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The Hamptons of Hinsdale, Hinsdale

by Chicago Agent

GSH Development presents nine luxury Abbey condominium models at The Hamptons of Hinsdale, a maintenance-free community in west-suburban Hinsdale. This enclave of condominiums and townhomes is located off Grant Street in south Hinsdale, surrounded by single-family homes. The neighborhood includes 93 Abbey condominiums and 26 Villa townhomes and on a professionally landscaped 12.5-acre site.
Pre-construction prices for the condominiums start in the $400,000s, with the townhomes priced from the $700,000s. All pricing is preliminary and is subject to change.

Every condominium and townhome building at The Hamptons of Hinsdale features 19th century shingle-style architecture with generous use of natural stone, stucco, copper roof accents and extensive custom millwork.

The Hamptons of Hinsdale includes The Abbeys, a collection of four-story, mid-rise condominiums that feature both ground-level and below-grade parking. The Abbeys are offered in nine floor plans sized from 1,262 to 2,239 square feet. Layouts include one-bedroom-plus-den, two-bedroom and two-bedroom-plus-den units, each with one-and-one-half to two-and-one-half baths. Pre-construction pricing for the Abbeys starts in the $400,000s, depending on building placement, floor plan size and location.

The Hamptons of Hinsdale also features The Villas, the group of three-story townhomes that are available in five floor plans ranging in size from 2,473 to 2,817 square feet.

The Villa plans offer two-, three- or four-bedrooms, lofts and two-and-one-half to three-and-one-half baths across three levels of completely finished living space, along with attached two-car garages. Options for fifth bedrooms are available in select plans, with elevator options available in all Villa floor plans.

Pre-construction pricing for The Villas starts in the $700,000s, depending on building location and floor plan size.

Every home at The Hamptons of Hinsdale, whether it is an Abbey condominium or a Villa townhome, showcases numerous deluxe inclusions and including granite countertops in the kitchens and baths with buyer-selected edge detailing and four-inch backsplash, with custom stone tiled backsplashes available. Kitchens feature custom oak, maple or hickory cabinetry with roller auto-close drawers also available; stainless steel appliances including a KitchenAid refrigerator and Bosch dishwasher along with Kohler plumbing fixtures. Professional Viking appliances are also an option.

The baths include a choice of porcelain or ceramic tile flooring, tub and shower walls with available custom tile patterns, frameless glass shower doors and cast-iron tubs.

Select grade oak hardwood flooring is found throughout the entry foyer; kitchen and breakfast area; and powder room and dining area. The complete millwork package includes three-and-one-half-inch casing, seven-inch baseboards and five-and-one-quarter-inch crown mouldings for paint, with custom stain available. Solid core doors and Cifial hardware with easy-open door levers are also featured.

The community includes a large pond with natural wetland plantings; an array of trees, shrubs and flowers; two parks, each with their own stone and wood gazebo; a decorative fence that defines the entire community; and a stone entry monument with stone walls on the main boulevard entry off Grant Street.

The Hamptons of Hinsdale is south of 55th Street and just west of Garfield Street in Hinsdale. The community is one block from Hinsdale Central High School and is served by Hinsdale School Districts 86 and 181. This community has been designed as a maintenance-free neighborhood, with all outdoor landscape care included in the monthly association fee.

For more information, call 630.654.0200 or visit thehamptonsofhinsdale.com.

THE HAMPTONS OF HINSDALE
Location Hinsdale
Housing Type Condominium and townhome
Number of Units 93 condominiums and 26 townhomes
Number Sold 5
Delivery Date Fall 2007
Price Range Condominiums from $400,000s, townhomes from $700,000s
Co-op 2.5%

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