WHITE PLAINS, N.Y. – For developer Baker Residential, its corporate motto “A Difference You Can See” extends well beyond the bricks and mortar of the homes it builds.
Celebrating its 50-year anniversary, the White Plains, N.Y.-based company has utilized its five decades of knowledge and experience to not only deliver residences of high quality, comfort and appeal, but also a personalized customer service program that reflects the values of a highly-respected family-owned and operated company. This unwavering dedication to excellence in construction, design and homebuyer satisfaction has vaulted Baker Residential into its position as one of the largest real estate development companies in the region.
“The cornerstone of our company has always been to introduce new home communities of great distinction and uniqueness, built with integrity, responsibility and designed with the needs and cares of our homebuyers in mind,” says Christopher Baker, President of the firm that bears his name.
“Our number one goal is to provide a high standard of performance from the day construction begins to well after our residents move into their new home. This hands-on approach and attention-to-detail has allowed us to grow our portfolio of homes in the past 50 years, satisfy thousands of families and gain the trust of the municipalities where we develop.”
Founded in 1966, Baker Residential has built more than 15,000 homes in well over 100 neighborhoods in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut, Pennsylvania and the Carolinas. In New York, the homebuilder is currently developing Maple Fields, a collection of 196 three-bedroom townhomes in Orange County’s Middletown.
Home designs at the community echo Baker Residential’s years of experience in community planning, architectural strategies and intelligent floorplans. Eye catching residences feature spacious layouts that flow seamlessly from room-to-room and are built with the finest materials and craftsmanship. Homes are lined with many designer interior features and finishes included in the purchase price — a portfolio-wide trait that creates unmatched value in a Baker Residential home and distinguishes its communities from the competition.
“We are constantly monitoring conditions in order to provide a housing product that suits the needs and desires of today’s homebuyer,” adds Elizabeth Bauer, Baker’s Director of Sales and Marketing. “Now more than ever the real estate market demands value. We decided to introduce homes that are competitively priced and provide a long list of included upgrades, allowing buyers to enjoy a luxury lifestyle that’s still within their budget.”
Purchasers also benefit from a customer service program that has been fine tuned for 50 years and enables the homebuilder to tailor products and service to match buyer needs, address concerns and improve processes to provide the best buyer care.
Baker Residential’s industry-wide reputation, innovative floorplans and high level of buyer satisfaction have translated to strong sales activity at Maple Fields. More than 100 of its upscale townhomes sold less than two years after opening.
Priced from $265,900, homes in the community’s newest housing phase range in size from 2,274 to 2,329 square-feet of living space and provide a long list of upgrades in the purchase price. Homebuyers receive designer finishes including 2 ¼” prefinished hardwood flooring on the first floor, gourmet-inspired kitchens with breakfast nooks, stainless steel kitchen appliances including the refrigerator, attached two-car garages, finished basement, and state-of-the-art washer and dryer.
Residents at Maple Fields benefit from a well-rounded lifestyle with on-site recreational amenities right outside their doorstep. Homeowners have access to a community clubhouse, tot lot, and 1/2 basketball court. A sparkling outdoor pool will make its heralded debut in summer 2016.
The Maple Fields sales office is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For additional information on the community, please call 914-461-9208 or visit the community website. You can also find Maple Fields on Facebook, on Twitter or read more about the community on the blog.