By Lillian Shapiro
Director of Real Estate Advertising
---- — As one of the snowiest winters in recent memory nears an end, a maintenance-free home may be just what you’re looking for. Providing comfort, convenience and luxury, The Residences at Rose Court, Danvers’ new-construction condominium community, is for you. With the homes offering one, two or three bedrooms with all the bells and whistles, there is little question why sales have already exceeded expectations. According to marketing representative Tina Brzezenski of PRS Real Estate, the project, which launched less than a year ago, is already more than 50 percent resold, with residents happily residing in Phase 1.
“One of the nicest things about Rose Court is that it is multi-generational, meeting the needs of just about any type of buyer,” says Brzezenski. “A complex like ours is appealing to retirees, for example, because they can live here in the summer and then pack their bags for Florida in the winter with nothing more to do than close the door behind them. It is also desirable to the young family in search of community or to the first-time homeowner looking for quality and affordability. In addition, we offer covered parking for those who want it, and we are handicapped-accessible with elevators in all of our buildings.”
Designed with ease and sensibility in mind, all of the homes here boast spacious living rooms that meld seamlessly with gourmet kitchens complete with spacious cabinets, pantries and stainless-steel appliances. With floor plans spanning between 1,065 and 1,460 square feet, each unit also features a master bedroom suite, two contemporary baths, 9-foot ceilings, fiber-optic wiring throughout and fluid living spaces.
Common areas at Rose Court include a beautiful function center for hosting private events, an on-site playground, collective gardens and a fully equipped fitness center. Sited on more than 10 acres abutting conservation land, these homes are convenient to major highways, shopping, entertainment, golf courses and beautiful beaches, all the while being less than 20 miles to Boston.
“If someone is looking to make a move now, we can easily accommodate them. The remaining six units in Phase I range between $350,000 and $387,000, and the price includes all of the upgrades, such as premium granite, upgraded cabinets, flooring and tiling. This is a great opportunity to take advantage of the original pricing and all of the extras that come with it. In addition, the developer is offering to pay for your first year of condominium fees if you purchase and move into a unit by May 31, 2014,” says Brzezenski. “For those buyers looking for a later move-in, we are pre-selling Phase II for late-summer occupancy (2014). Offering the same stunning features, these two- and three-bedroom units are ranging in price between $297,500 and $400,000. If you act quickly, you will be able to customize the unit to your preference. We welcome the opportunity to show you why so many are choosing Rose Court as their new home.”
Join Brzezenski and fellow marketing specialist Kathy Melanson on weekends from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. The sales office is also open Monday, Wednesday and Thursday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Tuesday and Friday by appointment.
This property, at 360 Andover St. in Danvers, along Route 114, is presented by Pizzuti Development, a family business that has been building and investing in Greater Boston for 40 years. For more information, call Kathy or Tina (PSR Real Estate) at 978-774-6300 or visit their website at www.RoseCourtDanvers.com.
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