Hillside Vineyards, Award Winning new Construction, Staten Island NY 10304

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Real Estate Broker/Owner with A.T. REAL ESTATE SPECIALISTS LLC

  

  

 Hillside Vineyards, CURRENTLY OFF THE MARKET

Hillside Vineyards comes about as the result of the merging of two long standing family owned companies in the residential construction industry. Duo Plumbing and Heating, the Boccieri family, and Holiday Homes, the Costantino family, combined, have over 100 years of experience of building homes in New York City. Both companies are currently in their respective third generation controlling their operations. Both organizations have been, and currently are, prominent members of the Building Industry Association of New York City.

This specific community, Hillside Vineyards, is the result of their careful and thoughtful planning. The floor plan designs are based on what their homeowners say would best satisfy their needs. They are designed and outfitted with superior industry-leading materials and features. These outstanding models are proudly displayed for their living comfort and value and they would be honored to be your new home builder.

Baiano Development & A.T. Real Estate Specialists LLC is proud to announce the grand opening of Hillside Vineyards located off Greenfield Ave in Staten Island NY... An enclosed community of 63 semi attached & attached homes being constructed in Clifton, bordering Rosebank. This community is very convenient to transportation by both the S.I. Rapid Transit to Manhattan and the S.I. Expressway to all the other boroughs. All the models will be offered with basements. The Veneto Model offers a tandem 2 car garage & finished basement included in the Sales Price. While the Tuscany can be selected in three variations, meeting the needs of the most discriminating tastes. Premium lots and upgrades are available. The exterior design of all of the homes has a Mediterranean appearance that is aesthetically pleasing to the eye. The enclosed community having no through streets, is beautifully bordered by landscaping."This well planned development has it all. Looks, value, and style that will develop into one of the most desirable communities in Staten Island." says Arlene Trunzo Licensed. R.E  Broker of A.T. Real Estate Specialists.

The experience in developing and residential construction by these two families of builders together gives a homebuyer the confidence and peace of mind in knowing that their homes value will stand the test of time as the previous homes and communities built by these builders.

Starting at $359,900 for a 3 bedroom semi attached home with a basement.

 Models prices and lot sizes vary.

Staten Island Chamber of Commerce 2008 Building Awards

                   Award of Excellence for Exterior, Interior and Craftsmanship

Award of Achievement for Green Building

 

 

 

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