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Bensalem Community Offering Final Opportunities


Bensalem, PA, September 2014: The countdown is on in Bensalem, as D.R. Horton’s Pennsylvania/New Jersey division approaches closeout at its distinctive Bucks County community, The Grande at Wellington Estates. The in-demand community is now offering final opportunities, with only four homes remaining at press time, all of which are available for quick move-in.

Stately and exquisitely designed, the single-family colonial homes at The Grande at Wellington Estates range in size from 2,700 to 3,800 square feet of living space, with pricing from the upper-$400s – an impressive price for homes of this size and caliber and in such a prime Bucks County location. These magnificent estate homes offer up to five bedrooms and four-and-a-half baths, with two-car garages and a first-floor in-law suite available. Homes are loaded with the kinds of features that discerning buyers expect and demand today, including granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, 42-inch furniture-finished wood cabinetry, hardwood and ceramic tile floors, and nine-foot ceilings on the first floor.

Located only about 16 miles from Philadelphia in historic Bensalem, The Grande at Wellington Estates is conveniently set in one of Bucks County’s most desirable areas. Homeowners enjoy easy access to major roadways including I-95, Routes 1 and 13, the PA Turnpike and Woodhaven Road (PA 63). Commuters will also appreciate the neighborhood’s close proximity to the Cornwells Heights SEPTA station, with park-and-ride commuter rail to Center City Philadelphia or New York City. The community’s close proximity to major highways and to neighboring New Jersey makes Wellington Estates ideal for anyone working in Philadelphia, Princeton, central Jersey and even New York City.

Living in Bensalem is an amenity in itself. Homeowners and families can take advantage of a variety of recreational opportunities. Set along the Delaware River near a number of historic sites and buildings, Bensalem offers some of the region’s most idyllic scenery, with covered bridges and country fields dotting the landscape. Living at The Grande at Wellington Estates, families will appreciate being near Neshaminy State Park and the River Walk Trail along the Delaware River, as well as Pennypack Park with its beautiful trails, and Lake Nockamixon, which offers boating and swimming in season. The neighborhood is also close to a variety of restaurants and dining choices, as well as plenty of great shopping, including the Neshaminy Mall and the popular Patel Brothers grocery store. Families with young children will also appreciate living so close to Sesame Place, the popular amusement park.

Visit The Grande at Wellington Estates soon, while there are still a handful of homes remaining. Take a tour of the community’s beautifully decorated model home and discover why so many families throughout the Delaware Valley are making the move to this one-of-a-kind community. The Grande at Wellington Estates is located at 1301 Cheltenham Drive at Essex and Street Roads in Bensalem. The sales office is open Friday, Saturday, Sunday, and Tuesday from 10:00 a.m.–5:00 p.m., and Monday from 12:00 Noon–5:00 p.m. For directions or more information about the community, call (215) 244-1394.


D.R. Horton, “America’s Builder,” has been building families beautiful homes in desirable locations for more than 35 years. Ranked America’s largest homebuilder for twelve years in a row by volume, D.R. Horton has built more than 470,000 homes with quality, functionality, value, and style in mind. For more information about D.R. Horton’s Pennsylvania/New Jersey division, please call toll free (855) 374-5678, or visit Home and community information including pricing, included features, terms, availability and amenities are subject to change and prior sale at any time without notice or obligation. Measurements and distances are approximate. D.R. Horton is an equal housing opportunity builder.


09/23/2014 - 11:44


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