HAMILTON, NJ -- Construction is moving along at Vintage at Hamilton, Sharbell Development Corp’s new Mercer County community featuring 122 townhomes and duplexes for active adults aged 55 and over. Work is currently underway on the community’s model, as well as the first homes, with the builder anticipating them to be completed next summer. Located in Hamilton Township, sales have been strong in the new community, which will also feature lifestyle amenities including a clubhouse, outdoor pool and more.
Vintage at Hamilton offers four different floor plans which feature 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, first floor study and second floor loft area. All homes come with an attached one or two-car garage (depending on plan) and full basement. Buyers will also have the option to finish their basement for an added level of living! Homes range from approximately 2100 – 2300 SF.
In addition to a long list of standard features, including plank style flooring, oak tread staircases, granite countertops, ceramic tiled baths, smart home technology and much more, buyers can customize their homes even further with a choice of numerous options and upgrades available to truly personalize their home. Pricing begins at $389,900. For more information call (609) 900-3130 or visit www.sharbell.com.
About Sharbell Development Corporation
Since 1984, Sharbell Development Corp. has built over 4,000 homes in central New Jersey, from million-dollar custom estates to multi-family condominiums. Vintage at Hamilton will be their fourth active adult community in Hamilton Township, a testament to the company’s strong relationship with the residents of the area. Sharbell 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 2-10 Home Buyers Warranty’s Diamond Home Builder designation and New Jersey Future’s Smart Growth Award. Sharbell 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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