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380 Trumbauersville Road, Quakertown PA 18951
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Interesting angles, detailed molding and distinctive pent roof porch highlight the exterior of this 2750 sq. ft. home... ....An entry foyer, with dining room left speaks of tradition while other areas reflect today's easy living contemporary lifestyle. The cabinet filled kitchen features a tucked away pantry, easy prep island, optional tech center and breakfast table area. An adjacent family room with cathedral ceiling and fireplace joins the kitchen to span the entire rear of the home. Families who want to be close to loved ones and share their day also value their privacy. A flex room to the right of the entry foyer answers this need. The traditional/contemporary blend carries through at the upper level where the master suite and multiple closets is tucked away for privacy. A loft at the top of the stairs becomes a place for kids to watch movies with friends. A nearby laundry keeps clothes clutter at a minimum while the loft doubles as a task station where the homemaker can watch TV while tending to details. 3 additional bedrooms and hall bath complete the ultimately livable Rainier.
The Fields at Creek View
Kay Builders, a trusted, family-owned builder in the Lehigh Valley for over 55 years, is excited to unveil its first community in Bucks County, The Fields at Creek View. Set in the heart of Quakertown, residents can enjoy a peaceful, suburban lifestyle, while still residing minutes away from shopping, dining and many other modern-day conveniences. The community features 37 single-family homes that are beautifully crafted and varied in style, giving each home a distinct look. The stellar curb-appeal will be admirably noticed in this Bucks Country community. History Dating back to the late 1600’s, Richland Township took its name from the fertile land that had once been cultivated by the local Indians. When William Penn acquired and started developing the land, its inhabitants called the area the “Great Swamp”, because of the wealth of waterways surrounding the area. As the community continued to take shape, roads and a town center were built by settlers of Richland Township as a place for travelers, friends and “Quakers” to meet as they made their way from Philadelphia to Allentown. The Quakertown Historical Society, Richland Historical Society, the Mercer Museum and The Richland Library Company are just a few of the wonderful resources in the area showcasing artifacts and presenting lectures with Bucks County. Preserving and promoting the area’s history does not go unnoticed. Location Our community, The Fields at Creek View, takes its name from The Beaver Run waterway adjacent to the community. Providing beautiful scenery and remarkable views, The Fields at Creek View has it all. Its proximity to major highways including routes 309, 78, 22 and the PA Turnpike plus both the Lehigh Valley and Philadelphia airports enable residents the freedom to travel. The community is j... Find out more at http://www.kaybuilders.com/the-fields-at-creek-view?utm_source=bdx&utm_medium=feed&utm_campaign=kay-builders-nhs&utm_content=the-fields-at-creek-viewVisit the website Free brochure
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