What To Consider When Buying A Garden Home

In the last few weeks, 17 properties were sold in Garden Home Whitford. In addition to homes in the community, there were also one condominium, one townhouse, and one multi-family unit for selling in Garden Home Whitford last week. All of these properties are located on the market, from Golf Links to Beech and a gravel drive. This wide selection of housing options provides a resident with an opportunity to purchase or lease a home that suits his or her lifestyle. Residents can also live in a gated community and enjoy the best of both worlds.

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A garden home-whitford is located on a large piece of property and is valued at about thirteen thousand pounds. It is listed as a single family home and has two bathrooms, a two-car garage, a loft, and a patio. There is no landscaping, and the inside and outside back yards are manicured. The property has a detached driveway, but access to the road is not available. There are a swimming pool in the back yard and the majority of the financing is provided through a traditional lender.



Due to its large size and easy access, the community offers numerous options to those looking for a low maintenance gated community. A few communities are offering Townhouses, Condos, and Low Maintenance Homes, all on approximately seven hundred and fifty square feet of property. Townhomes are available in gated communities and come with various amenities such as:

Townhomes are ideal for those who desire an easy going lifestyle and year round sunshine. They are available in the popular Garden Homes range and come in a variety of sizes and styles. Single-family residences are more expensive, but feature hardwood decks, asphalt patios, and are located on nearly one hundred and fifty to two hundred acres of lush garden land. Condos are another alternative to the townhome. The cost of condo ownership depends on the location of the property, the size, and the planned development of the property. Condos feature hardwood floors, oversized windows, and welcome patios with barbecue grills.

There are also zero-lot line homes that are located directly on top of existing homes in the surrounding communities. Zero-lot line homes offer convenient single family living on top of other homes. Most of these communities are located on approximately one hundred and eighty to one hundred and three acres of garden land. The cost of these zero-lot line homes is between one and two thousand dollars per unit.

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Townhomes, condominiums, and zero-lot line homes feature hardwood floors, larger windows, and all of the convenience of single-family living. Townhomes are constructed with two to three bedroom units, one to two bathrooms, and a deck or patio area. Some townhomes feature two to three parking spaces. All of the amenities of a luxury home are included; including an interior kitchen, spacious living areas, a wet bar, fireplaces, washer/dryer, high speed Internet, and more.

Condos and townhouses range in price from around one thousand dollars to three thousand dollars. The cost of a condo depends on the size and amenities it offers. Many condos come with two to three bedroom units, a full kitchen, a garage, a patio, and more. Townhomes can be small apartments, or two or three-story residences that consist of a duplex style building with two to three bedrooms. Single-family residences come in a variety of styles, from one story homes to sprawling estates.

Homeowners who are purchasing a new condo or townhouse should research common construction techniques used by homebuilders. Many contractors will outline each phase of construction in great detail, including carpentry work, exterior painting, brick work, woodwork, windows, doors, etc. Look for a builder who has a reputation for putting in custom finished basements, adding extra amenities like decks and patios, and making sure the building is finished with modern insulation. New construction is always more durable and safe than older, pre-owned condo or townhouse construction. Shop around and find a builder who can offer you the best price and quality when you decide to buy a new condo or townhome.