Posted on: 03-05-19
Brielle, NJ – Homestake Capital, LLC has announced that Eden & Main, its newest townhome community, is coming soon to Southington, CT. Those interested can visit edenandmaintownhomes.com to sign-up for the community’s VIP list.
“Eden & Main is unique in that it draws from the industrial history of its location and incorporates a sophisticated, contemporary style,” said Michael J. Kokes, Managing Principal of Homestake Capital, LLC. “Scenic Southington is tucked in a valley between two mountainsides with easy access to the highway. The result is a charming atmosphere you can’t wait to come home to.”
Situated on Eden Avenue and Main Street, in the heart of historic Southington’s revitalizing downtown center, the community is just a short walk from restaurants, cafes, shops and more. Rich with history and culture, Southington has all the charm of a small town with the conveniences of a big city. Located one town over from Bristol, which is the home to ESPN, Otis Elevator and Barnes Group, Southington is close to all major highways and transportation.
Eden & Main is also just a half-mile from the beautiful Farmington Canal Heritage Trail that stretches down to New Haven and will soon run all the way through Hartford County to Massachusetts. Mount Southington Ski area, Hubbard Park, Lake Compounce and Hawks Landing Country Club are just a few of the other attractions close to town.
Eden & Main is located at 35 Eden Avenue, Southington, CT, 06489. Townhomes will be priced from $229,900. To learn more, visit edenandmaintownhomes.com, call 860.302.5173 or email info@EdenAndMainTownhomes.com.
About Homestake Capital, LLC
Homestake Capital, LLC, a boutique real estate investment firm located in Monmouth County, New Jersey, is focused on providing direct investment and non-traditional lending to residential and commercial developers. Homestake further adds value by providing development and building experience to the sponsor or borrower. Homestake’s unique niche is providing capital for projects that are too big for one investor, but too “small” for a traditional institutional investor. To learn more, visit homestakecapital.com.