Hearthstone at West Bristol – New Construction


Hearthstone at West Bristol -New Construction


The new phase of Hearthstone at West Bristol is being built by Rotell(e).  Rotelle Development Company builds new home communities and new custom homes in PA. Compare Rotelle to other custom home builders in Pa, and you’ll find that meticulous onsite construction, generous included amenities, and more square footage for your dollar make Rotelle the obvious choice for your new home. Every home we create embodies the Rotelle difference: superior quality, attentive service, and value to last a lifetime.

Construction began at Hearthstone in April 2015. Rotell(e) is offering the Chadwick Model, which is a spacious garden condominium designed to off you convenient one-level living.  Through the foyer is an open floor plan with living & dining rooms.  The well appointed kitchen is just off the dining room and features a breakfast bar and plenty of storage space.The luxurious owner’s suite features a large walk in closet and shower with seat.  The additional bedroom has its own bath, which also opens into the hallway.  For added ambiance, a patio or balcony is located just off the living room.  The Chadwick comes equipped with two spacious bedrooms, two full baths, and a balcony or patio.

Standard Features Include:
Designer Interiors with Luxury Features:

  • Elegant lighting package with pre-wire for three phone and three cable lines
  • Master Bedroom Suites
  • Painted Six Panel Colonial interior doors with 2 1/4″ door casings
  • Brushed nickel knows and hinges

Magnificent Kitchens:

  • Beautifully crafted raised panel 30″ Century Kitchen cabinetry
  • Laminate Countertop with double bowl stainless steel sink with Kohler faucet
  • GE appliance package including self cleaning range, garbage disposal, space maker microwave, & dishwasher in Stainless Steel

Sumptuous Baths

  • Vinyl flooring in master bath
  • Kohler faucets with lifetime guarantee
  • Fiberglass tub/shower combination in all baths
  • Easy care cultured marble vanity tops

Exterior Features:

  • Professionally designed Landscaping
  • Partial stone and vinyl siding
  • Underground utilities
  • Aluminum Gutters and downspouts complete with splash blocks
  • Professionally selected exterior color schemes

Energy Efficiency:

  • Energy Star rated Simonton Low E vinyl windows
  • R-13 wall insulation
  • R-30 blown in ceilings
  • Efficient Natural Gas Heat with Central Air
  • Fiberglass insulated front door

Construction Highlights:

  • Vanex Pex corrosion resistant piping system
  • CertainTeed Landmark architectural roof shingles with Lifetime warranty
  • Electric smoke detectors with battery back up & Carbon monoxide detector for additional safety

Optional Features & Pricing

Floor Plan

Prices start at just $149,900 making Hearthstone at West Bristol the most affordable new construction 55+ community in Bucks County.

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For more details contact us at TheSwainTeam@gmail.com or (215) 757-7257.

If you are interested in The Hearthstone at West Bristol and would like to take a look at the community, give us a call to make an appointment at (215) 757-7257.

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