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3 BEDROOMS | 3 (2 full, 1 half ) BATHROOMS | 1900 SQUARE FEET

Property Description

Welcome to the town of Whitehall! Introducing the only mixed-use, architecturally significant, walkable new home community in Delaware that offers a true social fabric and a sense of place through the planning principles of traditional neighborhood development. Yes, it is true, they are building a town. This spacious town home offers an open floor plan, with stairs to the second floor tucked away on the side of the home for ease in furniture placement in the formal living and dining rooms. The courtyard is visible through a triple window in the kitchen along with access for grilling and entertaining outdoors. 42 inch cabinets, granite countertops, hardwood in powder room, foyer, and kitchen. The second floor boasts an owner’s suite which offers a triple window for optimum natural light, large master bath and spacious secondary bedrooms, lots of closets, an upstairs laundry area and a full bath.”Creating walkability with restaurants and stores can help transition an edgy part of town into one that is hip and hopping with pedestrians,” said National Association of Realtors~ Chief Economist Lawrence Yun. “This type of real estate development transforms the community for the better.” Residential walkable communities generate four times the tax revenue compared to regional and business malls, bringing more value to the area, according to panelists. “Walkable urban regions in the U.S. have a 41 percent higher Gross Domestic Product over non-walkable regions,” said Christopher Leinberger, professor at George Washington University School of Business and president of Locus, a national coalition of real estate developers and investors who advocate for sustainable, walkable urban development in metropolitan areas.