Among the many options for active adult communities in Southern New Hampshire, Black Rocks Village in Fremont stands out for its astonishing rural location on 91 serene acres, impressive design and amazing affordability — Construction Phase III now available starting at just $169,900.
Black Rocks Village is a welcoming new neighborhood designed for residents aged 55-and-older that are ready to be free of exterior home maintenance, snow shoveling and lawn mowing. The wonderful new homes offer a carefree lifestyle for empty nesters that have earned the pleasures of all new construction and are ready to enjoy life.
Built and marketed by Lewis Builders, a local family business celebrating 55+ years of building quality homes and superb customer service, Black Rocks Village offers outstanding amenities with garages, one-floor living, two baths, central air conditioning, efficient gas heat, gas-log fireplaces, interior fire sprinklers, carefree siding, tons of storage, a community center, paved sidewalks and wooded walking trails and a community garden area for residents with a green thumb. It is an attractive and inviting community where residents enjoy leisurely walks and greet their neighbors and no one worries about lawn care, yard work or digging out their car in winter. The neighborhood association provides all the exterior maintenance and even snow-shoveling right to the front door in winter.
Entering the model home it is easy to see why 15 new homes were sold last year. The bright interior offers cathedral ceilings, an open floor plan and a fabulous kitchen and breakfast bar with an open view to the living room.
The living room features high ceilings, a corner fireplace with a handsome classic mantelpiece, and sliding glass doors leading out to a private deck for easy indoor/outdoor living. A solar tube that provides natural light is just one of the many details that Lewis Builders incorporates that make these new homes so special. And buyers may choose from the many options available to personalize or customize their new home.
The eat-in kitchen is equally attractive and functional. A beautiful bay window provides a sunny spot for a table and chairs. The maple hardwood cabinets, in a soft fawn tone, feature an impressive mix of solid and glass doors to create visual texture while also providing great storage and display options. And, the breakfast bar works well for casual meals or entertaining.