Haverford Reserve - The Carriage Homes Haverford PA

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Haverford Reserve – The Carriage Homes Haverford PA

Why Do People Live Here?

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Haverford Reserve – The Carriage Homes is a beautiful enclave of            carriage homes conveniently located in Haverford Pennsylvania.  This unique new home subdivision is situated amongst 124 pristine, preserved acres.     Some of the most valuable open space on Philadelphia's Main Line.  

It’s common to see neighbors out getting their exercise on the community's vast network of walking trails or Haverford Township’s adjoining 45 acre, state of the art public recreation complex. This community is far enough from the hustle and bustle of Lancaster Avenue that residents don’t feel the frenzy of hectic suburban ligfe knocking on their door.  But they also know that practically all their needs can be met within a five to ten minute drive.


Looking for a Home in Haverford Reserve – The Carriage Homes?

Interested in homes for sale in Haverford Reserve – The Carriage Homes? Click that link to find all the currently available homes in this community.

What’s the Neighborhood Like?

The homes for sale in Haverford Reserve – The Carriage Homes Haverford PA range between 3400 and 3840 square feet.  The exteriors of these homes are exquisite with built up moldings and other architectural features that create a European style look.  These twin homes are currently being constructed by Guidi Homes, a private, award winning builder.  These homes are built with a very high level of specifications including Andersen Windows, Jeld-Win doors, Balwin door hardware, Viking & Asko kitchen appliances and Kohler plumbing products to name just a few.  The smallest carriage homes in the neighborhood start with 3 bedrooms while the larger floor plans have a four bedroom layout. Some models have the master bedroom on the main floor.  In addition to regular in-ground basements, some of the building sites have daylight and walkout basements.  This is great if you want to finish your basement.   Approximately 50 of the 100 home sites have been sold and many of these are already constructed.  If you are in a hurry to move, some quick delivery homes may be available. 


What’s Going on Nearby the Haverford Reserve – The Carriage Homes Haverford PA?

Haverford Reserve – The Carriage Homes is located in Haverford Township, Haverford PA.  Within a 10 minute ride is practically every amenity that a person could want.  The Reserve is in close proximity to several Main Line country clubs and golf courses, high-end retail centers and 100s of dining and entertainment options along Lancaster Avenue.  Suburban Square, Ardmore Farmers Market, Haverford Station shops, Haverford and Rosemont Colleges, the Haverford School and Lankenau Hospital are all nearby.  In addition, residents can walk to Haverford Township’s 35,000 square foot Recreation & Environmental Center to play basketball, volleyball and indoor soccer in its double gymnasium, walk on its year round walking track, attend after school programs in its multi-purpose rooms, take a nature class at its environmental area or use its fitness center (cardio, yoga, Pilates, Zumba - you name it).


What Schools Will the Kids Attend?

Haverford Reserve – The Carriage Homes is served by Coopertown Elementary School and Haverford Middle and High Schools.  Families can also send their children to the area’s many highly rated preparatory schools.


Now You Really Want to Find a Home Here, Right?

If you are interested in the current homes for sale in Haverford Reserve –The Carriage Homes Haverford PA click on the link.  Please note that these for sale homes, come directly from the Trend MLS and are updated multiple times per day.


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