Strong Summer Demand Expected at Fast-Selling Maple Fields in Orange County, N.Y.

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MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. – A strong summer selling season is expected at Maple Fields in Orange County, N.Y.  First-time homebuyers and young families continue to be strongly motivated at the new collection of 196 townhomes in Middletown thanks in large measure to the community’s affordable pricing and premium purchasing opportunities.

Developer Baker Residential has recently released a new building of spacious well-appointed three-bedroom residences, making available each of the townhome designs offered at the fast-selling suburban neighborhood.  Also drawing the attention of buyers is a soon-to-be-released building which will provide a select few homesites with locations directly backing up to a wooded conservation area.  The homes boast expansive decks and walk-out basements to complement the location.

“We’ve sold well over 100 homes and expect to significantly add to that total in the weeks ahead,” says Elizabeth Bauer, Director of Sales and Marketing for Baker Residential.  “The spring and summer seasons in Orange County are the most popular times for buyers to begin their search and many are finding the perfect home at Maple Fields.  To accommodate growing demand and rising interest, we’ve made sure some of our best housing opportunities are available to prospective homebuyers.”

Priced from just $268,400, homes at Maple Fields range in size from 2,274 to 2,329 square-feet of living space and provide a long list of upgrades in the purchase price.  Buyers receive designer finishes, including 2 ¼” prefinished hardwood flooring on the first floor, gourmet-inspired kitchens with breakfast nooks, stainless steel kitchen appliances including the refrigerator, attached two-car garages, finished basement, and washer and dryer.

Residents at Maple Fields benefit from a well-rounded lifestyle with on-site recreational amenities right outside their doorstep.  Homeowners have access to a community clubhouse, tot lot, and 1/2 basketball court.  A sparkling outdoor pool will make its heralded debut this summer.

When not enjoying the well-rounded lifestyle at Maple Fields, homeowners can bask in the beauty of the community’s location with Middletown’s scenic rolling hills, heavily wooded terrain and tremendous open space creating the perfect suburban oasis.

Maple Fields’ combination of a close-knit, country-like neighborhood environment and affordably-priced homes filled with numerous upscale appointments has drawn many young homebuyers priced out of northern New Jersey and New York City, but seeking to remain near major business and entertainment centers.  The community is within close proximity to Route 17, Route 84, the New York State Thruway and express buses and trains into Manhattan.

The Maple Fields sales office is open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. For additional information on the community, please call 914-461-9208 or visit www.maple-fields.com.  You can also find Maple Fields on Facebook, on Twitter, or read more about the community on the community blog.

About Baker Residential

Baker Residential, a White Plains. N.Y.-based family owned and operated real estate concern, is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2016.  The company was formed five decades ago based on a commitment to quality, excellent personalized customer service and creativity in each home design.  This mindset has enabled the company to create hundreds of new home communities of great distinction and uniqueness that are home to thousands of families in New York, New Jersey, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and the Carolinas.

Homes themselves provide “A Difference You Can See” with everlasting value thanks to attention-to-detail, high quality materials, fine craftsmanship and a long roster of standard designer interior features and finishes.  Distinctive exterior architectural details on each Baker residence creates streetscape of great variety and flair with ample sidewalks and lush landscaping to provide a welcoming environment.

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