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Heavens has been writing about real estate and home improvement for 27 of his 36 years at the Inquirer and for most of his 49 years as a reporter.Author of three books, he was "The Gadgeteer" on the Discovery Channel's Home Matters and president of the National Association of Real Estate Editors. Heavens has been writing about real estate and home improvement for 27 of his 36 years at the Inquirer and for most of his 49 years as a reporter.
Of the Burlington County community's 39 square miles, water encompasses slightly more than one, which might not seem like much."We've sold to a lot of buyers of houses in our past communities in Medford, with the strong [demographic] among the baby boomers from 52 on up," says Meyer, who has lived in Medford most of his life and followed his grandfather and father into the business.He offers different home plans to accommodate the various age segments.His research has shown that some younger active adults have college-age children who return home for the summer, so they want a second floor.(Her husband was from Medford.) "A lot of my younger buyers grew up here and had great memories, so are coming back here to live and start families," Basmajian says.She also works often with over-55 buyers, since the focus by builders here is more on the active-adult market.
"Otherwise, there isn't all that much building here these days," she says.
Bob Meyer Communities, which has built 18 developments in Medford since the 1960s, has two over-55 projects under construction: Wyngate at Medford and Heritage at Medford.
Still, it's not the volume of water that makes the difference, but how well nature and people have arranged it into ponds and lakes.
Many housing developments here, from oldest to newest, were sited around these water courses, some created by dams on creeks to make farming, especially cranberry cultivation, easier and profitable.
Those lakes, ponds, and streams, as well as considerable open space, afford recreational opportunities for residents and visitors alike. The pine foliage, the lakes, and the log cabins all add to the atmosphere," says South Jersey builder Bruce Paparone, whose company in 2005 built Lantern Village, 10 single-family houses on Stokes Road near Birchwood Lake, priced from $400,000 to $600,000.
"You have a sense of family here," says Michelle Basmajian, an agent with Weichert Realtors, who moved here 22 years ago from Delaware County.