Springside at Robbinsville Offers Final Lots & Appealing Incentives as Fall Approaches
Robbinsville, NJ, September 2017: As summer wraps up, things are busy at Sharbell Development’s Springside at Robbinsville, a popular new community of single-family homes in Mercer County. As construction moves along rapidly on the community’s clubhouse and pool, the builder has just released the final lots for sale at Springside – and they have truly saved the best for last, according to Donna Kleinfeldt, Sales Manager at Springside at Robbinsville.
“These final home sites really are premium opportunities,” Kleinfeldt said. “They are very desirable, with some nestled among trees and backing up to open space. They’re all just a short distance from the clubhouse and pool, which will be very convenient for residents, once construction is complete on those facilities.”
In addition to the final lots being released, Sharbell is offering some attractive incentives for buyers at Springside at Robbinsville. For a limited time, the builder is including a free finished basement in the base price of newly sold homes in Section 3C-2 of the community. (Finished basements will be approximately 500 SF and will be builder’s plan only.) In addition, buyers will receive 20% off options on all homes sold through September 30, 2017 (up to $10,000). Please see a Springside sales associate for details and restrictions.
Springside at Robbinsville has proven to be one of Mercer County’s most popular new communities. Winner of a prestigious Community of the Year Grand Award from the Shore Builders Association of Central New Jersey, Springside features a collection of attractive single-family home designs that offer up to approximately 3,400 square feet of living space. Homes include three bedrooms, two-and-a-half to three-and-a-half baths, two-car garages, and full basements. Some homes have second-floor lofts and/or first-floor dens.
Homes include a number of luxury features such as nine-foot ceilings on the first floor; hardwood flooring in foyers, dining rooms, kitchens and breakfast areas; gourmet kitchens with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances; and much more. Buyers also have a choice of many interior finishes to further personalize their homes. Pricing starts from the mid-$500s.
Springside is conveniently located in one of Mercer County’s most desirable areas, with children in the neighborhood attending the highly rated Robbinsville schools. Commuting is easy, as Springside is just off of Route 130, providing convenient access to Routes 33, 1 and 206, as well as I-195, I-295, and the NJ Turnpike. Commuters can also take advantage of NJ Transit and Amtrak train service from nearby Princeton Junction or Hamilton stations, for easy access to New York, Philadelphia, or various points throughout New Jersey and beyond.
Make plans to visit Springside at Robbinsville soon to see the selection of just-released final lots and to take advantage of the special incentives that are available now through the end of September. Take a tour of the award-winning model home and discover why so many families are choosing to move to this distinguished community. The Springside sales center and model home are open daily from 10:00 a.m.– 5:00 p.m. (closed Tuesday), and are located at 98 Thomas Drive in Robbinsville. For directions or more information, call (609) 336-0300. You may also learn more about the community online, at www.sharbell.com.
About Sharbell Development Corporation:
Over the past 30+ years, award-winning Sharbell Development Corp. has built over 3,000 homes in central New Jersey, from million-dollar custom estates to multi-family condominiums. The company also successfully develops and manages complete retail, office and mixed-use projects throughout the state. Sharbell has garnered numerous national and local honors and awards, including Home Buyers Warranty's coveted "Diamond Home Builder" designation, and New Jersey Future's 2008 and 2010 Smart Growth Awards for Plainsboro Village Center and Washington Town Center. The developer maintains an ongoing commitment to serving the needs of its homeowners, as well as serving the public good through meticulous planning, a special sensitivity to land use and the environment, and a constant effort to improve the communities in which it builds, creating a shared sense of pride and place for both existing and new residents and tenants.
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