This is a multi-generational, mixed neighborhood of 14 new luxurious homes just a few blocks from the beach yet close enough to Boston for an easy commute,” says McGuirk. “The development was built with the intention of appealing to all sorts of buyers, whether you’re looking to downsize, need more room for a growing or extended family, or simply want less work to do around the house.”
While varying in style and design, all of the homes here feature wide open flexible floor plans with three or four bedrooms and high-end extras, including hardwood flooring, soaring ceilings, crown moldings, gourmet kitchens with stainless and granite, gas fireplaces and two-car garages. In addition to the long list of standard amenities, these homes can also easily be customized to meet the personal tastes of the prospective buyer with upgrades such as additional fireplaces, oversized kitchen islands and finished basements for added recreational space.
Aside from the obvious aesthetic appeal of the houses themselves, the overall design of this charming community is exciting. Designed to fit in well with the look and feel of the surrounding streets, this close-knit neighborhood boasts wide sidewalks, street lamps and welcoming farmer’s porches. Atlantic Crossing offers all that but with a refreshingly modern twist.