By choosing a Toll Brothers home, you have chosen a trusted name and an award-wining luxury home builder. The location of your new home is one of the most important aspects to consider in your search. When this move involves children, location becomes vital. Choosing a new home within a good school district is a priority for parents. Toll Brothers is a strong believer in picking the location of their communities in the best neighborhoods with the top schools.
When searching for a top-rated school district, there are different resources to utilize. A list of National Blue Ribbon Schools can be found here and information about Newsweek’s Top High Schools of 2016 can be found here. As you search for your new home, it is essential to consider the location that is perfect for the whole family.
In addition to providing communities in excellent school districts, Toll Brothers values the importance of community activities and businesses. The location of your new home should be within close proximity to destinations that matter to you. It is important to consider what those destinations are. Do you want to be a quick drive away from a movie theatre, shops, or to your office? Or maybe you want to be within walking distance to the park? Research is a big part of the home buying experience. When searching for a community, you want to investigate local hotspots and places of interest, and our sales team will help you along the way. Many of our 55+ Active Living buyers want to be in our amenity-rich communities that are nearby cultural venues and in close proximity to their friends, families, kids, and grandkids.
Remember, you’re doing far more than merely buying a home, you’re joining a community. Accounting for the location is just one essential element to finding the right home for you and your family. For more information on the essential elements to consider when purchasing your dream home, read our series on “What to Look for in a Home Builder and follow us on Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram for more info on our available communities.