SEYMOUR, CT – A key decision by Baker Residential to retain one of Connecticut’s most recognizable real estate brokerage firms is paying strong dividends at Rolling Hills, the eclectic collection of single-family Manor and Estate homes in Seymour, CT.

Since Carey & Guarrera Real Estate Associates joined the collection of 70 suburban residences this spring as exclusive Sales Representatives, several homes have already been sold and reservations taken on many others.  The accelerated sales pace has resulted in the release of the third housing phase at the neighborhood which features some of the best locations on large, private homesites.

Much of the success is being attributed to the introduction of two new housing designs in the Manor and Estate home collections, according to Chris Carey, Owner/Broker of Carey & Guarrera.

In the Manors at Rolling Hills, the 2,161-square-foot Ashford layout, which features a first-floor master bedroom suite, has become a popular choice for empty-nesters or those who want the ease of one-level living, but don’t want to sacrifice space.

In the Estates at Rolling Hills, the 1,800-square-foot Oxford — a ranch-style design that is priced from just $385,000 — has drawn significant interest. The three-bedroom home features an expansive master suite, two baths and family room with cathedral ceilings and fireplace and an optional bonus room on the second floor.

“Activity has been high since April as both new and past prospects visit Rolling Hills to discover these new housing designs,” says Mr. Carey.  “Broker participation is also on the rise as word spreads among local real estate agents about the incredible homes and value offered here.”

Rolling Hills impressive collection of estate-styled residences, The Estates at Rolling Hills, is priced from $396,900 and ranges from 2,400 to 3000 square feet of luxury living space.  Each four-bedroom layout includes two-and-a-half baths, a two story entry foyer, formal living and dining rooms, a large family room with fireplaces and colonial mantle, gourmet kitchen with exquisite granite countertop, hardwood flooring and an oversized pantry and full basement.

Those interested in three-and four-bedroom single-family manor-styled homes, will be drawn to the selection of residences at The Manors at Rolling Hills. Priced from the mid-$300,000s, homes in The Manors range from 1,704 to 2,442 square feet of living space and are available with a variety of upscale elements such as two-and-a-half baths, two-car garages and full unfinished basements.  For those excited to start enjoying this exceptional lifestyle, Rolling Hills currently has one 2,400-square-foot Shelton which is priced at $414,900 and available for “Quick Delivery” in 60-to-90 days after closing.

Rolling Hills is the perfect complement to Seymour’s beautiful landscape and historic downtown area which features brick sidewalks and old-fashioned streetlamps. Homebuyers are drawn to the town’s many recreational, social and shopping opportunities which include 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,” Mr. Guarrera indicates.

The Rolling Hills Sales Center is open Saturday and Sunday from 12:00 to 4:00 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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