Builder offers $5,000 credit on Indian Estate properties


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— Don’t miss your chance to escape to heaven.

Only four lots remain in the beautiful Indian Ridge Estates subdivision. These perfectly level one-plus acre lots are located in an established subdivision within the Minisink Valley School District.

Everything you have been dreaming of is found here.

New construction? Check!
Value? Absolutely! The builder is offering a $5,000 credit toward closing costs.

Discriminating buyers will appreciate the attention to detail and care found throughout these properties. Hardwood floors, a beautiful fireplace and plentiful storage space have been installed with you in mind.

Act now and snatch up new offerings including ranches, Cape Cods and bi-levels ranging from 1,600 to 2,200-square feet, priced at $279,900 to $319,000. Taxes ranging from $7,000 to $8,000 are another reason to make this your home.

Only here you can get new construction in a to-die-for location plus an exceptional value.

Here you are just 15 minutes from major arteries including Route 17, Route 6, Interstate 84 and minutes from Metro North in Middletown. This property is a commuter’s dream and you are even close to the New Jersey state line.

Check out the spec home at 16 Indian Ridge Road, Lot 29, to see your fantasies realized. This “Santa Clara” floor plan offers a two-story foyer, open space for a family room and kitchen, a garage on grade and full, walkout basement available at $329,000 with $5,000 credit to buyer at closing.

With roughly 2,300 square feet, four bedrooms and two-and-a-half baths, you will have room to spare for your growing family. Only four lots are left in Phase One so you will want to make your move soon.

Contact Nancy Sardo and Melissa Jayne by calling 845-986-5600.



Editor’s note: Each week’s featured home is chosen from among the houses offered by The Warwick Advertiser’s advertisers. For more information, e-mail the director of sales, Rick Sophia, at sales@strausnews.com.


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