MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. – Spring is one of the most memorable and enjoyable seasons in the historic Hudson Valley as its natural landscape quickly comes to life. But the majestic trees, rolling farmlands and bumbling brooks aren’t the only things awakening in this northern New York suburb as the weather warms.
Sales and development activity at Maple Fields, the collection of three-bedroom townhomes in Orange County’s Middletown, are also heating up as more and more first-time homebuyers discover the charm, elegance and affordability of the growing Mid-Hudson region. Nearly 60% of the 196 upscale residences at Maple Fields have been sold as young families and professional couples increasingly turn their attention north to enjoy a brand new home in a tranquil environment that’s still an easy commute to Manhattan and New Jersey.
“Spring is typically one of our busier times of year as buyers in large numbers set out to find a new home and lifestyle,” says Elizabeth Bauer, Director of Sales and Marketing for developer Baker Residential. “This is particularly true this year. Maple Fields is maturing into an active, lively new neighborhood and we’re seeing a significant amount of interested prospects choosing to visit the community now when they can not only get a strong feel for the homes and environment at Maple Fields, but also experience all of the outdoor cultural and recreational delights of the Hudson Valley region.” Continue reading