FIRST TOWNHOME BUILDING RELEASED FOR SALE AT HIGH POINTE AT PANTHER VALLEY IN ALLAMUCHY TWP.

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ALLAMUCHY, NJ – The first townhome building at High Pointe at Panther Valley, a new collection of 72 luxury three-bedroom residences in this gated Allamuchy Township neighborhood, has been released for sale, according to developer Baker Residential.

Designed to masterfully blend with its sought-after address in one of Warren County, N.J.’s most picturesque suburban settings, High Pointe at Panther Valley features attractive two-story Farmhouse-style buildings with traditional white siding, cultured stone base, gable roofs and bronze classic double pane windows.

Inside, spacious residences provide a long list of designer appointments included in the purchase price, such as hardwood flooring, gourmet kitchens with granite countertops and Stainless Steel GE Appliances, and master baths with tiled showers.  All homes in the initial building also provide a two-car garage and finished walk-out basement with ample storage as added bonuses.

Best of all, the townhomes at High Pointe at Panther Valley offer incredible locations that take full advantage of its surrounding mountain views.  The residences face east, with western facing outdoor decks that provide the perfect place to unwind and embrace stunning mountain sunsets.

“These homes are situated in the heart of the scenic New Jersey Skylands and reflect the natural beauty of Panther Valley, which is defined by rolling hills and heavily-wooded terrain,” says Joan Dearani, Sales Agent for the developer.  “The community lies in the shadows of the Allamuchy and Stephens Mountains and provides unrivaled views in every direction.  It’s truly the ideal country-inspired environment.”

High Pointe at Panther Valley offers a selection of four home designs that meet the lifestyle needs of today’s sophisticated buyer.   Three of the layouts — the Canterbury, Riviera, and Sherwood — provide first floor master bedroom suites, an attractive option for those looking for the ease of one-level living.    The fourth floorplan — the Oakwood — boasts a more traditional layout with a second floor master suite and main level living with an open kitchen, breakfast nook and large living room and dining room.  Reservations have already been taken on homes in the initial building, which are priced from $379,990.

“High Pointe at Panther Valley represents the final townhomes Baker Residential will be introducing in this enviable neighborhood,” Ms. Dearani continues.  “We’ve certainly saved the best for last.  These layouts have been carefully thought-out to provide functional and luxury living at an incredibly attractive price point.  Each floorplan is unique with design features all their own.  For example, our end units provide volume ceilings in the living room to produce a high level of space and comfort.”

Located in the gated Panther Valley neighborhood, residents of High Pointe will have a strong sense of privacy and security.  Homeowners will also have access to the community’s full roster of amenities includes two sparkling lakes, three beautiful pools, a wealth of tennis & basketball courts and tot lots. The 18-hole Panther Valley Golf & Country Club is available on a membership basis.

High Pointe is located within close proximity to major transportation outlets. Route 80 lies just outside Panther Valley’s front gate, providing easy access to highways such as Routes 10, 287 and 78 which whisk residents to Morristown, Parsippany, and Manhattan, along with the George Washington Bridge.

The High Pointe sales office is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m.  For additional information, please call (914) 461 – 9501 or visit www.highpointepv.com.

About Baker Residential

Baker Residential, a White Plains. N.Y.-based family owned and operated real estate 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 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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THREE TIPS FOR STYLING AN ENTRYWAY

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via A Beautiful Mess – We’re still hard at work on our studio house—one mini space at a time. This week we completed two small spaces (double yay!), and today we’re teaming up with Martha Stewart Living at The Home Depot to share a few tips for styling an entry space.

But first, I must confess. I’m the worst at mini spaces. You know the ones. Too small to be a room, but still in need of decor and organization. I put them off and eventually get used to their half-finished status. They’re my blind spot.

But not this time! This time things are different. And you know what? I’m loving it. Our new entry space is inviting and organized. Since it’s the first thing we see when we walk through those doors every morning, I think of this space as our friendliest spot in the house, always waving “hell-oo-ooo!”

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Creating a Library in Your Apartment

Young woman wearing cozy sweater,sitting in comfortable armchair, enjoying reading a book at home libraryJust because you live in small space doesn’t mean you should have to be reading everything on Kindle. If you’re a true bibliophile, you probably leave dozens (or hundreds) of books lying out all around your home. Instead of shoving them under the bed or trying to get your mom to store them for you, you should figure out how to use your books to add color and beauty to your apartment. So how you can display them without looking like you’re on an episode of “Hoarders?” Here are the best ways to incorporate a library into any small space:

Use Bookshelves as Dividers

If you live in a studio apartment or need to divide a single room into multiple sections, consider investing in a pair of large, open bookshelves. You’ll be able to use them to split up the room without actually enclosing it or having to hang anything from the ceiling. A couple of bookcases can make up the wall of a makeshift bedroom while showing all your titles off to guests. Should you ever feel like revamping your living space, you can reposition the shelves to create an entirely new layout.

Display Books in a Hallway

Too often, small apartment owners under-utilize their hallways. Get rid of the dead space by hanging up a few shelves and displaying some books along the hall. You’ll be using your living area to its full potential and make some DIY book art in the process. Find out how much weight your shelves will be able to bear before putting too many books on them.

Turn A Closet into a Library

If you happen to have an unused closet in your apartment or would be willing to store your clothes and other belongings elsewhere, you could create a mini-library. If you’re lucky enough to have a walk-in closet, put a chair or a bean bag in there and turn it into a full-fledged reading room. Hang up some lights or plug in a few lamps to complete this ultimate bookworm oasis. Continue Reading 

10 of the hottest interior trends for Spring Summer 2018

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House Beautiful has some great ideas for Summer decorating … 

Ice-cream pastels, glittery golds, indigo blues and super zingy color pops – these are all trends for this year.

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Macrame, fringing, tufting, tassels and feathers – you name it, it’s here for this season and you’ll see it on cushions, wall hangings, throws, rugsand accessories. This trend will add a wonderful handmade quality to each room, beautiful tactile cushions on the sofa and a sumptuous throw with tassels on the bed, and a wall-hanging or two on plain walls .CONTINUE READING >>>

The Common Art-Hanging Mistakes We Keep Seeing Over and Over

2018-06-11_11-39-11Though I’m a firm believe in the power of doing whatever you damn well want—and in fact applaud design rule breakers—sometimes design “mistakes” don’t make a room feel rebellious. They just make a space seem sad. Read on to see if either of these art hanging no-no’s is currently on display in your home. And then learn how you can remedy and re-hang the situation.

Mistake #1: Hanging art too high

I see this mistake the most often. It seems so trivial, but even a piece of art hung a few inches too high can make a whole room feel “off.”

What do I mean by too high? Because factors are different for every home—where the art is going, what it will be hanging above, how high the ceilings are—there’s no one-size-fits-all formula that can tell you exactly where on your wall an art piece needs to go. But, there are some tips you can remember that might help you remedy this mistake if you’ve realized some of your art is too high.

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Summer Tablescape Ideas

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Welcome to the summer edition of 10 Minute Decorating!  Today we’ll all be sharing some simple outdoor decorating ideas that reflect that more relaxed summer vibe that I love.  You can find all of the beautiful projects from my blogging friends at the end of this post.  They’re all quick, easy, and add that pretty summer touch!  But first, some simple summer tablescape ideas from me!

Summer is my absolute FAVORITE season of the year!  I look forward to it all year.  The weather, the more laid back schedules, the fresh fruits and veggies, evenings on the backyard patio – I love it all! {well… except the mosquitos!}.  We also love BBQing and having our meals outdoors.  Our patio is east facing so I can get some morning sun while having my breakfast and enjoy the cooler shade once the later afternoon hits. Continue reading at .cleanandscentsible.com >>>

THE MODERN ETIQUETTE GUIDE TO HOSTESS GIFTS

hostess-gifts-guide-2015Not all hostess gifts come equal… While you may bring a good bottle of wine or a designer scented candle to a dinner party, you’ll want to splurge a little more if you’re staying with someone for a few days to a week.

If you have no idea how much you should be spending on a hostess gift, a good guide to follow is to estimate how much they’re spending on your dinner/stay/etc. If you’re ravaging their fridge and wine cellar every day for a week, it might warrant a bigger present than if you were simply crashing their couch, and drinking their tap water for two days.

Keep your budget in mind while shopping too. While you might want to splurge on a nice gift for a friend who’s hosting you over the Holidays, there’s no reason to open a credit line for it. Make sure you’re comfortable with what you’re spending, and that goes for all gifts. CONTINUE READING AT SAVVY HOME