Is the Subdivision Half Full or Empty? Maplewood Estates Reaches 50 Percent Mark
Friday March 28, 2014
Maplewood Estates, a subdivision located in Rockland, Mass., recently sold its 36th home. That officially represents 50 percent of the proposed 72 homes for the subdivision.
So, the question stands, “is the subdivision half full or half empty?”
“Half full, without a doubt. Especially when you consider we began building right on the heels of the recession in 2008,” said Rami Itani, business manager for Stonebridge Homes, the builder for Maplewood Estates. “With the dwindling inventories of new homes in the area and this long winter finally coming to an end, we anticipate a lot of activity this spring. At some point soon, we might even be full.”
Located off Webster Street in Rockland, Maplewood Estates offers a rural wooded setting with easy access to major highways and is situated fairly close to Rockland’s brand new middle school and renovated high school. Set on 30 acres of natural wooded land, Maplewood Estates offers 15 home models to meet the needs of everyone from empty nesters to young families, singles to blended families. Each model features quality construction and luxurious amenities.
Prices for homes at Maplewood Estates start at $399,000 and model homes are available for tours, Monday through Friday, by appointment. Maplewood Estates hosts open houses on Saturdays and Sundays, 1pm to 4pm. Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Norwell is the official realtor for Maplewood Estates. You can schedule a tour or request more information by contacting Nancy Kleber at 781-659-7955 or Nancy.Kleber@NEMoves.com.
Interested parties can also get more information, including plans, by visiting our website.