Time’s a wasting for those who procrastinate, and the sales activity at The Residences at Rose Court is proof of that. With phase one nearly sold out and pre-sales of phase two already on the books, Danvers’ new construction community is off to a blazing start. Offering the utmost in comfort and convenience, these condominiums are the epitome of maintenance-free living.
Named for the Rose Garden that will be featured in the middle of the two buildings, the development in its entirety will consist of 71 residential units, 36 of which are in this most recently unveiled phase. Marketing specialist Tina Brzezenski encourages interested parties to act fast, as there is still ample time to customize.
“If you haven’t been to Rose Court lately, you haven’t been to Rose Court. While the units in phase two are very similar to those in phase one, we did make some design changes,” she says. “While all of the units include top-notch features such as maple cabinets, walk-in closets and porcelain tile bathrooms, right now buyers can choose from a number of upgrades to personalize their units.”
Whether your preference is a one-, two- or three-bedroom, all of the available homes for sale here boast one or two contemporary baths, open floor plans with 9-foot ceilings, fiber-optic wiring throughout and elegant living spaces with floor plans between 1,065 and 1,460 square feet. Units feature gourmet kitchens with spacious cabinets, pantries, stainless-steel appliances and master bedroom suites.
“One of the nicest things about Rose Court is that it will be multigenerational, meeting the needs of just about any type of buyer,” says Brzezenski. “A complex like ours is appealing to retirees, for example, because they can live here in the summer and then pack their bags for Florida in the winter with nothing more to do than close the door behind them. It is also desirable to the young family in search of community or to the first-time homeowner looking for quality and affordability. In addition, we offer covered parking, and we are handicapped-accessible with elevators in the residential buildings.”