K. Hovnanian Sells Dynamic Community in Lower Makefield

Beautiful homes are featured at DeerBrook, in Lower Makefield, Pa. which is mentioned in Money Magazine

Beautiful homes are featured at DeerBrook, in Lower Makefield, Pa. which is mentioned in Money Magazine.

   Marlboro, home of Lexington Estates, and Lower Makefield, Pa., where the company is building DeerBrook, each earned a spot on the "hottest towns" list in Money Magazine. The two towns survived an elimination process that began with 271 towns and cities. Joe Riggs, group president of K. Hovnanian’s Northeast Region, says he’s not surprised the two towns are considered hot places.
   "These are two dynamic communities in very different places," he said. "They are wonderful places to live with a variety of features and amenities. Our homes in these communities are selling very quickly."
   The spectacular homes at DeerBrook range in size from approximately 3,700 to over 6,100 square feet. Homes feature four bedrooms, 3½ bathrooms, full basements and a two-car garage. Impressive features include grand entry foyer, formal living and dining rooms, designer eat-in kitchen, dramatic two-story family room, and a luxurious master bedroom with opulent master bath.
   The charming sights and sounds of New Hope and Lambertville are just a short drive away, as are numerous golf courses and other recreational facilities. Close to Interstate 95, State Route 1 and the Pennsylvania Turnpike, Lower Makefield offers a hassle-free commute to Philadelphia, Trenton and even New York City.
   K. Hovnanian’s Lexington Estates is an exclusive community featuring 80 single-family estate homes of the grandest scale. Homes range in size from approximately 3,500 to over 7,000 square feet, featuring four bedrooms, 3½ baths, basements and a 2 or 3-car side-entry garage. Each home has impressive features including a grand entry foyer, formal living and dining room, gourmet eat-in kitchen, two story family room, and a luxurious master bedroom with opulent master bath.
   Residents in the Marlboro area enjoy excellent schools and the convenience of a wide variety of shopping facilities. Regional shopping malls include the Freehold Raceway Mall and Monmouth Mall. There are also numerous shopping opportunities along Routes 9, 79, 18 and 34, all which dissect the township.
   A galaxy of cultural, entertainment, and educational facilities are close to Marlboro, including the PNC Bank Arts Center, Freehold and Monmouth Park racetracks, Monmouth University and Brookdale Community College and the Count Basie Theater.
   K. Hovnanian’s DeerBrook is in the heart of Buck’s County, Pa, one of the nation’s most picturesque areas. Lower Makefield is characterized by gently rolling hills with flat lowlands flanking the Delaware River. Only 17 estate homes will be built.
   To compile the list of America’s hottest places to live, Money Magazine looked at cities with the highest median household incomes and above-average population growth. Next, lifestyle segmentation data was used to narrow down the list to 87 cities. Those lists were sorted by population. Then, the list was narrowed further by identifying those towns with demographics that closely mirrored that of the typical Money Magazine reader: college educated, working professional with well-above average median income.
   In addition, the town had to be located no more than 60 miles from a major city to assure reasonable access to art and culture resources. Only cities with median incomes above $50,000 a year and an unemployment rate below the national average were included in the search. Finally, the resulting list was divided into three distinct regions and further divided by population level – over 100,000 population and under. Each city was ranked within the resulting six lists based on population growth and the cost of residential real estate relative to local income levels.
   For information about DeerBrook, call (215) 953-9805. For information on K. Hovnanian’s Lexington Estates, call (732) 761-8188. For more information, visit www.khov.com.