SEYMOUR, CT – Buyers can choose from a variety of outstanding incentives to either lessen their financial commitment or add significant value to their new home purchase at Rolling Hills in Seymour, CT.

Young couples and growing families looking to purchase their first home or move-up from smaller condominium or townhome have been quick to embrace a developer incentive which provides $10,000 towards closing costs for those who use the community’s preferred lender, according to Baker Residential, which is developing the collection of 70 single-family homes.

Homebuyers who want to significantly enhance their interior living spaces have chosen an special program which offers free designer upgrades and options, indicates Sales Representative Mary Ellen DeRosa. The option packages differ based on home designs, however, selections may include finishes such as furniture-grade Maple cabinets, granite kitchen countertops, first-floor hardwood flooring and GE Profile stainless steel appliances

“We evaluated the market conditions and developed a menu of incentives buyers can choose from that address their specific needs,” says Ms. DeRosa. “For example, there are a large number of buyers who are looking to lessen the burden when they first purchase a home and our financing incentive provides them the opportunity to achieve the “American Dream” of homeownership.

“Others are hoping to get the most home for their money and have been quick to use our upgrade incentive to add considerable value to their new home.”

Stylish housing designs at Rolling Hills range from 2,100 to 4,000 square feet and boast 2.5 baths, two story entry foyers, formal living and dining rooms, large family rooms with fireplaces and colonial mantles, luxury kitchens with exquisite granite countertops, hardwood flooring and an oversized pantry and full basements. Additional standard upgrades include full asphalt driveways, concrete walks and stone foundations. Most residences lie on private, half-acre homesites. The impressive single-family residences at Rolling Hills are priced from $429,900.

“Each of the floorplans offers a choice of either Arts and Crafts or a traditional exterior,” Ms. DeRosa says. “This creates dramatic streetscapes that truly reflect the upscale New England lifestyle that defines this neighborhood.”

Situated on a picturesque hilltop in Connecticut’s Naugatuck River Valley, Rolling Hills is an easy commute from many of the area’s business and entertainment corridors. Route 8 runs directly through the town for a quick trip to Fairfield County or the Connecticut shore, while nearby Route 34 connects Seymour to New Haven and Interstate 84 and 91 provide efficient access to New York City and Westchester County.

“Seymour itself also offers much for young families to do,” says Ms. DeRosa. “The town features seven different parks with facilities such as hiking trails, playground equipment, softball fields, a baseball field, a soccer field, a Little League complex and a skate park.

“There’s also the Keith Mitchell Forest which offers 229 acres of pristine land that provides hiking and wildlife viewing for visitors and the Housatonic and Naugatuck Rivers where fishing and other water sports can be enjoyed. Boutique shopping can be found in Seymour’s quaint downtown district which is lined with brick sidewalks and old-fashioned streetlamps.”

Young couples and families will also appreciate the highly-regarded Seymour public school district which features three elementary schools, the Seymour Middle School and Seymour High School.

For additional information on Rolling Hills, please call (203) 881-8100 or visit http://New.HomesAtRollingHills.com.

The Rolling Hills

A single-family home at Rolling Hills
A single-family home at Rolling Hills
Sales Center is open Thursday through Monday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m. or by appointment.
To visit the community from Route 8 North or South, take Exit 22 l;(Bank Street) to Route 67. In approx. ½ mile, turn left onto Skokorat Rd. Rolling Hills is 1.3 miles on the right.



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