Development to Bring 32 New Homes to Area

Construction has begun on the Kingsley Court development located near the intersection of Ridge Avenue and Kingsley Street.

Here's an artist's rendition of what Kingsley's Court will look like once it's completed.
Here's an artist's rendition of what Kingsley's Court will look like once it's completed.

Construction on a development that will bring 32 new homes to the area has begun on Ridge Avenue near Kingsley Street.

The development will feature 32 carriage houses that will be divided into 2400 square feet twin homes.  The homes will have three or four bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms.

The base price for a home in the development is $339,900.

The development team behind the construction says that 25 percent of the homes have been sold already, and that construction has begun on the sold homes.

New owners are expected to move in by late February or early March.

All the desired amenities are included: 9' ceiling and hardwood floors on the 1st floor, stainless appliances and granite counters in the kitchen. There will be a Sunday Open House from 2-4:00. Parallel parking is available along the fence on 5627 Ridge by Stanley Hardware. You can walk the lot and review floor plans and options in the trailer onsite. 

Go to www.KingsleyCourt.com for more information or call 215-470-0137. The community is being marketed by the Gordon Property Group, Berkshire Hathaway, Fox & Roach Realtors 610-688-4310 x316. 

Roxborough Area Man December 03, 2013 at 11:12 AM
Looks like a reasonably well-planned subdivision that fits in with the character of the neighborhood. I have concerns about traffic flow, particularly with the hardware store and 7-11 creating a confusing traffic flow, but otherwise a welcome addition to the neighborhood.
Elizabeth Scache December 03, 2013 at 03:56 PM
I am thinking 32 new homes equal 64 cars added to the Walnut Lane/Shurs Lane/Ridge Ave intersection. It's going to be crazy in the morning with 7-11, gas stations, and dunking donuts....and the bus routes. Then add the proposed Wendy's. Look forward to traffic jams.


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