Hillview Mews has announced the release of three new competitively priced homes at Glen Burn Trail, an upscale townhome community that combines quality workmanship with thoughtful, family-friendly designs and a variety of floorplans and finishing options. And construction of the homes is already well underway. Surrounded by views of the ski hills, the development is just a 5 minute walk to charming downtown Ellicottville with its eclectic mix of boutiques, shops, spas, restaurants and vibrant night life.
“This is a great opportunity for people to get a quality home at a very reasonable price and the money they save upfront gives them a lot of flexibility,” says Hillview Mews Project Manager Jennifer McNally. “For young families it might be a foot in the door with beautiful standard finishes and the opportunity to personalize their space over time, while empty nesters may want to add high end finishing details right from the start.”
These beautiful two-storey townhomes have three bedrooms and two and a half bathrooms and range in size from 1,292 - 1,632 sq ft. Interior features include open floor plans, high ceilings, oversized windows and elegant kitchens, bathrooms and master suites. The exteriors are architecturally detailed and feature composite siding with stone and wood accents as well as natural gas grill hook ups. Situated in a triplex, the middle unit with outdoor storage area is priced at $239,000, while the two end units with garages are priced at $269,000.
Onsite amenities include landscaped green spaces, dark sky compliant street lights, lighted sidewalks, guest parking areas and access to the future Ellicottville-Great Valley Trail a multi-use trail that will connect schools, businesses and merchants throughout the area and will provide a safe, traffic-free way to walk, run, bike or snowshoe.
In addition to being able to walk into the village and enjoy all it has to offer, residents also have easy access to Ellicottville's four season lifestyle which includes two of Western New York's premier ski resorts – Holiday Valley and HoliMont, as well as the Sky High Adventure Park and Mountain Coaster, mountain biking and hiking trails, fishing, golfing, horseback riding, cross country skiing, snowshoeing, tubing, snowmobiling, year round festivals and so much more. And in order to ensure that residents can maximize their time enjoying these pursuits, a monthly HOA fee covers the maintenance of commonly held property such as the roadway, parking spaces and landscaped areas.
“Our latest release of homes is making chalet ownership even easier and more affordable,” adds McNally. “No matter where people are in life or which approach they choose, the bottom line is that they can start enjoying an incredible lifestyle right away.”