Airhart Construction Selling New Homes at Four Distinctive Communities
Make way for the 21st century home buyer. Today’s home buyer is not necessarily looking for the big house and sprawling back yard. Instead, they’re seeking a comfortable home, maybe a white picket fence, upkeep independence and an ideal address that suits their very specific needs; a “right-sized” home which doesn’t skimp on luxury. And they’re finding it - at four very different Airhart Construction communities all located within a three-mile radius of each other.
“This has meant building communities that offer this freedom and also flexibility to buyers who want a spatially efficient home with maintenance-free living,” Christy Whelan, Director of Sales said.
Shoppers desiring a close proximity to a charming downtown area close to the action have been gravitating toward Courthouse Square - a community of 46 Georgian-style luxury rowhomes on the site of the historic DuPage County Courthouse campus in Wheaton.
“Courthouse Square residents can walk to the Metra station, reap all the benefits of the nearby downtown Wheaton with its restaurants and shops and also enjoy maintenance-free living,” said Whelan. “They may have a second home elsewhere and like the fact that they can pick up and go whenever they want.”
House hunters seeking for a hassle-free home in a convenient location, along with having their yard work taken care of for them, will want to visit College Station in Wheaton, Airhart Construction’s newest single-family community of only 14 homes. College Station’s cottage style homes are rear-loaded, with a two-car garage, resulting in a more efficiently spaced design and an attractive, charming front exterior.
“These residents are close to all the action without being in the center of it all. They receive a custom home with a convenient address that also provides privacy,” Whelan said. “This buyer leads an active lifestyle but not necessarily at their house. They may have children that are active in off-site event-oriented sports and have no need for a large backyard that they are never home to use.”
“Mackenzie Place buyers want a high-quality home on a well-landscaped property and may prefer a first-floor master suite,” she noted. “They don’t want to move away from friends or family, and they’ve owned a few homes previously. As a result, they know exactly what they want, which is generous amenities. They don’t need abundant square footage any longer, and low-maintenance in a close-knit community is high on their list.”
Lastly, for those wanting the roominess and privacy a detached home provides, yet the carefree advantages of a low-maintenance attached home, consider Fisher Farm, Airhart’s community of 71 semi-custom single-family homes in Winfield.
“I describe Fisher Farm homes as ‘scaled-down spaces for live-it-up lifestyles.’ Many of these buyers aren’t looking for huge residences overflowing with excessive square footage that won’t be used and that cost a lot of money to heat, cool and maintain,” said Whelan. "These are people that do not want an attached townhome or condo."
For more information or to make an appointment, visit www.airhartconstruction.com or phone (630) 665-5700 or (630) 462-0500.
Over the last five decades, Airhart Construction has garnered a solid reputation for service and integrity while building homes of unsurpassed excellence. A family owned-and-operated home building business since 1964, Airhart Construction is an Energy Star Partner® home builder that builds Energy Star® qualified new homes. Airhart is currently offering custom and semi-custom residences at Fisher Farm in Winfield (Wheaton district 200 schools); Radcliff Ridge in Lisle (Naperville district 203 schools); The Reserves of Prince Crossing Farm in West Chicago; and at Courthouse Square (townhomes), Mackenzie Place (townhomes), Woodland Oaks, College Station (cottage homes), and Stoddard Avenue, all in Wheaton.