METHUEN — If you are 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 is the talk of the Valley. The Stamford is one of the community’s most popular single-family designs, combining the most desired features sought by today’s downsizing buyer, with breathtaking architectural details and efficient use of space.
The stunning 1,700-square-foot Stamford Eastern Shore home offers single-level living without compromise. In this 2 bedroom, 2 bath home, a tray ceiling creates a dramatic look in the entrance foyer that opens to a dining room within an expansive great room. The kitchen and breakfast area creates a bright and airy atmosphere. The opulent first-floor master bedroom suite is a private retreat with a large-walk-in closet, a master bath with Roman soaking tub and separate shower, and a dual-sink vanity. A private study and covered deck are located in the rear of the home. Included features are hardwood flooring in the foyer, kitchen/breakfast area, dining, and great room, gas fireplace in the expanded family room, Kohler faucets, granite countertops, custom paint, Whirlpool stainless steel appliance package, and basement ready for finishing. This dream home can be yours this summer.
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.
“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, friendly, 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,” exclaimed Ruth and Martin Baer of Andover.