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Homes of the Week

May 16, 2014

Turner Hill showcases existing homes on market

Distinctive homes designed to capture beauty of natural surroundings

As the development team for The Residences at Turner Hill finalizes plans for new residential offerings and enhanced amenities at the 311-acre community in Ipswich, there is currently an opportunity to purchase one of the few remaining villas and town homes located in The Village and The Hill. Ideally located within the heart of this historic community, the existing shingle-style homes provide traditional New England charm within walking distance to the historic mansion clubhouse.

Surrounded by the peaceful tranquility of the Turner Hill estate, the championship golf course and neighboring state parks, the distinctive homes have been designed to complement their natural environment. Towering pines, formal gardens and rolling lawns contribute to a setting rarely seen in today’s planned communities. The carefree homes put residents at ease, providing a “lock and leave” lifestyle that is ideal for those who may reside elsewhere in the winter.

“The thing that seems to draw people here is the gorgeous pastoral setting,” says Karol Flannery, sales manager for The Residences at Turner Hill. “This is a very unique opportunity to live on one of Essex County’s great estates. It certainly does not happen often that a property such as this one is turned into a stunning, prestigious residential community complete with an award-winning golf course.”

With several floor plans from which to choose, all including first-floor master bedrooms and a spa-like master bath, homeowners are greeted with an abundance of natural sunlight and beautiful views of the mansion, courtyard gardens, stunning vistas, championship golf course and a bird’s-eye view overlooking the treetops.

These open and spacious homes are equipped with soaring cathedral ceilings, exquisite millwork and a comforting color palate.

In addition to updated appointments including tile backsplashes and custom cabinetry, the homes located on the fairways have bright basements that are perfect for an additional family room, game room or media room. Homeowners can also enjoy the gourmet chef kitchen and entertain guests on their private patios or decks overlooking the fairways.

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