One Opportunity Remains to Enjoy Upscale Suburban Living in Time for New Year at Maple Fields in Orange County, NY


Maple Fields, the collection of three-bedroom townhomes in Orange County’s Middletown

MIDDLETOWN, N.Y. – Homebuyers hoping to celebrate 2017 with a new, suburban lifestyle are showing tremendous interest in a three-bedroom Wallkill townhome now being offered with a quick move in date at Maple Fields, the collection of 196 residences being developed by Baker Residential in the Orange County, N.Y. City of Middletown.

The 2,329 square-foot home provides occupancy dates just weeks after closing, meaning buyers who act now can be enjoying many of the upcoming Holidays in their brand new residence.  One of the most popular designs at Maple Fields, the Wallkill home is perfect for a growing family with an open layout boasting kitchen with breakfast area, living room, dining room, master suite with lavish master bath and walk-in closets in every bedroom.  There’s also an outdoor deck or patio and two-car garage. The home is priced from $305,108.

“The popularity of our “Quick Move In” homes has left just one remaining in our available inventory,” says Elizabeth Bauer, Baker Residential’s Director of Sales and Marketing.  “While we expect additional fast delivery homes to be released for sale shortly, the Wallkill is the only residence that will provide an occupancy date before the New Year.”

Prospects interested in purchasing the Wallkill “Quick Delivery” home or any of the other popular three-bedroom townhome designs at Maple Fields can learn more about the buying process when Baker Residential hosts a special Homebuyer Seminar in the Sales Office on Saturday, October 22nd from 12 p.m. to 2 p.m.  For additional information on the event or to attend, please call 914-461-9208 or visit Continue reading


Explore the Wallkill Valley Rail Trail


The Wallkill Valley Rail Trail is a multi-use, natural surface trail, welcoming hikers, joggers, bicycle and horseback riders, dog walkers, and, in the winter, snowshoers and cross-country skiers.

One of America’s ten most iconic rail trails, its 22 miles offers unsurpassed vistas, quiet arbors, ever-chilly caverns and a variety bridges. Spanning rivers and gorges, its bridges enable visitors and daily users to connect with nature, new friends, with our shared history and with a more sustainable future.

Passing through orchards, organic farms, lakes, rivers and streams, it also links villages and towns including the Historic Huguenot District in New Paltz, the towns of Gardiner and Rosendale and ending near the historic Stockade District in the City of Kingston.

Trail users will discover a wide variety of birds, wildlife, unique 19th century industrial historic sites as well as stunning views of the Shawangunk Ridge, Wallkill River and the Rondout Creek. The crown jewel of this 22-mile linear park is the famed Rosendale Trestle, with its 940 foot span over the Rondout Creek and soaring 150 feet above the water’s surface. The trail surface is gravel and packed dirt, except for a paved section of the trail in the heart of New Paltz from Plains Road to Broadhead Avenue.

The Wallkill Valley Rail Trail is designated a National Recreation Trail by the National Park Service and the U.S. Department of the Interior.