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April 20, 2014

Reserve your lot at The Falls at Gunstock Road in Plaistow, N.H.

The Falls at Gunstock Road in Plaistow, N.H. is now accepting lot reservations.

Set to be the most stunning 55+ active-adult community in the region, a redesign has delayed production, but the model home is up, featuring gorgeous red siding and beautiful stonework. Once the redesign is approved by the state, work will be completed to the interior of the home.

Nestled amongst the serene and natural setting of wooded land at the top of Sweet Hill Road in income-tax-free Plaistow, N.H., The Falls at Gunstock Road sits on 50-plus acres of land providing beauty and privacy for future residents. Breathtaking views are the first thing you’ll notice as you enter the community— and on a clear day you can see the distant outline of the New Hampshire Mountains.

“I’ve been working on this project for years, so it’s great to be finishing up the first home,” says Ron Brown, owner and developer of The Falls at Gunstock Road. “We have had many people driving by excited to see the progress. We are now accepting reservations and we’re looking forward to working with buyers to customize all aspects of their dream home.”

Once completed the new neighborhood will consist of 40 custom, luxury, single detached homes, featuring beautiful architectural details and superior craftsmanship in an amazing setting.

The luxurious living space of each home will range from 1,500 to 1,800 square feet. With a mix of contemporary and Craftsman aesthetics, the homes will offer two bedrooms, two full bathrooms or two-and-a-half bathrooms and two-or-three-car garages. Each home can also be personalized; from the gorgeous granite countertops to the custom cabinets, buyers can choose the colors, materials and designs that best fit their style.

“It’s very different from other developments in the area. The community will consist of the main road and three cul-de-sacs: Blueberry Road, Raspberry Road, and Strawberry Road,” notes Brown. “

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