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March 3, 2013

One-level living at The Village at Russell Farm

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Beyond quality construction and a maintenance free lifestyle, the community itself is desirable, convenient, and inviting. “The quality of life at The Village at Russell Farm is just so comfortable,” said Paul Higginbottom, resident for the past six years. “It har­kens back to the tight neigh­borhoods that we grew up in where people looked out for each other and sat out on the front porch and greeted one another. We were one of the first residents and we have made many new friends and everyone says the same thing ‘I don’t know why I didn’t do this sooner.”

“We love the overall feel of the neighbor­hood and its close proxim­ity to everything we need,” added another resident. “But it still feels very private.”

In addition, there is also one remaining row-house style unit available at Russell Farm. This luxurious home with over 1,700 square feet of living space offers an open concept and includes upgrades galore. The spectacular kitchen has ample workspace, brand new stainless steel appli­ances, gorgeous granite counters, high-end cabinets, window over the sink with attractive views of the land­scape, a huge pantry closet, and an island that makes a great space for casual dining. There is also a formal dining space, vaulted family room with full glass doors to a private patio area, and a gas fireplace.

Also in this unit, priced at $424,900, is a master suite with a custom walk-in closet, a huge tiled master bath with an oversized ceramic tiled shower, and marble topped vanity. This home comes complete with double automatic garages, central air, granite front entry steps, and James Hardie fiber cement siding.

Marketed by Deb Douglass of RE/MAX Partners, these lovely new condominiums at The Village at Russell Farm need to be seen in person to fully appreciate the quality of construction. Deb will host an open house today, Sunday, March 3, at One Lauren Court (off 380 Merrimack St. in Methuen) from 2 to 4 P.M. and every Sunday at that time thereafter.

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