All are invited to join us for our Fall Festival to learn how to make the best of your location by shopping from these outstanding farms, picking your own fruit and more.
Chesterfield, NJ (PRWEB) September 19, 2017
Traditions at Chesterfield, an award-winning Smart Growth community in Chesterfield, will host a Fall Festival on Saturday, September 23rd from 12pm to 3pm. The public is invited to stop by for fall-inspired refreshments and discover local Chesterfield farms, mingle with friends and explore the Traditions at Chesterfield community. Those interested are encouraged to inquire about quick move-in opportunities. All attendees will receive a complimentary gift.
“As a Smart Growth community, Traditions at Chesterfield carefully utilizes land for its best uses,” said Paul Csik, Senior Vice President for American Properties Realty, Inc.* “All are invited to join us for our Fall Festival to learn how to make the best of Chesterfield by shopping from these outstanding farms, picking fruit and more. Most of the farms in the area are fourth generation farmers. We are excited to introduce Strawberry Hill Farm, Russo’s Orchard Lane Farm and Robson’s Farm.”
Strawberry Hill Farm is a "pick-your-own" fruit farm featuring peaches, plums, pears and apples. They also sell honey and canned Jersey tomatoes. Russo’s Orchard Lane Farm is a 250-acre fruit, vegetable and greenhouse tomato farm that sells a variety of fruits, vegetables, jams, jellies, cider and decorations. Robson’s Farm specializes in peaches and growing a wide range of vegetables and flowers. “They also have a buying club, like a CSA, that allows you to build your own box of items that you can have delivered or pick up,” said Csik. “The crops they cannot grow on the farm are sourced from local farmer friends and eggs are sourced from an organic farm.”
While attending the Chesterfield Fall Festival, there will be an opportunity to learn more about Traditions at Chesterfield, the premier residential community within the 500-acre Old York Village. “This neo-traditional community is strategically designed to be in walking distance to everything,” said Csik. “Children can even walk to the elementary school. The Shoppes at Old York Village, a future retail component, is also walkable.”
Neo-traditional home designs also feature rear entry garages (per home design). “These floor plans allow us to the maximize the space of a home site without taking away from the exterior elevation of the home,” said Csik. “It really does increase the curb appeal and our homebuyers absolutely love these designs.”
The Single-family Classics collection at Traditions at Chesterfield, priced from the low $400s, offers nine home designs with three to four bedrooms, up to three-and-a-half baths, two-car attached garages and up to 3,654 sq. ft. of premium living space. Optional finished basements with nine-foot basement ceilings are also available.
“Great for entertaining, these home designs offer spacious family rooms and living rooms with world-class appointments,” Csik added. “They also boast available upgraded features like a master bedroom tray ceiling, recessed lighting, stainless steel appliances and hardwood flooring in the foyer, dining room and second floor hall.”
The Carriage Collection
Only a few townhomes remain at Traditions at Chesterfield; all are available for quick move-in. The Carriage Collection of townhomes features three home designs to choose from with up to 2,698 sq. ft. of living space. Floor plans offer up to four bedrooms, three-and-a-half baths, recreation rooms, entry level walk-out or walk-in basements and one- to two-car garages. As an added benefit, townhomes have no homeowner association fees and are priced from the low $300s.
Traditions at Chesterfield has unveiled the new fully furnished Sanford garden model, featuring two bedrooms, two bathrooms and a one-car garage with 1,305 sq. ft. of luxurious living space. “This thoughtfully designed garden home model showcases designer appointments, including nine-foot ceilings, laminate flooring and a master tray ceiling available on third floor homes,” said Csik. “It also offers families an open, flowing layout that is great for entertaining guests.”
This home is further complemented by a gourmet-inspired kitchen, separate laundry area and exquisite master bedroom suite. All home designs feature a balcony or patio. Mohawk carpeting is included in all living areas and brushed nickel lighting fixtures throughout. The garden homes, priced from the low $200s, also offer the Shelby and Sedona models, which feature a one-car garage with 1,505 sq. ft. of living space.
About Traditions at Chesterfield
Traditions at Chesterfield is ideally located in Chesterfield, voted “#1 Best Place to Live in Burlington County” by Philadelphia Magazine. It is also convenient to West Windsor, Robbinsville, East Windsor and Monroe.
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. Chesterfield is also recognized for their top-rated, state-of-the-art elementary school (K-6), located within walking distance to Traditions at Chesterfield.
Interested homebuyers can visit the Traditions at Chesterfield Sales Office, located at 7 Borden Lane, Chesterfield, NJ (GPS: 38 Old York Road, Chesterfield). 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 http://www.TraditionsAtChesterfield.com.
*About American Properties Realty, Inc.
American Properties Realty, Inc., a licensed real estate broker represents the principals who have been in business for over 40 years and involved in the development of over 10,000 single-family homes and townhomes, and is the sponsor of multi-family buildings. Headquartered in Iselin, NJ, American Properties Realty, Inc. represents Traditions at Chesterfield, LLC.