Homebuyers interested in enjoying the luxury and grace that comes with residing in one of Connecticut’s most sought-after residential communities can now do so even faster than imagined at The Manors at Rolling Hills, a limited collection of single-family homes which offers competitive pricing and considerable value in Seymour, CT.

Baker Residential, developer of Rolling Hills, has just released its Sussex design with ‘quick delivery’ move-in dates as soon as 60 days after signing a contract.

Priced from $399,990, the four-bedroom, 2,510 square-foot floorplan boasts 2.5 baths, two-car garage and is lined with high-end appointments such as a gourmet eat-in kitchen with maple cabinets, cashmere white granite counters and stainless steel Whirlpool Gold appliances, family room with vaulted ceilings and fireplace, two-story foyer, formal living and dining rooms, study and master suite with vaulted ceilings, a walk-in closet and additional closet and bath with granite counter tops, soaking tub and separate shower with frameless glass doors.

“This is the perfect scenario for buyers who need to move-into their new residences quickly,” says Sales Representative Mary Ellen DeRosa. “In addition to receiving one of our most popular and elegant designs, lucky purchasers will have the added benefit of residing in their new luxury home just weeks after they make their decision to purchase.”

The Manors are the perfect complement to Rolling Hills limited selection of estate-styled residences, The Estates at Rolling Hills. Attractively priced from $424,900, this popular collection of homes features four-bedroom residences that range from 2,100 to 4,000 square feet and include 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. Estate-styled homes also boast additional standard upgrades including full asphalt driveways, concrete walks and stone foundations. Most residences lie on private, half-acre homesites.

Unique to the collection is the 2,161 square-feet Ashford design which boasts a first-floor master bedroom suite, ideal for empty-nesters or those who want the ease of one-level living, but don’t want to sacrifice space.

Homes in The Manors will blend perfectly with the dynamic New England inspired streetscape at Rolling Hills. Homeowners will also enjoy a simply breathtaking location in Connecticut’s Naugatuck River Valley.

“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, notes Ms. DeRosa.”

Homeowners will also find many recreational, social and shopping opportunities within Seymour itself. 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.

Those with 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 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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