West Newbury, MA – Cottage Advisors, a family-owned building and design company, recently hosted its First Annual Spring Pocket Park Party on May 15th, 2016, at The Cottages at River Hill, a single family residential community in West Newbury, MA. The party also featured the Grand Opening of the neighborhood’s new Durgin designer model home.
“We were excited to host the First Annual Spring Pocket Park Party here at The Cottages at River Hill, and celebrate together as a community,” said Chip Hall, Senior Vice President of Cottage Advisors. “We’ve created a tremendous social space at the heart of this neighborhood that perfectly captures, and highlights, what it’s like to live in a cottage community. Nestled within a picturesque landscape, the pocket park adds another dimension to our community, giving residents a public space to take in breathtaking views of the rolling countryside, gather together for social events, and enjoy the place they call home.
As construction on the neighborhood nears completion, Cottage Advisors expects interest in the community to remain high. With two homes already sold in the last week, The Cottages at River Hill has only two homes and the new model remaining for reservation.
In addition to the official opening of the pocket park, prospective home buyers toured the community’s new Durgin designer model home. The layout features three bedrooms, two-and-a-half baths, a 1st floor master suite, large kitchen with granite countertops and stainless steel appliances, and up to 2,430 square-feet of living space. The floor plan can be customized to include any combination of the following upgrades: master bath spa package, expanded kitchen/island package, chef’s kitchen, finished lower level with gas fireplace, wide 5″ oak floors, and sunroom.
Located off I-95 and I-495, The Cottages at River Hill perfectly blends the lifestyle of pocket neighborhood living with right-sized homes, modern design, and convenience. Situated on 24-acres of conservation land, each home boasts access to walking trails, close proximity to historic Newburyport, and a short walk to local shops in the West Newbury village.