Carriage home community hosting ‘It’s All About vou’ weekend
Coldwell Banker Premier Properties and W. B. Homes is hosting an “It’s All About vou!” weekend at Thorndale carriage home community in historic Towamencin Township May 18 and 19.
Meet the Builder, see new models and floor plans, learn about selling your existing home and meet your neighbor.
David J. Caracausa, president and broker of Coldwell Banker Premier Properties, announced the special event at the Thorndale Community will be held this coming Saturday and Sunday, May 18 and 19. It is an opportunity to pursue an interest in Thorndale and explore how to create a seamless transition from an existing home to a brand new home at Thorndale.
The builder, William Bonenberger, and his staff will be at the event to meet prospective buyers. They will be available to present the W. B. Homes new models, quality construction features, answer any questions on the construction features and any customized options a potential homeowner may need.
Coldwell Banker Premier Properties Vice President and broker Marco Tustanowsky will be on hand with staff to discuss the sale and seamless process to sell a buyer’s existing home and purchase at Thorndale.
Tustanowsky will explain the different resale programs available to execute the sale of a buyer’s existing home. Free market analysis for buyers existing homes will be offered to any prospective buyers.
Thorndale is a community of 126 spacious carriage homes starting in the A300,000s, boasting a grand boulevard entry as well as an interior trail and sidewalk system. Thorndale’s convenient location to public transportation and major roadways allows for easy access to nearby towns providing quaint shopping, dining and entertainment such as Historic Skippack Village, Ambler and Doylestown.
Coldwell Banker Premier Properties and W. B. Homes will introduce three new models, The Lincoln, The Wayne and The Alexander to the Thorndale community. Each features an open, airy floor plan, with The Wayne offering a convenient first- floor owner’s suite. The models also feature the Thorndale characteristic Old World charm, W. B. Homes trademark amenities and custom millwork package.
Thorndale, surrounded by 11 acres of preserved open space within the community, will feature three carriage homes per building and extensive landscaping design allowing residents to enjoy the outdoor environment. Several unique floor plans offer something for everyone; whether it is an owner’s suite on the first or second floor or a walkout basement the product offering at Thorndale is versatile. Exterior facades enhanced by traditional stone and stucco, as well as beaded siding combined with Colonial pediment above selected windows and doors, and carriage style garage doors create an Old World look and charm.
A standard feature in all models offered at Thorndale is a great room with gas fireplace and volume ceiling, rear decks or patio, and a two- car garage. Buyers may decide to add a sunroom, study, fourth bedroom or a third- floor loft.
Outside the home, buyers can enjoy the community without the hassle of maintenance. A full service homeowner’s association handles all routine and seasonal lawn, landscaping and grounds maintenance as well as snow removal from common areas allowing for a carefree lifestyle.
“Mirroring the builder’s high standards of construction, Coldwell Banker Premier Properties will handle every facet of the buyer’s new home purchase as well as the sale of their existing home, creating a full service, seamless real estate transaction and relocation,” Caracausa said.
Thorndale is located near the intersection of Forty Foot Road and Allentown Road in Towamencin Township. Contact sales specialists Amy Williamson and Peggy Gardner, available daily from 11 a. m. to 5 p. m. except Wednesday by appointment only. For further information, visit the company website at www. wbhomesinc. com or call 215- 368- 7880.