Baker Residential Crafts New Home Community Styled In Simple Luxury

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Yorkchester Place Under Construction In Coveted North Raleigh Region.

Yorkchester Place is a community Yorkchester Place, a community of 25 cottage-style homes with grand appointments and low-maintenance living. The new model home is open daily at 8059 Brandyapple Drive, Raleigh, NC

Yorkchester Place is a community Yorkchester Place, a community of 25 cottage-style homes with grand appointments and low-maintenance living

Yorkchester Place, a community of 25 cottage-style homes with grand appointments and low-maintenance living, is taking shape just off Six Forks Road and Yorkchester Way, just north of Sawmill Road. And, 20 percent of the community is already sold.

Baker Residential, an award winning home builder with a reputation for quality craftsmanship and customer service, is building new homes in an area of North Raleigh often thought of as built out. Yorkchester Place, a community of 25 cottage-style homes with grand appointments and low-maintenance living, is taking shape just off Six Forks Road and Yorkchester Way, just north of Sawmill Road. And, 20 percent of the community is already sold.

The community is specifically designed for luxury homeowners seeking to scale down – those who desire high-end finishes and details, while eliminating the large home site as well as the maintenance that goes along with it. Buyers in the community thus far have been Raleigh luxury homeowners ready to simplify and downsize to a low-maintenance lifestyle in a superbly crafted home.

“The high-end new home market in Raleigh is active and indicates that there is a need for expertly appointed, low maintenance, detached homes that are built with exceptional quality and customization options,” says John Dolan, vice president and general manager, Baker Residential. “Buyers are seeking new homes designed specifically for social, on-the-go lifestyles. Our cottage and craftsman-styled homes at Yorkchester Place offer freedom from the costs and work associated with a large property and home and, we were fortunate to find a beautiful enclave of space in a desirable part of North Raleigh.”

Baker Residential designed four floor plans specifically for this community. Each offers first floor living including the master suite as well as a downstairs study or guest room; with two plans offering both. All Yorkchester Place plans offer second floor space for guests and family, as well as abundant storage. Homes range from 2,587 to 2,937 square feet with outdoor living spaces, premium trim packages, 10 ft. ceilings, and gourmet kitchens. People who travel for work or play have a lock and leave benefit – all front and side lawn maintenance is provided through the HOA.

There are currently quick delivery homes available, as well as home sites for buyers to build their ideal home. A fully furnished model of the popular Dover floor plan is open daily. Prices for the new homes range from the $490s to $600s. More information about the community and the available homes can be found by visiting the model home at 8059 Brandyapple Drive, Raleigh, NC or by contacting Fonville Morisey Barefoot New Home Sales & Marketing at 919-926-5556 or http://www.YorkchesterPlace.com.

ABOUT BAKER RESIDENTIAL
Baker Residential is a family owned and operated company based in White Plains, NY. Over the past 50 years, the company has built more than 15,000 quality homes and maintained an unsurpassed reputation for personalized customer service.

Baker Residential has been in the Triangle since 2007 and is the award-winning builder of Horton’s Creek and Wrenhurst at Cary Park, both of which are located in Cary, NC. In 2013, Baker Residential was the recipient of the AVID Benchmark Award™ for Customer Satisfaction in the Southeast Region – ranking among the top 25 percent of all builders in the U.S. for customer experience. 97 percent of their home buyers said they would recommend Baker Residential to family and friends.

More information can be found at http://www.BakerResidential.com.

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