Summer is always a busy season for us at Northland Residential and this year it did not disappoint! Our townhomes at Woodmere at Brush Hill in Milton are selling at a fevered pitch and, as of this writing, the community is nearly 95% sold out. We’re genuinely excited about how Woodmere has taken shape and pleased that a total of 36 families will soon be calling it home.
We are also working hard behind-the-scenes on the planning for our next residential developments. Permitting work is underway for another new neighborhood in Wellesley, Massachusetts. Named Fieldstone Way, the proposed development is located just off of Great Plain Avenue and less than a mile to Wellesley Center and the commuter rail.
We’ve been formulating our vision for this site and have presented it to town officials. Our plans incorporate 44 one, two- and three-bedroom attached residences, expertly sited so as to capitalize on the natural contours of the land. The homes will offer a variety of floor plans ranging in size from 700 to 2,700 square feet of living space that can be finished to the buyer’s preferences. The exterior of the homes will feature multiple elevation styles to create an appealing streetscape.
The aim for the new development is to provide the town of Wellesley with new housing options for empty nesters who want to sell their homes yet stay in town, as well as other families seeking lower maintenance homes. We’ve made several changes to the project over the last 4 months based on input from the Town. Those changes have included the introduction of one-bedroom carriage house floor plans, reworking the siting of units, providing for a “tot lot” and incorporating an innovative design for a section of a shared street known in Europe as a Woonerf.
We also believe that new developments are about much more than the construction of the homes. Our goal is to create a strong sense of place for our homeowners and that’s why we strive to make sure each element works in concert with the other. We think of this design phase as the foundation of the community – it’s a crucial step we take seriously. From the siting to the design of the homes, and the configuration of private spaces, landscape features, and open green spaces, our objective is to create an environment that fits seamlessly within the fabric of the community.
Northland is collaborating with award-winning, Providence-based Union Studio on the design of the community and architecture of the homes.
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