Imagine an old fashioned neighborhood wit street lanterns lighting the way, sidewalks for strolling and welcoming front porches. Sounds like a scene straight out of a Norman Rockwell painting, but this quaint New England village is actually soon to be a neighborhood right here in Southington, called Hillcrest Village!
The beautifully designed traditional and craftsman style homes are currently under construction by two local and respected home building families, lannini Development and Verna Builders; and what they re bringing to Southington is at the forefront of community neighborhood planning. “Many homeowners today want ideal sized lots, with minimal maintenance so that they can simplify their lives and spend more time doing the things they like to do.” said Liz Verna, Builder at Hillcrest Village.      sm1
The Hillcrest Village community 1s conveniently
located on route 322, minutes from 1-691, 1-84 and everything that downtown Southington has o offer. Te builders are constructing 98 well- crafted single-family homes on individual lots, with public utilities and natural gas. The home styles appeal to today’s diverse buyers, and include first floor masters,classic colonials and ranches, prices starting at $379,900. . .
“We want to provide our buyers with an easy buying experience. We work hard to make our building process effortless and guarantee our buyers that their home will be ready in 100 days or less.” stated John lannini, builder at Hillcrest Village.
Dorothy Karska-Piech and Mary “Mj” Lombardi from Calcagni Real Estate, have joined the Hillcrest team as New Home Sales Consultants to offer their unique perspective and experience with new construction sales. “Our clients encompass all demographics, move down buyers, move up buyers, as well as new homebuyers. They are seeking the comfortable relaxed lifestyle that

Hillcrest offers them.” said MJ Lombardi. “Furthermore, we make great efforts in designing our homes for the way buyers want to live today -flexible open floor plans that can be modified, convenient drop zones and command centers and spectacular outdoor living spaces.” elaborated Dorothy Karska-Piech.
“Pending home sales rose in April for the fourth
straight month and reached their highest level in nine years,” according to the National Association o.f Real ors. “Led by the Northeast and Midwest, all four maJor regions saw increases in April.”
With the improving economy and low interest rates, lookers and renters are turning into home buyers, young families need more space and are upsizing; and the mature buyers want to “right” size their homes to eliminate the expense and maintenance of their oversized home. Furthermore, buying a new home makes good financial sense, less maintenance and energy efficiency are two important main factors that buyers contemplate when choosing a new home over a resale. Not to mention the ability to customize!
This modern single family village in Southington has all the makings of a wonderful community; for those who choose to own at Hillcrest Village, it will become a lifestyle. Whether you’re just starting out or simply beginning a new chapter, the timeless appeal of Hillcrest Village will be more than a home, it will become your personal haven.

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