Bell Development Launches Belleau Village In East Brainerd

Thursday, October 18, 2007

Bell Development Company has broken ground on Belleau Village, its newest luxury townhome community in East Brainerd off Igou Gap Road.

The community will feature 50 one-level, open floor plan townhomes. All 50 townhomes will be located on a quiet cul-de-sac street with lighted sidewalks and cast iron architectural mailboxes, officials said.

The Belleau Village floor plans are a refinement of the successful designs Bell Development has been selling in Valleybrook Park and Stonewall Farms for the past few years, it was stated.

“Stonewall Farms continues to appeal to a wide spectrum of town home buyers,” said Karen Riede, Bell Development marketing director. “The townhomes of Belleau Village will broaden this appeal because of their close proximity to the wide variety of conveniences East Brainerd has to offer and the many upscale finishes featured in each unit.”

She said the townhomes "are being built with the quality and craftsmanship that Bell Development is well known for. They will include many upscale finishes, including custom maple and cherry cabinetry, granite counters, hardwood and tile flooring, detailed trim and specialty ceilings, large master suites with ample storage and modern spacious bathrooms. The exteriors will be virtually maintenance free with constructed of brick, vinyl siding and all vinyl windows. Every unit has an oversized two car garage, screen porch and private back yard.

"Homeowners have fallen in love with our townhomes and I feel certain Belleau Village will quickly become the favorite affordable townhome community in the East Brainerd area.”

Every Bell Development townhome comes with a two-year warranty.

The first 12 townhomes are now under construction and open for viewing.

They are priced from $225,000 to $250,000.


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