Attached Luxury Condo Versus Detached House – How to Decide Which Black Birch ll Luxury Home is Right for You

By December 5, 2018Blog
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From floor plans, finishes, and optional spaces, the luxury homes at Black Birch II are customized to fit each resident’s unique personality and lifestyle perfectly. But the first decision residents must make is the type of home that best suits their needs — attached (luxury condo) or detached single-family home. There are eight luxury condos and eight detached homes in the Black Birch II community, and a total of four types of layouts — The ColonialThe Patio HomeCarriage House I, and Carriage House II. Let’s take a look at the things that are the same in every Black Birch II home, and then dive into what makes them distinctive.   

Similarities 

All 16 residences at Black Birch II have diverse homesites and luxury features, including open floor plans, first-floor masters, two-car garages, a minimum of nine-foot ceilings, oversized Pella windows, and gas fireplaces to name a few. A finished lower level can be added to any of the homes, offering residents a variety of optional spaces like a theater room, bonus room, wine cellar, and an extra bedroom and bathroom. Additionally, all Black Birch II homeowners enjoy a maintenance-free lifestyle regardless of which type of home they choose, as well as a one-year membership to Concord’s exclusive Thoreau Club.   

Differences 

Although all residents enjoy the same quality craftsmanship, open spaces, and luxury amenities, two main differences distinguish the detached homes from the luxury condos: 

  1. The size and number of rooms. 

Carriage House I and Carriage House II, two of the luxury condos at Black Birch II offer 2,129 and 1,867 square feet respectively, and both homes have two bedrooms and two and a half baths. The Colonial, Black Birch II’s largest detached home, has 2,603 square feet spread out over three levels with three bedrooms and three and a half baths, while the Patio Home has 2,350 square feet of flexible living space.   

  1. The exterior.  

As the name suggests, detached homes are not connected to any other homes while luxury condos share a wall. Carriage House I and Carriage House II have a side-yard in addition to one in both the front and back, while The Colonial and The Patio House have yards on all four sides of the home.  

Despite these differences, buyers will find that both the detached homes and luxury condos offer high-quality finishes and elegant style and that Black Birch II is the perfect place for active adults who want a strong community, access to local attractions, natural beauty and recreation, and the stress-free lifestyle offered by maintenance-free living.  

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