Bringing a modern twist to the “old-fashioned” neighborhood of yesteryear, Salem’s Strongwater Crossing delivers a strong sense of community where wide sidewalks, street lamps and walking trails join young families together with their retired neighbors. If you happen to be one of the many fascinated home buyers who missed out on the first phase, take comfort in knowing that you have another chance to own here. With delivery expected as soon as this fall, Phases 4 and 5 will consist of 35 luxury homes ranging in size between 1,700 and 2,200 square feet.
Built by esteemed developer DiBiase Homes, there will be six distinct Colonial-inspired styles from which to choose. While these homes will in no way appear “cookie cutter”, all of them will feature central air conditioning, 10’ x 10’ rear decks, attic storage, two-car attached garages, en-suite masters with double bowl sinks and soaking tubs, and family rooms. Gourmet kitchens will be appointed with white shaker cabinets, GE appliances, granite or quartz counter tops, and large center islands in most models. Additionally, each home will be enhanced by superior finishes and modern amenities such as gleaming hardwood flooring, gas fireplaces, detailed moldings, state-of-the-art electronics, security systems, and intuitive climate-control systems .
Select styles will offer three bedrooms and two baths, while others will have four bedrooms and two and a half baths. Other variations include first floor master suites, formal living rooms, walk-out basements (finished upon request), and vaulted ceilings.
“We opened up 18 homes in Phase IV before we released them to the market and of those 18, we are now sold out. There has been a tremendous amount of excitement,” says Project Management and Marketing Coordinator, Diandra DiBiase. “We are accepting reservations for Phase V and have already sold eight homes. These new homes will be available for spring 2020 delivery. Interest in these homes is high. The sooner a buyer commits, the more opportunity he or she will have to customize and upgrade.”
By the time the community’s proposed tenth phase is completed, Strongewater Crossing will consist of 131 executive homes. Set on over 90 acres of natural open space, this beautiful neighborhood is steps away from city amenities including the commuter rail, eclectic shopping and dining, museums and all major routes. DiBiase Corporation is a third generation family business, building quality homes for more than 60 years.
Interested parties are urged to visit 71 Marlborough Road any Saturday or Sunday from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. For more information, or to schedule a private viewing, call the Sales Office at 781-334-9899.
AT A GLANCE:
· 3-4 bedrooms
· 2 or 2.5 baths
· 1,700 – 2,200 square feet
· $629,000 - $670,000
· DiBiase Homes
· Sales office: 781-334-9899