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Grand opening set for NJ community.

Sales will start in October for a development of luxury estate homes located on the 150-acre site of a former farm in the exclusive Harbourton area of Hopewell Township.

Each of the 31 homes in Rosemeade at Harbourton will be built on a three-to 15-acre lot with views of gently rolling hills and rich pastureland. All homes will feature four to six bedrooms, a three-car garage, at least three and one-half bathrooms, formal dining room, breakfast nook, gourmet kitchen and family room.

Prices will start at $595,000 for the homes, which have an average size of 5,000 square feet. Elegant features, such as a two-story entrance foyer, two wood-burning fireplaces with marble hearths, crown moldings, expansive balconies, grand stairways, solid oak floors in all main living areas, and French doors leading to the outdoors will be included in all homes.

Extensive customizing is available for the homes, which are designed in traditional style by Barton & Associates, an award winning Philadelphia-based architect. A choice of facades - stone, brick or stucco - is available. Each kitchen will be custom-designed, and tile and paint finishes will be individually selected. In fact, all appliances, fixtures and hardware items can be substituted according to purchaser preference.

The Leewood Real Estate Group, based in New York City, has been responsible for the construction and site development of over 2,500 houses throughout the New York metropolitan area.
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Title Annotation:real estate housing development in New Jersey to go on sale
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Nov 11, 1992
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