25 Alcott Way
Spanning a total of 39 units, the Alcott Village Condos were originally constructed in 1989. Placed within North Andover, Massachusetts, these homes are conveniently situated near Route 114 and Route 125. Route 93 and 495 are also just a short distance away. For students, Merrimack College is only a short drive from the Alcott Village Condos.
Within this complex, residents will find open concepts and spacious floor plans. The living rooms boast of cathedral ceilings. Other than open concepts, the living rooms of these townhouses also include a wet bar and a fireplace. Boasting of an exceptional number of amenities, the Alcott Village Condos are outfitted with a laundry room on the second floor.
Each condo is equipped with gorgeous hardwood flooring. Residents can enjoy relaxing or barbecuing on their private patio space. Designed with walk-in closets, the master bedrooms include a master bathroom in the suit. Kitchens are designed with granite counters. Every condo includes two bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms.
To make the living experience a little easier, the condo fee includes the cost of master insurance, landscaping and refuse removal. It also includes the price of exterior maintenance, snow removal and road maintenance. Skylights, lofts and airy interiors add a sense of luxury to the units. Residents can enjoy having central air conditioning and heating.
These gorgeous, high-end units feature vaulted ceilings and beautiful landscaping. From the sunken living rooms, it is a step up to the spacious dining rooms. In the kitchens, residents will find blue pearl granite counters and tile floors. Equipped with breakfast bars, the kitchens also include stainless steel appliances. A beautiful loft area overlooks the airy living rooms.
As an added benefit, these units boast of an attached garage for a single car. The entire property is protected through a state-of-the-art security system. Meanwhile, residents can also enjoy having a brick front entry. Through the lovely French doors, residents can access their private patio enclosed by gorgeous plantings.
Some of the townhouses abut a wooded nature area. From these units, residents can relax on their patio and enjoy the tranquility of nature. Residents can use the loft area for an office space or music area. Meanwhile, the sunken living room is an ideal place for entertaining guests. These townhouses include clapboard exteriors and asphalt roofs. Select units have upgraded cabinets, stone tiling in the kitchens and recessed lighting. Ceiling fans can also be found in many units.
From the complex, residents can easily access North Andover Center. The condos are placed just behind Merrimack College. Located within Essex County, Andover was first settled in 1642. From cultural options to top restaurants, residents can enjoy a variety of local amenities.
For artistic options, residents can check out the Addison Gallery of American Art. Located on the Phillips campus, it is open to the public. This area is also home to the second oldest land preservation society in the country. Today, the Andover Village Improvement Society owns 1,100 acres.
For educational options, residents can check out Andover High School or the Greater Lawrence Technical School. The Phillips Academy prep school was originally started in 1778. A range of private and religious schools is also available in the area.
For transportation options, residents can easily reach Interstate 495 and Interstate 93. Route 29, Route 133 and Route 125 are also close to Andover. For public transportation options, residents can check out the Ballardvale and Andover stops. These stations are served by the MBTA Commuter Rail's Haverhill/Reading Line. Using this line, residents can connect to Boston's North Station. While Lawrence Municipal Airport is nearby, the Logan International Airport can be found within 30 miles of the complex. There is also a weekday commuter bus to Boston that runs through Andover.
Originally settled in 1642, Andover has grown significantly since its rural beginnings. Residents fought in the Revolutionary War. Later on, some of their descendants supported the abolitionist movement. In the 1919, the creation of the American Woolen Company's mill helped to transform the village into an industrial community. Over the next century, Andover gradually took on an urban, modern character. Today, it is a popular home for commuters, students and multiple generations of Andover residents.
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