Willow Bend Townhomes in Frederick, MD Set Record for Five-Month Sales

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Record numbers of homebuyers in Frederick, MD have been finding quality, value and affordability in the redeveloped community of Willow Bend on Hillcrest Drive. Since the beginning of the year, 16 fully renovated townhomes were sold, more than in any other five month period since redevelopment began.

Record numbers of homebuyers in Frederick, MD have been finding quality, value and affordability in the redeveloped community of Willow Bend on Hillcrest Drive. Since the beginning of the year, 16 fully renovated townhomes were sold, more than in any other five month period since redevelopment began. Priced from the mid $175’s, Willow Bend’s townhomes have been meticulously finished with crown moldings, wood floors, granite countertops, stainless steel appliances and private patios.

“Our new residents were attracted to Willow Bend based on the quality and detail of the renovations, our closing cost and down payment assistance programs, pricing that demonstrates excellent value for a fully renovated and upgraded townhome and the convenience of being so close to Route 15 and downtown Frederick,” said Long & Foster’s Mike Muren, who oversees sales for Willow Bend. “These buyers see the exciting changes happening along the Golden Mile and on the west side of Frederick and want to be a part of this neighborhood right from the start.”

Willow Bend consists of 194 townhomes on either side of Hillcrest Drive. Recently, Rocky Gorge Development carefully renovated more than 30 townhomes and, at the current sales pace, will complete the current phase of renovations this year with plans to start the next section in 2016. Redevelopment this year is concentrated on Arwell Court, where major upgrades to landscaping complement the brightly painted new Craftsman doors, new shutters, backyard fencing and patios. Inside the homes, new owners will enjoy:

Kitchen:                                                                                                                                    

  •      Granite counters                                
  •     New wood cabinets with brushed nickel hardware in a selection of finishes
  •     Stainless steel under-mount sink, with pull handle faucet
  •     New stainless steel glass top range
  •     New stainless steel refrigerator
  •     New stainless steel built-in microwave
  •     New stainless steel dishwasher
  •     New front load oversized washer/dryer

Powder Room:

  •     New pedestal sink and faucet
  •     New hardware and light fixture
  •     New wood flooring

Throughout the Home:

  •     New carpet and upgraded padding upstairs
  •     Wood flooring 1st level

    •6-inch crown molding and base trim

  •     6-panel doors and new hardware
  •     New electric switches and plugs
  •     New HVAC registers
  •     Fresh paint throughout
  •     New blinds throughout
  •     Walk in pantry

Full bath:

  •     New sink, vanity, cabinet and faucet
  •     New fiberglass tub and shower surround
  •     Ceramic tile floor

About Willow Bend
Willow Bend is a community of 194 newly renovated townhomes located in Frederick, MD. With private backyards perfect for a cookout and luxury touches like granite counters, stainless steel appliances and hardwood floors, Willow Bend is the perfect place to discover all the benefits and pride of home ownership. Low monthly association fees make these homes easy to maintain with front lawn care, snow removal and common area maintenance all included.

Willow Bend offers two tot lots and is located within walking distance of two community parks, an elementary school, abundant shopping and dining options along Frederick’s “Golden Mile” and public transportation. Sidewalks line the cul-de-sac streets of Willow Bend, inviting residents to stroll, run or bike within the community.

Call Mike Muren of Long & Foster Real Estate at 301.524.4471 for more information on current models and availability or visit us at http://www.willowbendonline.com.

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