Traditions at Chesterfield to host Fall Harvest Weekend

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The award-winning community invites the public to tour fully furnished models on October 29th and 30th from 10am to 5pm.

Traditions at Chesterfield will host a Fall Harvest Weekend on October 29th and 30th from 10am to 5pm. Attendees will be able to tour three new fully furnished townhome models (pictured here).

“Discerning homeowners are often attracted to our community because our homes offer award-winning, neo-traditional designs in a quaint neighborhood setting,” said Barry Edelman, Managing Partner for Traditions at Chesterfield.

Traditions at Chesterfield, an award-winning community in Burlington County, will host a Fall Harvest Weekend on October 29th and 30th from 10am to 5pm. Attendees will have the opportunity to tour three new fully furnished townhome models and learn about four quick move-in homes. The event will also showcase newly released home sites and community progress. Refreshments will be served.

“Our Single Family Classics collection and townhomes from the Carriage Collection have received an overwhelmingly positive response,” said Barry Edelman, Managing Partner for Traditions at Chesterfield. “We quickly sold out of Phases I and II and are seeing the same enthusiasm towards Phases III and IV. We are also pleased to announce that our low maintenance luxury garden homes will also be opening soon.”

The Single Family Classics collection offers seven designs with 3-4 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, two-car attached garages and up to 3,549 sq. ft. of premium living space. Optional finished basements with nine-foot basement ceilings are also available.

The Carriage Collection of townhomes features three home designs with three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, recreation rooms, one- to two-car garages and up to 2,600 sq. ft. of living space. Homes in both collections have no homeowner association fees.

“Discerning homeowners are often attracted to our community because our homes offer award-winning, neo-traditional designs in a quaint neighborhood setting,” said Edelman. “Families have plenty of room to gather in spacious family rooms and living rooms, our tranquil setting is perfect for enjoying the outdoors and our refined designs feature world-class appointments.”

Traditions at Chesterfield is ideally located in Chesterfield, voted #1 Best Place to Live in Burlington County by Philadelphia Magazine. Situated within Old York Village, the community is within walking distance of parks, a playground, biking trails, open space and future retail.

The New Jersey Turnpike, I-295 and Hamilton Train Station are all easily accessible to Traditions at Chesterfield for commuting to Philadelphia or New York City. Residents will find entertainment at nearby Six Flags Great Adventure and Mercer County Park and shopping at the Jackson Outlets. A new elementary school is located adjacent to centralized recreation facilities, adding extra convenience for families with young children.

“Interested homebuyers are encouraged to visit Traditions at Chesterfield during our Fall Harvest Weekend,” added Edelman. “With the convenience of nearby shopping and entertainment and the serenity of guaranteed green space for years to come, it’s a wonderful place for families of all ages to call home.”

Pricing begins at $399,990 for Single Family Classics and $299,990 for the Carriage Collection. Interested homebuyers can visit the Traditions at Chesterfield Sales Office, located at 7 Borden Lane, Chesterfield, NJ. The Sales Office is open from 10am to 5pm daily. Schedule an appointment with an on-site sales consultant by calling 609.424.0026. For more information, visit traditionsatchesterfield.com.

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