LOPATCONG, NJ | 01/17/2016
Even if you didn’t win the Powerball, you can still own a custom-built luxury estate home at Larken Associates’ Belview Estates.
The developer’s design team will work with qualified, interested buyers to create their dream home based on their own plans, or modify one of Larken’s existing floorplans to suit their tastes in this exclusive enclave of just 35 luxury homes in beautiful Lopatcong, just outside of Phillipsburg, Warren County.
“Buyers are often able to choose their finishes and other small touches, but how often are they given complete input from the ground up?!” asks Sales Manager, Sue Livingstone. “Even better, you don’t have to be a billionaire, or even a millionaire to be a part of this exclusive community.”
Larken’s current inventory of upgraded new construction homes for sale starts at $434,990, which include hardwood floors, granite countertops, high-end cabinets and more. Standard base home models at Belview Estates start at $394,990.
Current existing plans for these elegant center-hall colonial luxury homes have four bedrooms, two and a half bathrooms, dramatic arched openings and volume ceilings. The spacious gourmet kitchens have custom cabinetry and a sun-filled breakfast area. The rest of the first floors boast a formal dining room, living room, family room with fireplace and a laundry room located next to the two-car garage.
The master bedroom suites offer his and hers walk-in closets and master baths which include a Roman soaking tub, dual vanity and separate full tile shower. The second floors have three additional bedrooms and a full bath.
For more information, call 908-454-0502 or log onto www.BelviewEstatesLuxuryHomesNJ.com. The Sales Center is open Friday-Monday from 11AM to 5PM.
About Larken Associates
A two-generation, family-owned business since 1965, Larken Associates is widely-recognized as one of the region’s fastest growing, well-respected companies. Based in Branchburg, NJ, Larken has been responsible for developing prominent residential and commercial projects throughout the Tri-State area.