Heritage At Goshen, Orange County’s Best New Home Value, To Open With Below Market Pricing

GOSHEN, NY – Heritage at Goshen, an exciting collection of new single-family homes, is coming to the Town of Goshen, NY! This community offers 75 residences that feature innovative architecture and fine interior appointments situated in a beautiful park-like setting on 250 acres of rolling property, just one mile from the heart of the Village of Goshen. Phase I includes 18 homes that will be released at below market pre-construction pricing from $299,900.

Designed for today’s lifestyles, Heritage at Goshen features two-story colonials and ranch home designs with open floor plans, and up to five bedrooms and three full baths. “Homes offer exquisite kitchens with granite counters, stainless steel appliances, designer-inspired baths, oil-rubbed bronze lighting fixtures and oak stairs in select models,” said Roger Mumford, President of Roger Mumford Homes, builder of Heritage at Goshen.

Homes are designed with energy efficiency and indoor air quality in mind, highlighted by SilverLine® by Anderson windows, Therma-Tru® entrance doors, as well as kitchen cabinets and other products that are certified as meeting environmentally-friendly criteria. Residences also feature low maintenance vinyl siding with dark bronze colored gutters and carriage house garage doors. Heritage also features underground utilities, as well as water and sewer service.

Located in beautiful Orange County, NY, Heritage at Goshen is in the outstanding Goshen School District and in close proximity to major highways, including Routes 17, 6 and 207. It is also a short drive from lively entertainment, eclectic restaurants, art galleries, coffee shops and trendy retail venues in the pedestrian-friendly Village of Goshen.

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