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Construction underway on Horizon Series homes at NeuFairfield in Joliet

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Joseph Askins

NeuFairfield, Cambridge Homes, Joliet, Illinois

If you don't like to wait for the things you want, and if you always look for more space, more quality, and more value, then the Horizon Series homes at Cambridge Homes' NeuFairfield community were designed with you in mind.

Cambridge's 24 new single-family homes, currently under construction in Joliet, are located in a beautiful and established community surrounded by parks, recreation, and highly rated schools in the New Lenox and Joliet districts. The rest of the Chicago metro area is accessible via I-355 and Metra train.

Buyers have a choice of six two-story Horizon Series plans, ranging in size from 2,117 to 3,018 square feet with three to four bedrooms and 2.5 baths. Two-car attached garages are included, and basements are available at an additional cost. Prices for the single-family homes start at $197,500.

The community's model home and sales center, expected to open this spring, features the two-story Grandview design, a home with 2,428 square feet of living space, three bedrooms, 2.5 baths, first- and second-floor family rooms, and a two-car attached garage, base-priced from $209,900. The first floor includes a living room, kitchen, family room, powder room and utility room. The second floor includes a master bedroom with private luxury bath, two additional bedrooms, a second bath, laundry room, and bonus family room.

Qualified buyers can take advantage of FHA, VA, and conventional mortgage programs at very affordable rates with the assistance of the staff at DHI Mortgage.

To visit NeuFairfield, take I-55 to Route 126, west to Route 30 north to entrance on the right. Sales center hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday through Thursday and noon to 5 p.m. Friday.

Call 847-984-4949 for more information or visit MyCambridgeHome.com.

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