Baker Residential Releases Second Townhome Phase at Maple Fields in the Orange County Town of Wallkill

Baker Residential's Maple Fields in Wallkill, NY

Baker Residential’s Maple Fields in Wallkill, NY

Homes In New Building Include Additional Standard Features

WALLKILL, N.Y. – Baker Residential has released the second phase of well-appointed townhomes at Maple Fields, the new residential community being developed in the Orange County. N.Y. Town of Wallkill.

Sales are underway for the second townhome section which offers even more value with a number of newly introduced upgrades included in the already extensive standard features package, such as stainless steel refrigerator and state-of-the-art washer and dryer, according to Elizabeth Bauer, Director of Sales and Marketing for the White Plains, N.Y.-based homebuilder.

“What’s made Maple Fields so attractive to homebuyers is the opportunity to receive a safe, secure suburban lifestyle in a home filled with numerous upscale appointments, yet offered at a price they can afford,” Ms. Bauer points out.  “We’re taking that one step further in our newest phase by adding even more upgrades to the long list of standard features included in the purchase price. In doing so, we’ve created one of the most attractive purchasing opportunities in the northern suburbs.”

With value-packed townhomes priced from just $259,900, Maple Fields has had tremendous appeal to young homebuyers priced out of northern New Jersey and New York City, but seeking to remain near major business and entertainment centers.

“First-time buyers entering the housing market are finding that many of the homes just outside New York City are out of their price range,” Ms. Bauer points out.  “We’ve introduced this new home neighborhood in the historic Hudson Valley to provide everything they are looking for in terms of price, neighborhood environment and location.”

Three distinctive three-bedroom townhome designs are offered at Maple Fields with high-end standard features such as gourmet-inspired kitchens with breakfast nooks, formal dining rooms, attached two-car garages and finished basements.  The open and expansive layouts provide from 2,274 – 2,329 square-feet of living space.

In addition to magnificent homes, Maple Fields will provide state-of-the-art recreational amenities when complete.  The community will boast a recreation center with clubhouse and pool, ½ basketball court and a tot lot.

Homeowners will have the added benefit and convenience of a beautiful Orange County location.   The scenic rolling hills, heavily wooded terrain and tremendous open space create the ideal suburban environment for those looking to escape the hustle-and bustle of City living.

Residents at Maple Fields will also receive a convenient location within close proximity to Route 84, the New York State Thruway and express buses and trains, providing resident’s quick access to all the business and entertainment centers of Westchester County and New York City.

The Maple Fields sales office is open daily from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. For additional information on the community, please call 914-461-9208 or visit

About Baker Residential

With over 50 years of experience, Baker Residential has been dedicated to bringing quality construction, premiere customer service and detailed design to each and every home. As one of the most respected homebuilders in New Jersey, New York, Connecticut and Pennsylvania, Baker Residential’s primary goal is absolute customer satisfaction.

Homes built by Baker Residential raise the bar for luxury and value in today’s market by offering “A Difference You Can See” with a long list designer amenities, features and appointments included as standard features that allow buyers to clearly distinguish just how much home they are receiving for their money.

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