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How to Get the Most Value from Our Parade of Homes Event

Categories: Uncategorized | Posted: February 3, 2020

On February 29th, 2020, Hallmark Homes Group will be hosting our Parade of Homes event at the Arbors at Hilltown. If you’re in the market for a new home in Bucks County, this is a must-attend event. You’ll have the opportunity to tour five homes with various exterior styles and three different floor plans.

A multi-home tour is a great way to find the perfect floor plan to build your dream home. Our Sales Counselors will be on hand to answer all of your questions and provide you with the information that you need to make an informed decision. You’ll be able to see first-hand the high-quality construction, materials, and craftsmanship that go into every home we build.

Save the Date:
Parade of Homes Event
Date: February 29th, 2020
Time: 10 am – 5 pm
Address: The Arbors at Hilltown
93 Tall Oaks Drive
Sellersville, PA 18960

Hallmark’s Parade of Homes Event is a unique opportunity to get up close and personal with five of our home designs. It will help give you a more realistic view of the home, versus seeing it on plans only.

Unlike many builders, Hallmark allows you to completely customize your new home in Bucks County to your liking. Seeing the house in person can establish even more creativeness as you spot the potential for customizations that will truly make it your dream home.

 

Selecting The Perfect Floor Plan

When looking for a new home in Bucks County, it’s important to select a floor plan that best fits your lifestyle. Highlights of the home designs on tour include:

 

The Kennedy Home Design

The Kennedy Floor Plan is a 2,603 Square Feet, 4-bedroom, 2-story home design with a 2-car garage. The floor plan features a welcoming 2-story foyer, over-sized kitchen & breakfast area, and a formal dining room.

The family boasts a gas-burning fireplace and a soaring vaulted ceiling, which adds to the overall magnificence and ambiance.

The private master suite features a large bedroom and two over-sized walk-in closets. The lavish master bathroom has a soaking tub, separate shower, and a double-bowl vanity area.

 

The Roosevelt Home Design

The Roosevelt offers a spacious 3,391 square feet of living space. 4 bedrooms and 2.5 baths grace this 2-story home. Inside the spacious kitchen is an island that flows into the family room. A split stairway leads you up to a view-inspired great room overlook.

The Owner’s Suite features a private bedroom with tray ceiling, lavish bath, and sitting room. This magnificently appointed home comes with many popular features such as formal dining & living rooms, study, and much more. You also have the option of including a 5th bedroom, 3rd full bath, in-law suite, and many custom finished basement configurations for your new home in Bucks County.

 

The Madison Home Design

The Madison plan offers an impressive 2,744 square feet of living space divided among 2-stories, 4 bedrooms, 2.5 bathrooms, and a 2-car garage. It features an inviting two-story foyer, spacious kitchen with attached breakfast area, private first floor study, and comfortable family room with a vaulted ceiling. The spacious owner’s suite has walk-in closets and a luxurious appointed bathroom and three additional bedrooms come with large closets and a hall bath.

 

How to Get the Most out of the Tour

You’ll get the most value out of the multi-home tour when you come prepared. Agents will be on-hand to answer any questions that you might have about your new home in Bucks County. This will help you intelligently narrow down your selection so that you can choose the home and floor plan that best fits your needs, wants, and lifestyle.

Here are a few things you can take into consideration so that you’ll get the most value out of the Parade of Homes event:

 

Take Notes and Pictures as You Go

Whether you use a pen and notepad or phone, there’s a lot of information to take in during a tour of five homes and three different floor plans. Start off by noting the name of the house and the floor plan.

As you move from room to room, try to take wide-angle and up-close pictures of the room, doors, and windows. Consider the furniture and other accouterments that you currently own. Imagine how they would look, or where you would place them in the various rooms as you move throughout the house.

 

Ask Lots of Questions

The easiest way to get the most out of this is to think of questions beforehand. Try to write down as much information as you can, as it’s often hard to recall specific details later on.

If you see something you really like, take out your smartphone and record notes or even a short video so you can review your thoughts and observations in full detail once you get back home.

 

Wear Comfy Shoes

You’ll be doing a fair bit of walking during your tour. The proper footwear will allow you to move comfortably all throughout the homes so you can focus on the house—not your aching feet.

Try to imagine yourself out in the backyard on a warm spring Saturday afternoon, working on the lawn, tending to the garden, or enjoying a BBQ in your backyard. This will allow you to get an overall feel for how life will be once you’re all settled in.

 

Hallmark’s Parade of Homes Event

Typically, people go to a model home and only see a single design and then will look at the other options on a paper plan or computer screen. It’s hard to imagine yourself living in a house just by looking at pictures—you need to be there to experience it fully and truly know what type of layout that you prefer.

If you’re in the market for a new house, be sure to attend our Parade of Homes Event at the Arbors at Hilltown on February 29th. If you have any questions about the homes, floor plans, or the event, give us a call at (215) 416-0036.

Connie Sweeney

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