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May 14, 2014

English Commons at Topsfield ... now is the time


Don’t you owe it to yourself to visit English Commons today and start planning your move? You too can be enjoying the carefree lifestyle, sumptuous amenities, open space, convenient location and a new, quality-built home for years to come.

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Model homes are open daily from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.; after hours by appointment.


  • English Commons at Topsfield
  • 12 Boston St., Topsfield
  • 978-887-3888
  • Open daily 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.

The Winthrop

  • 2,800 square feet
  • 1st-floor master suite with en suite master bath
  • 2nd-floor guest suite with en suite guest bath
  • 1st-floor powder room
  • Four-season sunroom, living room, dining room, loft
  • 2-car attached garage
  • Up to 1,100 square feet of additional living area optional
  • Starting at $825,000


  • Berry Properties of Topsfield
  • Jessica Curry, broker 617-797-7982
  • Mark O’Hara, broker 978-807-2954
  • Sales Center: 978-887-3888

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