Direct Oceanfront in Massachusetts

Sophistication abounds in this property, which has sweeping views over all of Plum Island sound and the Atlantic Ocean in Ipswich, Massachusetts. With this direct oceanfront property, you can step down to the beach into a boaters and swimmers paradise, which features a deep water channel for mooring. 

Inside features include soaring columns, cathedral ceilings, a marble fireplace, Brazilian hardwood floors, Venetian tile kitchen countertops, and a tremendous amount of glass to enjoy the views and natural light. 

The master bedroom suite has a private deck and tile bath with whirlpool tub overlooking the water.

The property is listed for $1.495 by Andrea Osbon of Churchill Properties. Escape from the city into your own sanctuary just 33 miles North of Boston.

Churchill Properties was recently featured in Unique Homes Ultimate 2020. Click here to view this year’s edition!

This newly constructed shingle-style home on coveted Smith’s Point in Manchester by the Sea, Massachusetts, is strategically set on 3-plus acres.

The property has been artfully designed to provide magnificent water views from all major rooms. The home is exceptionally well-appointed with soaring ceilings, crown moldings, wainscoting, and hardwood floors throughout. The sprawling entry way leads to an open floor plan that allows for sophisticated and comfortable entertaining — highlighted by an exquisitely appointed kitchen. The master suite has stunning views, a barrel ceiling, a luxurious marble bath/spa, dressing room, and sitting area for relaxed enjoyment.

Other amenities include a guest suite, service pantry, a three-story elevator and a heated three-car garage with an inclusive mud room. Plans for a dock have been started. The property, listed for $5.95 million by Anthony Bullock IV of Churchhill Properties, is a short walk to Singing Beach, one of the top ten beaches in the U.S., and to downtown.

 

Churchill Properties originally appeared as an Elite company in the Unique Homes Spring ’20: Elite edition

Heather Stewart Kaznoski and Mary Stewart:

Offering Integrity, Trust and Consistent Communication

Representing home buyers and sellers in Marblehead, Massachusetts and the surrounding North Shore communities, Heather and Mary (Coldwell Banker Residential Real Estate Agents) bring over 60-plus years of real estate experience.

They are trustworthy negotiators offering a high level of service, consistent communication, integrity and trust. Heather and Mary are well known in the real estate industry and have long-standing relationships —  not only with loyal clients, but with fellow agents, attorneys, and lenders — which ensures that your sales transaction will have a successful and positive conclusion. 

 

Heather Stewart Kaznoski and Mary Stewart originally appeared as Elite agents in the Unique Homes Spring ’20: Elite edition

On 4.4 acres on a pristine hilltop in Beverly, Massachusetts, this stunning 6,000-square-foot Colonial revival is surrounded by manicured lawns, meadows, extensive gardens and stone patios.

The home features six bedrooms, three full and two half baths, four wood-burning fireplaces, and many Victorian-era architectural details, including detailed moldings and plaster ceiling medallions. Additionally, the wraparound covered porches are a perfect gathering spot overlooking the outdoor garden spaces

“This home is elegant, but not overly formal,” says Patricia White of Century 21 North East who is listing the property for $2.299 million. “It has a feel for a country estate with accessibility of a neighborhood home — perfect for a growing family.”

Churchill Properties

123 Brimbal Ave, Beverly, MA | 122 Main Street, Suite 4, Gloucester, MA | 49 Union Street, Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA | 169 Bay Road, Hamilton, MA 01982

1.833.MOVING.9 | www.churchillprop.com

Churchill Properties is a full service residential real estate firm offering excellence in brokerage services to Boston’s North Shore communities through our offices located in Manchester-by-the-Sea and Hamilton, Mass.  We are members of the elite Leading Real Estate Companies of the World network including 4100 offices and 130,000 agents in 65 countries worldwide. Our unique marketing and sales program utilizes multiple media channels and promotional activities including:

 

Featured Property: Annisquam, MA

The Stage Cove House is a direct waterfront property in Annisquam Village, just steps to the Cambridge Beach, including a private dock. Sweeping views over Wingaesheek Beach and the Annisquam Yacht Club. $2,500,000. 

 

 

Churchill Properties originally appeared as an Elite company in Unique Homes Spring ’19: Elite edition. See the ad here.

Massachusetts continues to attract settlement, centuries after drawing its first dwellers.

 

By Kristen Ordonez

 

Much like the early pilgrims who ventured across the ocean to towns like Plymouth, Massachusetts, homebuyers can find the journey to settle in a new home to be an arduous one. From the historic, scholarly cities of Boston and Wellesley to the island region of Nantucket, luxury agents are helping buyers discover the growing real estate prospects within Massachusetts.

 

Within the metropolitan areas of the state, including towns like Wellesley, Weston, Dover and Needham, businesses are the main attractions bringing people to the Metrowest section of Boston.

 

“This region has the largest amount of biotechnology companies in the country, in addition to superior healthcare, highly ranked hospitals, colleges and university,” according to Joni Shore and Jon Shore of Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage in Wellesley.

 

Plus, colleges like Wellesley offer cultural events, lectures and opportunities, as well as the acclaimed Davis Museum. The Shore team notes that its clients come from all around the world looking for this type of access to culture. “The highly ranked schools and universities are a draw to the area,” says the duo. “Often families who send their children to school in the area prefer to invest in real estate.” These investments tend to be in new or updated homes with technological and sustainable living qualities. Homes like these at the top of the market are usually priced much higher than other suburban areas, with the highest listing at $18.5 million.

Sold for $4,000,000

Sold for $4,150,000

Sold for $5,770,700

Apart from the collegiate neighborhoods, the coastal regions of Massachusetts have their own enticing attributes that attract homebuyers, specifically outdoor living and recreation. Whether buyers prefer sailing around the bay or fishing in the ocean or lake, real estate along the water perpetuates both luxurious comfort and relaxed entertainment.

 

“When living on the South Shore you experience life as if you are on vacation 12 months a year but without vacation traffic,” says Liz Bone of MacDonald & Wood Sotheby’s International Realty, who works primarily within cities like Duxbury, Marshfield and Pembrok. This staycation-style of living is ideal for the market, Bone says, as it has brought a more diverse demographic of buyers to the region. “I find that we are being discovered every day and when someone drives through our quaint communities, each community offers a different experience and appeal,” she notes.

 

In terms of pricing, Bone adds that though each community differs, generally homes below $500,000 are bought by first-time buyers, while properties sold at $900,000 are bought by people moving west from the city areas. “[They] find that you can purchase more for your money the further south you travel away from the bustle of Boston,” says Bone.

 

Outdoor amenities and resort-style living dominate Nantucket Island, a premier resort area of New England, which attracts a wide international market, according to Gary Winn of Maury People Sotheby’s International Realty. “Each area on Nantucket has its own distinct and different market and price points,” says Winn, who notes the market offers a variety of properties within a larger spectrum of price points. For example, a beautiful house with a guest cottage, pool and cabana in the highly sought-after Cliff area can be available for about $8 million, which is quite low compared to other top Nantucket properties priced at around $30 million.

 

Photos courtesy of Gary Winn

Churchill Properties

49 Union Street, Manchester-by-the-Sea, MA 01944 | 169 Bay Road, Hamilton, MA 01982
1.833.MOVING.9 | www.churchillprop.com
Churchill Properties is a full service residential real estate firm offering excellence in brokerage services to Boston’s North Shore communities through our offices located in Manchester-by-the-Sea and Hamilton, Mass.  We are members of the elite Leading Real Estate Companies of the World network including 4100 offices and 130,000 agents in 65 countries worldwide. Our unique marketing and sales program utilizes multiple media channels and promotional activities including:

Featured Listing by Churchill Properties

MANCHESTER-BY-THE-SEA, MASSACHUSETTS

Owl’s Nest

Owl’s Nest is a grand residence set on 4.7 acres, with commanding ocean views. Magnificently renovated, this residence has spacious rooms with high ceilings and spectacular original details including finely carved mantelpieces over each of the 6 fireplaces.

$3,700,000.

 

Churchill Properties originally appeared as an Elite company in the Unique Homes Spring ’18: Elite edition. See the page here.

With leasing and construction progressing swiftly at Greater Boston’s newest waterfront development, the property’s North Building is over 65 percent leased.

Hines, developer of Meriel Marina Bay, the newest and most dynamic luxury waterfront apartment community in Greater Boston, has announced the launch of leasing for the South Building portion of the development with immediate move-ins available. The South Building features the remaining 163 units of the project’s 352 luxury apartments. Leasing at Meriel Marina Bay is progressing at a steady rate, with the North Building over 65 percent leased.
Located on a scenic seaside peninsula just a few miles south of Boston, Meriel Marina Bay is a mixed-use development comprised of two, 5-story buildings. The development includes garage parking, approximately 20,000 square feet of premier ground-level retail space, a newly-completed extension to the Marina Bay Boardwalk, four elevated courtyards and over 10,000 square feet of diverse amenity offerings housed in both the North and South Buildings.
The South Building’s interior amenities include a state-of-the-art fitness center, a club room with lounge seating and a catering kitchen, a private conference room, and indoor bike, paddleboard and kayak storage. All Meriel Marina Bay residents will have access to amenities in both the North and South Buildings including an extensive array of outdoor areas for residents to entertain and unwind, including three courtyards overlooking the marina that are equipped with a heated outdoor pool, outdoor kitchens, numerous barbecue grills, wet bars, fire pits and deck swings.
Meriel Marina Bay is pet-friendly community that offers residents a range of activities to enjoy with man’s best friend. Take advantage of Squantum Point Park, located directly adjacent to the property, serving as an added neighborhood amenity that welcomes pets and features a two-mile Riverwalk trail. Pets will also be pampered at Meriel Marina Bay with the fully equipped Bark ‘n’ Bubbles pet spa located within the South Building.
“Meriel Marina Bay’s North Building is seeing a fantastic response from renters attracted to the property’s extraordinary views and easy access to Downtown Boston, and we are confident that leasing will continue at a strong pace with the release of the South Building,” said Sean Sacks, director at Hines. “The launch of this next phase is a key milestone for the project and the continued evolution of the Marina Bay community.”
Featuring a wide variety of thoughtfully designed layouts including studios, 1-, 2- and 3-bedroom homes, the apartments at Meriel Marina Bay offer breathtaking views of the Boston skyline and Boston Harbor.
Each home includes spacious open layouts with oversized windows and wide plank flooring throughout the main living areas. Bright kitchens feature stainless-steel appliances, center islands with breakfast bars, quartz countertops and European-style soft-close cabinets. Apartments also include large walk-in closets, soaking tubs, walk-in showers, and a full-size washer and dryer. Most apartments also feature oversized balconies or private patios.

Meriel Marina Bay is move-in ready and features a wide assortment of apartment homes ranging from around $2,100 to $4,600 per month.

Photos courtesy of Meriel Marina Bay

A fantastic escape from a long day at work, Bell Olmsted Park is located across the street from Olmsted Park, a gorgeous public park with a beautiful serene pond — definitely a favorite for locals.

Bell Olmsted Park is a LEED Silver luxury community, with 196 beautifully designed apartment homes in an ideal Boston location. The community is comprised of a 5-story building, two elevated courtyards, and both surface and garage parking facilities.
Featuring a mix of luxury apartment living, verdant green spaces and vibrant city streets, Bell Olmsted Park offers residents bright and spacious studio, 1-, 2-, and 3-bedroom homes. Amenities include a coffee lounge, pool and sun deck, state-of-the-art fitness center, resident lounge, private dining room, bike storage, full-service concierge and more. There is more than 23,000 square feet of space devoted to resident amenities.

Bell Olmsted Park is a leading residential community based in Jamaica Plain that offers best-in-class service and amenities to its residents, along with direct access to Boston’s Longwood Medical Area via the nearby MBTA Green line,” said Evan Pires, the regional manager for Bell Partners, Inc.
Adjacent to Metro Boston Transit Authority trains and buses, Bell Olmsted Park’s location provides distinct advantages to its residents. “The building is situated in a vibrant neighborhood, with nearby dining, retail and entertainment options only steps away, and Brookline Village shops just minutes away,” Pires said. “Residents can also take advantage of one of the most beautiful parks in New England, Olmsted Park.”

Prices range from $2,440 to $6,050.

Photos courtesy of Bell Olmsted Park

New York Designer, Glen Coben has completed the re-design of the Boston-based Ames Boston Hotel, spearheading the design of the hotel’s lobby, The Library and Cultivar restaurant.

The revitalized 15-story, 114-suite Ames Boston Hotel merges the past, present and future, offering a blend of modern style and old-world sophistication. Glen blended his designs with the many preserved, original features of the hotel, including the lobby’s tiled mosaic arched ceiling and a marble staircase that runs from the first floor to the roof.
The renovated lobby features sleek new check-in stations and a casual seating area accented by warmly-toned wood shelving and trim pieces. Adjacent to the revamped entryway is The Library, which boasts the same eye-catching, mid-century design scheme that begins in the lobby and serves as communal workspace.

The 114 guestrooms incorporate modern and timeless elements with a refreshed chic color palette that evokes a sense of calm and peace.
Glen’s design for Cultivar, an upscale restaurant, was inspired by Chef Mary Dumont’s vision of cuisine. Located on the ground floor of the hotel, Glen designed the 88-seat dining room to combine natural-rustic materials with an upscale, refined aesthetic, to reflect Dumont’s modern garden culinary approach.

Beginning with the hydroponic Freight Farms garden on the 55-seat outdoor patio, horticulture pervades the décor throughout with tree branch-inspired chandeliers and wooden butcher block tabletops.
The 12-seat bar features a long slab of live-edge wood and custom black steel sculpture by Ray Ciemny, entitled “Swarm of Bees.” Upstairs, Cultivar’s 90-seat private dining space can be divided into two distinct rooms, accommodating up to 140 standing guests.

Photos courtesy of Galdones Photography and VRX studios inc.

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