METHUEN — Looking for a new active-adult community in the Merrimack Valley these days you are sure to find people talking about Regency at Methuen.
This gated resort-style community with on-site amenities by Toll Brothers Active Living is the talk of the Valley. The Alder combines the most desired features sought by today’s downsizing buyer with breathtaking architectural details and efficient use of space. Take advantage of limited-time vendor incentives during the Toll Brothers National Sales Event ending October 8.
The expansive Alder home features 2 bedrooms, 2 1/2 baths, includes a sophisticated front sitting room just off the dramatic two-story foyer, a first-floor master suite with a cathedral ceiling, and a family room with available fireplace. Just beyond the Williamsburg staircase on the second floor is a large secondary bedroom with its own seating area. The loft overlooks the elegant dining room and family room.
Regency at Methuen offers homes that range from 1,500 to 2,500 square feet, including both single-level and two-story home designs in both a townhome and detached setting. Regency at Methuen showcases two professionally decorated single-family home models, including the 2,490 square-foot Farmington, the 1,800-square-foot ranch-style Lehigh and three fully decorated townhome models ranging from 1,500 to 2,000 square feet.
“Our experience in working with Toll Brothers has been positive and heartwarming, beginning with the sales people who were most helpful and supportive. The project managers were very professional, warm, and friendly and were dedicated to building our home to the highest standards. Our finished home is beautiful, enjoyable, and is a pleasure to walk into. The high ceilings and windows are so impressive,” said Ruth and Martin Baer of Andover, Mass.
“After visiting several 55+ communities we heard about Regency. We decided after one visit that this is where we wanted to live. The sales staff was exceptional, friendly, very helpful with all our questions, and extremely knowledgeable,” said Steve and Marilyn Vounessea of North Andover, Mass.