Take advantage of your existing space and create additional living area with something that is in just about every home… a basement! Transforming your unfinished basement into a space that everyone can enjoy is a great way to boost the value of your home. If you are in the process of building a new home or already have a home, you’re in luck. A finished basement is a project that can easily be picked up at the start of construction or years later. With a finished basement, you are maximizing your home’s full potential. A basement is a large space that offers plenty of room for an extra family room, playroom, entertainment room, home office and multiple guest rooms. If you have a growing family, a finished basement is a great way to accommodate family members and visiting relatives.
However, there are a number of factors that can affect the concept of your finished basement including ceiling height, ducts, pipes, heating, cooling and moisture. While some homes were not built with a basement capable of being finished, Unionville Station located in Hilton, New York offers a number of homes with walkout basements ready to be transformed. Homes offering a walkout basement are a great way to overcome challenging landscapes and the windows in an exposed basement offers natural light to an otherwise dark and dreary basement. Unionville Station is a 55 and older senior community that is almost fully developed. All lots in Section 6 of Unionville Station offer egress windows, a stick frame rear wall foundation, dry wall, trimming and 12 course walk out basements overlooking a beautiful view of Hilton Village Park. A 12 course basement has a higher ceiling making it easier to finish. With full association, low dues, low taxes and walking distance to the village, Unionville Station offers the ultimate home for you and your family.
Maximize the space in your Unionville Station home when you utilize your walkout basement! To learn more about the neighborhoods and custom developments Sciortino Homes has to offer, browse our website or call 585-621-2399!
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