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NextAge Realty's Arthur Napolitano Tapped to Market Luxury Homes in East Brunswick

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EAST BRUNSWICK, NJ – D & D Developers and Alexis Properties, LLC, noted for their custom crafted homes in East Brunswick in both the Irene Estates development and Blue Diamond Hill Court, has hired Arthur Napolitano and the NextAge M3 Realty Group to head up the marketing of their latest new homes development in East Brunswick,

“Hidden Pond,"  Hidden Pond Court is an enclave of six individual home sites off Dutch Road, near the Milltown border.

The project also includes two additional lots on Dutch Road.

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Each home site is more than 1.11 acres and is suitable for a “daylight, walkout basement."

Plans for most homes feature a three-car garage as well.

For the budget minded shopper, the Dutch Road properties are truly a great value.

There are several plans from which to choose, or bring your own.

As a true “custom builder”, D & D will work hard to build your home within your budget.

The developers sought out Napolitano because of his successful sales career and knowledge of marketing new construction.

Art Napolitano has been selling both residential resales and new construction homes in the area for more than 37 years.

One of the partners of Alexis Properties, Susan Kohen, has known Art for years, and when the time came to seek out new representation for this site, he immediately came to mind.

“Art has the knowledge and market experience we feel we need to successfully market these homes," said Kohen. "His approach is fresh, his business acumen has a solid 'common sense touch' and he is not afraid to tell us 'like it is.'"

Currently on the site, there is one completed home, designed by D&D Developers as a start-point for the site.

That custom home, approximately 5,210 square-feet, is fully available for showing and purchase and offered at a value price of $1,295,000.

“At this price, a buyer is truly getting a bargain," Napolitano said. "The builders have loaded this one up with options and extras so much that they cannot build it again for what they are now asking. Their cost to build was over $320 per square foot.”

Those outstanding options and features include such things as 10’ first floor ceilings and 9’ second floor ceilings, 2x6 exterior wall construction, 5” wood plank flooring throughout the second floor, quartzite countertops in the kitchen and magnificent millwork throughout the entire home.

Marketing now as “true custom homes”, buyers can choose from one of the many plans the builder has, modify them if needed or pick their own plan and have it built.

“Some of the buyers we have seen so far have expressed great interest in building the home of their dreams here," said Napolitano, “We are entertaining a terrific couple now, finalizing the details for a home approximately 5,800 square feet on one of our prime lots.”

Pricing for these fine homes is based on $240 per square foot, depending on the style of the home.

Generous “standards” make designing your home a dream.

The two lots on Dutch Road can be a great buy for those shopping anywhere from $750,000 and up.

Interior cul-de-sac pricing will start a bit higher to protect the integrity of the current home, and the upcoming gem.

For more information on this great opportunity to own your custom-built home in beautiful East Brunswick, or to schedule a visit, contact Arthur Napolitano at NextAge M3 Realty Group, at the office (732) 240-1228 or direct to his cell phone (732) 735-1148.

NextAge M3 Realty Group is an Independent Real Estate Company serving Middlesex, Monmouth, Somerset and Mercer counties, with their office located at 1 New Road in Kendall Park NJ.

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