a million bucks.
Remember, You need to have a realtor who is experienced and there to protect you as well as your asset.
If you have any questions about today's topic, or about real estate in general, please give me a call at 215-757-7257 or send me an email. We'd love to hear from you!