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October 21, 2012

Construction to start at 'The Falls at Gunstock' in Plaistow

After much anticipation and careful planning, developer Ron Brown is pleased to announce that The Falls at Gunstock in Plaistow, N.H., is set to start construction this January. The Falls will be a 55-and-older community of 40 custom luxury detached residences.

At a “lobst-ah” bake earlier this month, more than 275 people got the chance to preview the site where the Falls at Gunstock is set to be built. “Those who attended appreciated the fact that we opened the site for previewing before actual construction begins, said Maureen McNamara, assistant to developer Ron Brown. “This gave them the opportunity to get the full impact the beautiful surroundings where these homes will be built.”

The natural surroundings of the 50+ acre property are breathtaking, to say the least. With a 75-mile clear view to the mountains, the feeling of the property is tranquil and serene. At this time of year it is bursting with rich, colorful foliage that can only be found in New England. It is rural and private, yet it is still convenient to major highways and services important to homebuyers. It is located off of Sweet Hill Road, which connects to Route 108 with access to Interstate 495.

In addition to the beautiful surroundings, each of the 40 units will be “totally customizable,” according to Brown. Living space will range from 1,250 to 1,800 square feet and each unit will offer 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, and 2 garages. The will also come equipped with natural gas heating systems. “What impresses me most about this development is that is totally unique from what I have seen out there,” said McNamara. “Each buyer will have the opportunity to come in and really make the space their own.”

“At the ‘lobst-ah’ bake preview, people were very enthusiastic over the idea of customizing to their own taste and not having to settle for builder status quo. The option of choosing their exterior color was probably the number one perk.”

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