BENSALEM, PA -- Orleans Homes is excited to announce that it has acquired three excellent parcels of land and is offering three new Philadelphia-area communities.
Yardley Walk in Yardley, Pa., and Town Centre Crossing in Glen Mills, Pa., feature luxury townhomes. Wildflowers at South Knolls, as offered by OHB Homes, Inc., in Jackson Township, N.J., will provide low-maintenance, single-level living for 55+ homebuyers.
Orleans Homes' North Division is still actively purchasing land in the Philadelphia area and surrounding submarkets.
"We were very fortunate to have the opportunity to buy beautiful pieces of land in these desirable markets," said John Evans, president of Orleans' North Division. "It's given us the opportunity to create these three communities and provide hundreds of people in this area with a chance to live the Orleans 'Simply Happy' lifestyle."
Yardley Walk is now open and offering 63 luxury townhomes with up to 4 bedrooms and 3,294 square feet, with first-floor masters and 2-car garages, in the heart of Yardley Borough.
Town Centre Crossing opens this summer with 96 luxury townhomes, up to 3 bedrooms and 2,738 square feet, also with first-floor masters and 2-car garages, in Delaware County.
Wildflowers at South Knolls offers 53 ranch homes with 2 beds, 2 baths and 2-car garages and up to 1,993 square feet in Ocean County.
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About Orleans Homebuilders, Inc.
Orleans Homes was founded in 1918 and is one of the oldest, continually operated homebuilders in the United States. It is committed to building thoughtfully designed homes and creating unique neighborhoods that cater to the way people live today. The company builds single-family homes and townhomes that range in price from the upper $170,000s to $1.5 million. It is currently operating in 43 neighborhoods in 8 distinct markets: Southeastern Pennsylvania, Central and Southern New Jersey, Orange County, N.Y., Charlotte, Raleigh and Greensboro, N.C., and Chicago, Ill.