At A Glance The Residence at Rabbit Run Creek
Year Built: 2015
Parking: Yes
Fitness Center: Yes
Doormen: No
Pet Friendly Yes
Pool: No
  • Building Features
    • Gated, urban community in the middle of the New Hope's countryside
    • Utmost Privacy
    • Pedestrian friendly
    • Situated on a 23-acre site surrounded by woodlands
    • Customized to fit your lifestyle
    • Pocket Parks with fountains and ponds
  • Residence Features
    • Personalized to fit your lifestyle
    • Courtyard & basement perfect for entertaining
    • 40 ft wide 2-story foyer
    • Garages located in rear
    • Monthly fee of $525
    • Option of 3,500-5,000 SqFt floor plans
    • Meticulous landscaping
    • In-home elevator
    • Amicable natural lighting
  • Area Highlights
    • 1 mile from town
    • Famous Bucks County Playhouse
    • Plenty of fine restaurants, shops, and museums
    • Close proximity to Princeton, New York, and New Jersey
  • Description

    New Hope's newest luxury townhouse community is selling quickly.

    In the heart of New Hope’s very own countryside, The Residence at Rabbit Run Creek is a newly developed and gated community with 37 immaculate town homes. Rabbit Run Creek offers the absolute flexibility for potential home buyers to personalize their very own town home while located in the heart of Bucks County.

    The Residency at Rabbit Run Creek offers a variety of brick and stone exteriors that are distinct to the buyer’s individual taste giving it a personal and very signature look. Meticulous landscaping surround the homes and the neighborhood, a standard in-home elevator, endless possibilities for the finished basement, a lavished outdoor entertainment space, and a two car garage is found discreetly in the rear of the homes. The level of customization is truly in the hands of the potential home buyer!

    This development features a public square and pocket parks equipped with ponds and fountains creating an imitate setting. Sidewalks are found all around the neighborhood along with street lighting making this a pedestrian friendly and extremely safe community for a small family. These homes embody the reinvention of what the town home should be. Close proximity to Princeton, New York, and New Jersey is perfect for the daily commuter.

    Grand Opening is May 11th and as of May 19th, homes are on reservation in phases 2 & 3. Depending upon what phase you chose to live in, the price will vary along with additional features and square footage. A model home is available for walk through.

    Developer, Tom Scannapieco, embarked on another real estate endeavor with architect Sang-Yee Rummler from Minno & Wasko Architects. They have previous shared success with 1706 Rittenhouse Square Waterfront community, that sold out before it was even completed. Sang-Yee Rummler assisted Tom Scannapieco with the design of reinventing the town home for their vision of Rabbit Run Creek.

    They envisioned a gated community to be the reinvention of what previous town homes were. Rummler and Scannapieco ultimately wanted potential home buyers too have a personal and very unique experience. Both want potential home buyers to be allowed to customize and mold their homes to suit their lifestyle. “This is not the typical “drive through” neighborhood, but a neighborhood that will place one in awe” ~ Tom Scannapieco.

    Tom Scannapieco and Sang-Yee Rummler centered this development around the possibility that an urban environment can be found in the country offering the best of both worlds for home buyers. Tom Scannapieco is known as the man whom made Philadelphia an “ultra luxuries and desirable destination” for the real estate market. He has received national recognition and has had record-breaking projects such as 500 Walnut in Philadelphia and 1706 Rittenhouse in New Hope that The Residences at Rabbit Run Creek will be another direct reflection of his vision of a prestigious secluded community.

    Keith Boyd, from Barley Custom Homes, has been in the industry for the past 20 years building high end custom homes in the Bucks County area. The signature designs of a custom high end homes is what is most important to Keith Boyd to understand his clients personal style,wants, and needs. He is known for being very  “hands-on” during the process of construction so that the project can run smoothly and his dedication to customer satisfaction is highly notable. For these specific reasons, Keith Boyd and the team at Barley Customs Homes have been chosen to be the builder of the Rabbit Run Creek.




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New Hope – Solebury

It's easy to fall in love with New Hope, Pennsylvania, a charming town on the Delaware River in Bucks County. Located between Philadelphia and New York City, this historical borough of 2,500 or so residents is a mix of shops, restaurants, small inns and bed & breakfasts, galleries, Colonial-era stone houses and enchanting water views. Known for its arts scene, it has been a hotspot for creativity since at least the...
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New Hope-Solebury Upper El School
Type: Public
Level: 3-5
New Hope-Solebury Middle School
Type: Public
Level: 6-8
New Hope-Solebury High School
Type: Public
Level: 9-12
Solebury School
Type: Private
Level: 7-12
New Hope-Solebury Lower El School
Type: Public
Level: K-2
Solebury United Methodist Children's Learning Center
Type: Private
Level: N/a
Buckingham Friends School
Type: Private
Level: K-8
Central Bucks High School-East
Type: Public
Level: 10-12
Holicong Middle School
Type: Public
Level: 7-9
Sol Feinstone El School
Type: Public
Level: K-6

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