Town of Whitehall Community

The Town of WhiteHall Hosts Delaware Vet Fest

vet festThe Town of WhiteHall was proud to host this year’s Delaware Vet Fest, a family-friendly outdoor festival and gathering to honor our veterans. Held on May 7th at Mapleton Square, the event drew hundreds of people who came to enjoy live musical entertainment, food trucks, games, motorcycles, corvettes and plenty of beverages. While the festival served to honor both active duty and veteran heroes, it also sought to raise awareness of soldier suicide and provide help for at-risk military and their families.

In addition, the event invited participation in the 22in22 Challenge, to raise funds for the non-profit organization, Stop Soldier Suicide. The goal was for each participant to raise $222 and to inspire others, by forming teams, to also join in. Challenge participants are asked to honor their veteran heroes by walking, skipping or jumping 22 miles over the course of 22 days. The challenge also encouraged creativity, with some participants practicing yoga, praying or performing 22 days of kindness for our veterans.

Delaware Vet Fest attracts more than 300 visitors

Vet Fest Town of WhitehallMore than 300 people attended The Delaware Vet Fest 2016, with all proceeds benefiting the non-profit Stop Soldier Suicide. Event-goers were treated to balmy Spring weather and enjoyed the musical stylings of Davey Dickens Jr. and the Troubadors, Blue Cat Blues, Concrete Charlie, Club Phred and Dr. Harmonica & Rocket 88.

Gourmet food trucks served up some tasty eats, such as pulled pork brisket, BBQ ribs, fresh corn on the cob, coleslaw and other mouthwatering fare. Dozens of festival attendees supported the cause by purchasing a 22in22 Challenge T-shirt to help raise money and awareness about soldier suicide.

Festival followed by Town of WhiteHall Grand Opening

Featuring sprawling, estate-style homes by Montchanin Builders, The Town of WhiteHall will be hosting their Grand Opening on Saturday, June 4. The Grand Opening will have hot air balloon rides, kids’ games, delicious food, and new home tours of luxurious houses designed by an award-winning urban architect.

House hunters should take note that The Town of WhiteHall will be offering special incentive pricing on their new estate homes in Delaware, which boast innovative floor plans with gourmet kitchens, rec rooms, breakfast nooks and plenty of storage.

Montchanin Builders is proud to bring their quality construction and craftsmanship to The Town of WhiteHall, a new development that celebrates community and enhancing neighborhood life with spacious parks, biking trails, and shops and restaurants a short walk from your doorstep.

For more information about our affordably priced Delaware communities, please call our representatives (302) 655-2600.

Montchanin Selected As Builder For Whitehall Neighborhood

cambridge1The Town of Whitehall is a brand new master-planned community north of Middletown on the south bank of the Chesapeake and Delaware Canal.

The parcel of land was first purchased in 1984 by The Welfare Foundation as a legacy project that would greatly enhance the lives of Delaware residents. The first homes are now available – and Montchanin is happy to be selected as one of a handful of builders to be involved in this exciting project!

The vision

Like the best modern communities, Whitehall will be a walkable town with mixed-use spaces, residential units down tree-lined streets, retail shops, communal grounds, exclusive events, and preserved nature. The idea is that residents can live, work, and play without ever needing a car. It’ll be an old-fashioned sort of community where the neighbors all know each other and kids play games of hop-scotch down the sidewalks.

Neighborhood amenities

Benefits of living in the town of Whitehall include:

  • Bike trails: Active residents can take advantage of numerous bike trails just outside their doorstep. Bike an 8-mile loop from Lorewood Grove Road, across Scott’s Run, and back again. Or take a 21-mile trek along the canal to beautiful Chesapeake City, Maryland. Another option is a 23-mile odyssey to Lums Pond State Back.
  • Community events: Mapleton Square will be the epicenter of community traditions, including concerts, marshmallow roasting, picnics, Frisbee, sing-a-long musicals, and special family-friendly holiday celebrations.
  • Commercial spaces: Get to supermarkets, parks, cafes, hair salons, banks, clothing stores, and other businesses – all just a five-minute walk from your front door.
  • Beautiful surroundings: Natural spaces will be preserved amid eclectic architecture, characteristic of old town Delaware.

Luxury living in estate homes

Homes for sale at The Town of Whitehall begin at $298,900, with several different styles to choose from, including:

  • 3 bed / 2.5 bath twins & townhomes by Thompson Communities
  • 3-4 bed / 2.5 bath cottage & courtyard homes by Benchmark Builders
  • 4 bed / 2.5-3.5 bath estate & custom homes by Montchanin Builders and Murphy Homes

The “Sassafras Series” estate and custom homes will be prominently located in the most desirable locations in Mapleton Village – with commanding views of nature and the community pond down a private cul-de-sac. Spacious estates range in size from 2,606 to 3,099 square-feet.

Stop by to see The Salisbury, a flagship home by award-winning new urban architect Gregory Huddy. Whitehall homes may include such desirable features as great rooms, first floor owner’s suites, second floor laundry rooms, gourmet kitchens, rec rooms, and grand front porches. A full set of personalization options exist for the discerning homeowner.

For information, please use our online contact form, or call us at (302) 655-2600.