The principals developing The Ponds at Crown Point, Bob Folsom and Jeff Ewing have been active in real estate development and property management for nearly 35 years. With residential communities located throughout New England, their primary focus in every development has always been creating a lifestyle community where residents can enjoy a carefree, relaxed lifestyle.
After successfully selling out Blanchard Pointe Condominiums, a mixed community of 119 townhomes and single family homes, Bob and Jeff are now developing The Ponds at Crown Point, an adjacent community of 65 single family homes thoughtfully situated on a private drive, located just minutes from shopping, recreation, entertainment and medical offices.
“This maintenance-free, non-age-restricted community provides the perfect opportunity for young couples, growing families and active boomers to enjoy living in new homes at an affordable price,” noted Bob Folsom.
“Our convenient location to major highways, a regional airport and nearby cities like Boston, Manchester and Concord make The Ponds at Crown Point a highly-desirable place to live,” Jeff Ewing added.
A community association for The Ponds at Crown Point provides the means for home owners to live a maintenance-free lifestyle with no concerns for outside maintenance or lawns so they can enjoy the many recreational, cultural and educational attractions in New Hampshire and Massachusetts.
Architect: Gienapp Architects
The homes at The Ponds at Crown Point are designed by Gienapp Architects of Danvers, MA. This 19-year old architectural firm has a proud history of offering a full range of services from site planning to design for commercial and residential properties. Bob and Jeff selected Gienapp Architects to design the homes at The Ponds at Crown Point because of their attention to detail and their extensive experience in all facets of residential design and construction.
With three plans to choose from, the homes at The Ponds at Crown Point feature two bedrooms and two baths with attached garages and optional finished lower levels, some with walk-outs to a patio depending on the location of the home within the community.
“We knew the community would attract buyers of all ages so we wanted to provide some variety in the plans,” noted Gienapp Architect principal Dale GIenapp. “But one feature that would appeal to all buyers was an open living design which is what each floor plan provides,” he added.