METHUEN — Looking for a new active-adult community in the Merrimack Valley these days and 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 was named 2013 Best 50+ Community and Best Clubhouse Community by the Builders and Remodelers Association of Greater Boston. The Lehigh combines the most desired features sought by today’s downsizing buyer with breathtaking architectural details and efficient use of space.
This magnificent, professionally-decorated, 2-bedroom, 2-bath model home features an expanded kitchen option with many conveniences, including an island and plentiful counter space that is centrally located to the breakfast area and spacious family room with fireplace. The combined living and dining rooms are perfect for formal entertaining. The first-floor master bedroom suite offers an elegant tray ceiling and luxurious expanded master bath. Showcasing hardwood floors in foyer, living/dining, kitchen and family room. The Lehigh also features 10-foot ceilings throughout the home and a rear covered patio. This home has a walkout finished basement with additional windows, full bathroom, Boston sports team-themed decorating, and custom wet bar with granite top. Hurry in, this model home won’t last long, and ask the sales manager about the fully-furnished package price.
Regency at Methuen offers homes that range from 1,800 to 2,500 square feet, including both single-level and two-story home designs. Regency at Methuen showcases two professionally-decorated single-family model homes, including the 2,490 square-foot Farmington, the 1,800-square-foot ranch-style Lehigh.
“It was Toll Brothers’ good reputation that drew us to Regency at Methuen, and our experience has shown why they were ‘Professional Builder of the Year for 2012.’ Their commitment to excellence and desire in keeping the purchaser happy was always evident in our dealings with project managers. We never hesitate to recommend a Toll Brothers development to our relatives and friends,” said Maria and Anthony Cota of North Reading.