Strong Sales for New Robbinsville Community
Robbinsville, NJ, October 2014: Springside at Robbinsville, a new community of single-family homes and townhomes from award-winning builder Sharbell Development Corp., opened this past July and reports that sales have been strong since opening. The new Mercer County community is now officially taking non-binding reservations.
Springside at Robbinsville features 134 single-family homes, including a mixture of traditional and carriage-style designs, as well as a limited collection of only 16 townhomes, all set in one of Central New Jersey’s most convenient locations. The two-story single-family homes at Springside will range in size from approximately 2,600–3,400 square feet of living space, featuring three bedrooms, two-and-a-half to three-and-a-half baths, and two-car garages. Some homes will have second-floor lofts and/or first-floor dens. Prices for the single-family homes currently begin at $526,000. Prices for the townhomes, which will feature three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, and two-car garages, begin at $430,000.
Sharbell is including a variety of luxury features in every home at Springside, including nine-foot ceilings on the first floor; hardwood flooring in foyers, dining rooms, kitchens and breakfast areas; interior oak tread staircases; gourmet kitchens with 42” Birch upper cabinets, granite countertops, and Jenn-Air™ stainless steel appliances; and much more.
Homeowners at Springside at Robbinsville will enjoy living in a warm, traditional-styled neighborhood with Belgian block street curbing and sidewalks lining the streets. The neighborhood will offer a strong appeal to families, with a highly rated school district and a recreational lifestyle that will include a community clubhouse and outdoor pool, planned for late 2016.
Homeowners will also appreciate living in such a convenient location. Springside is located just off of Route 130 in Robbinsville, with easy access to Routes 33, 1 and 206, as well as I-195, I-295, and the NJ Turnpike, facilitating easy travel throughout the state, as well as to New York City, Philadelphia and the Jersey shore. Commuters can take advantage of direct 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.
Mercer County offers a variety of recreational activities, many of which are very close to Springside. The county is home to many parks, paths and trails, including nearby Mercer County Park. The Jersey shore is also an easy drive from the new neighborhood. Plenty of great shopping and dining opportunities are also nearby, including the Mercer Mall and the Quakerbridge Mall. And Princeton is just a short drive away, as well, with its eclectic mix of shops, boutiques, fine restaurants, and cafes on Nassau Street and in around Palmer Square.
Visit the new sales center at Springside at Robbinsville to learn more about this exciting community and opportunities that are currently available. The sales center is now open daily from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. and located at 207 Gordon Road in Robbinsville. For directions or more information, please call (609) 336-0300, or visit 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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