Rouse Chamberlin Homes Opens Raven's Claw Model and Sales Center

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Rouse Chamberlin Homes opens new Raven's Claw Model and Sales Center; Shows Current Trends In Decorating and Space Use in an Active LIfestyle Community

Location. Location. Location. Three of the most important characteristics of real estate. If that is truly the case, Rouse Chamberlin Homes construction at Raven’s Claw has a lot to offer.

The Links at Raven’s Claw overlooks beautiful rolling fairways and dedicated open space. Residents have easy access to King of Prussia, Philadelphia and Reading for work, shopping and entertainment. The Spring-Ford School District and a newly constructed elementary school make it highly desirable for families with young children.

“There’s a lot of excitement surrounding our Raven’s Claw opening,” noted Sales Manager Ellen Patella. “Existing residents are anxious to see construction in their community restart. Home buyers will see a completely new set of amazing home designs.”

Sales Model is stunning
A great location is useless without a floor plan that matches your lifestyle. So Rouse Chamberlin Homes made changes to several floor plans including that of the sales model.

“Wow. Just wow. This decorated model home will make you rethink everything,” observed President Dave England. “We designed all the elements of this home to match the active lifestyle of people likely to buy here. We’re being told both by those working in our industry and potential home buyers that THIS home is one they could move into as shown.”

Families use homes today differently than in the past. Formal living rooms have been replaced by more functional studies and play rooms. Space usage is key. Among the important features to see in this home:

  •     A front-placed study or home office in place of a formal (and seldom used) living room
  • A child playroom adjacent to the family room
  • Open area family room/breakfast room/kitchen for maximum flexibility
  • A bonus room at the top of the stairs for use as an open recreation area, gaming or computer center
  • Large open kitchen and breakfast room designed to be beautiful AND functional
  • A large master bedroom with sitting area and large walk-in closet

“Families are walking through the homes and saying ‘THIS room is mine. THIS room is yours. I want to do THIS in MY home’. And it’s truly affordable,” noted England.

Value & Quality: critical to new construction
The past several years have proven that value and quality are equally important in buying a home. These factors are a direct reflection of the builder and their commitment to the satisfaction of the buyer.

“I am proud to say that we are well-known and respected for our building quality and process,” noted Ellen. “Our homes offer extremely high value when compared to those of other builders."

"Whether you measure value by cost per square foot of space or warranty coverage and repair work needed over time, we consistently rate a best value. And when we say a home will be ready for settlement, it is. Few other builders can truthfully make that statement.”

The benefits without the hassles
Home buyers get the benefits of living in a golf community without the hassles. Greens are meticulously maintained and offer a fantastic backdrop. Other open space, general lawn care and even winter snow shoveling to your door is provided.

Best of all, you are not required to join the Raven's Claw golf club itself to live there. Join or not: it’s your choice.

Ideal for many lifestyles
Residents of Raven’s Claw don’t fit a single “type”. Some are active lifestyle young families raising childen. Others are empty nesters, downsizing or changing their home floor plan to a 50+ lifestyle. And others are actually golfers, who love the convenience of a top 10 course on which they can play.

Sales Office Information
The Rouse Chamberlin Homes sales office is open Wed – Sunday 11 am – 5 pm. Visit the Model and Sales Center at 36 Masters Drive Pottstown PA or call 484.319.9672. For more information, visit


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