RockWell Homes is proud to exceed expectations when it comes to our communities and homes in the Orlando area. Fashioned after the neighborhoods of yesteryear,our new home communitiesare a unique pairing of charming familiarity and modern design.Our new homesfeature front porches and harmoniously blended streetscapes. Not merely homes built in the same location, these are true communities with neighbors who are friendly, close-knit and look after each other.
One community we’d like to highlight is our newest project,Harvest at Ovation Townhomes located in Winter Garden, Florida. Nestled in a quaint preserve, Harvest at Ovation offers easy access to everything this area has to offer: Disney, Flamingo Crossings Village, Horizon West, Winter Garden Village, and Hamlin Town Center. Ample shopping and dining, entertainment and area attractions, proximity to 429, and all major highways are all minutes away. Harvest at Ovation is in the Orange County Public School District, specifically Water Spring Elementary School, Water Spring Middle School, and Horizon High School.
Harvest at Ovation will feature three distinctive new floorplans, Newton, Edison, and Franklin. These uniquetownhomes for salefeel like single-family homes, with so much open living space, lots of natural light, and breezy outdoor living spaces.They will feature twelve different design packages including deluxe kitchens, solid wood cabinetry, granite countertops, tasteful ceramic tile in baths and laundry rooms, and so much more.These innovative homes also includeluxurious finishes, smart home capabilities, a full Samsung Appliance Package, and distinctive exteriors.
The Newton plan has 2 or 3 bedrooms with dual owner’s suites, 2.5 to 3 baths, and a 2-car garage. Ranging from 1,785 - 1,815 square feet, this well-designed townhome has an elegant main owner’s suite with a covered balcony, along with a spacious lanai for outdoor living. The second owner’s suite upstairs features an ensuite bathroom and large walk-in closet.
The charming Edison plan 3 bedrooms, 3 baths, and a 2-car garage. Featuring up to 1,971 square feet of living space, this spacious home has a main floor bedroom suite, a flexible upstairs loft, and an owner’s suite with a covered balcony. The roomy lanai is the perfect retreat any time of day.
The end-unit Franklin plan is a light-filled home with 3 or 4 bedrooms, 3 baths, and a 2-car garage. With up to 2,195 square feet of space, this spacious townhome has a luxurious owner’s suite with a covered balcony, a huge upstairs loft (or 4th bedroom), a large front porch, and a private lanai.
Townhomes, the second-most common type of home purchased,according to the National Association of Realtors, come in many shapes and sizes, and appeal to a broad range of buyers. But are they a good investment? It depends. They can be the perfect choice if you’re ready to transition from renting an apartment but can’t afford to buy a single-family home, or if you’re looking to downsize but don’t want the responsibilities of maintenance and repairs.
Let’s discuss how townhomes compare to apartments, condominiums, and single-family homes.
Apartments are generally smaller in size than townhomes, with traditional apartments having one or two bedrooms and a single story. Townhomes often have two or more bedrooms, and more than one level. Townhomes, like apartments, usually share at least one wall with other units. Unlike apartments, townhomes often have their own private outdoor living spaces.
A condominium is similar to an apartment in that it’s an individual unit within a building or community of buildings. But unlike an apartment, a condo is owned by its resident, not rented from a landlord. A townhouse is also owned by its resident. The biggest difference between the two comes down to ownership and fees—what you own and how much you pay for it—and may be the key factors when choosing which one is the right fit.
Single-family homes and townhomes are similar in many respects. With a townhouse, you own the complete structure, just as you would with a home. But with a townhome, you share common areas with the other residents, so you pay dues to a Homeowners Association (HOA) that maintains the common areas. With a regular home, you own the home as well as the land it’s on, so it’s your responsibility to maintain it.
The bottom line:Condos tend to be cheaper, since you’re not buying the land. But condo HOA fees also tend to be higher, since there are more jointly-owned spaces. A townhome may have a more affordable purchase price, but you’ll have to pay monthly HOA fees in addition to your mortgage. The cost for a single-family home varies but is usually higher than a comparable townhome, and you are responsible for home maintenance and repairs.
What are you waiting for? A new life (and atownhouse for sale) is waiting for you atHarvest at Ovation Townhomesin Winter Garden, Florida. RockWell Homes is happy to offer you unique settings, and homes built with the highest quality materials and thoughtful details.
We havea range of quick move-in homes availablewith more to come. You can alsobrowse our other Orlando communitiesto find exactly what you want.To learn more about Harvest at Ovation orhomes for sale in Winter Garden, FL,please contact us today.