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Martin & Anita Lockhart

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Race Street and Rte 322
Downingtown, PA  19335
610.280.3474
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Roger Hunt Mill Townhomes

Here's a reprint of our Daily Local News article.


 

BJ Homes is excited to present its newest neighborhood, Roger Hunt Mill Townhomes, featuring twelve luxury townhomes located on historic Race Street in the Borough of Downingtown.  Located within walking distance of downtown and just minutes from the Route 30 bypass, Roger Hunt Mill is nestled on almost four acres of land featuring a meandering stream, cannon redoubts from the Revolutionary War and is surrounded by open space.

Each of the three offered models includes over 2,000 square feet of finished space, three bedrooms, two-and-one-half baths and an attached two-car garage in a bright and open floor plan.

Some of the exceptional standard features include nine foot first floor ceilings, a direct-vent gas fireplace, hardwood flooring on the first floor, ceramic tile flooring in the bathrooms and a large master bath with soaking tub, double bowl vanity and separate shower.

Designed for warmth and functionality, each townhome offers energy efficient and low-maintenance features with today?s lifestyle in mind.  Spacious kitchens with GE stainless steel appliances, full basements and abundant closet and storage space complete each unit.

 

With nearby access to the 30 bypass and minutes from Route 202, corporate centers and shopping at Exton Square Mall, Main Street at Exton and King of Prussia Mall are just minutes away.  Exceptional nearby recreational activities include golf, hiking and Marsh Creek Park.

Listed on the National Register of Historic Places and located in the acclaimed Downingtown School District, the site blends new construction with the charm and feel of a time since passed.

Take your place in Downingtown History.  Contact us for an appointment today!

 

Picture is of one of the bridges spanning a tributary of the Brandywine Creek in Downingtown Borough.