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March 3, 2013

One-level living at The Village at Russell Farm

Imagine the opportunity to live at The Village at Russell Farm; a well-estab­lished and inviting neighbor­hood conveniently located near major highways, shopping, medical care and just a short drive to almost anything Massachusetts and New Hampshire have to offer. The last phase of Russell Farm located at One Lauren Court in Methuen is in the final stages and should be ready for spring occupancy. Planned and built by local builder/developer Joseph S. Pappalardo of Homestead Village LLC, Russell Farm is a close knit community of only sixty-nine homes.

The attractive homes have been thoughtfully built in a village setting with pro­fessional landscaping. The one and two bedroom garden style condominiums are built for active adults ages 55 and older and offer quality construction at an affordable price. The units in this final phase consist of six 2 bedroom, 2 bath units, and two 1 bedroom, 1 bath units. The homes are priced between $199,900 and $249,900 on the first floor and between $209,900 and $259,900 on the second floor. All units range from approximately 900 to1,300 square feet. With such affordability, the garden style condominiums would work well for couples that may also have a winter home in a warmer climate but want to maintain a home locally close to family and friends, or even a single person that desires a maintenance-free lifestyle in a brand new home.

The homes are elegant with fresh clean lines and fine quality details including granite counters, handsome maple cabinetry, stainless steel appliances and full bathrooms. All units include convenient in-unit laundry hook-ups, spacious walk-in closets, forced hot air heating, and central air conditioning. The two bedroom units also feature a master bathroom with easy-access walk-in showers. All bathrooms have comfort height toilets which is common request of the 55+ homebuyer. The units are truly maintenance-free, and come complete with composite decks with PVC railings. The building has two separate entrances and an elevator for the second floor homeowners’ease of access to their unit.

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