News : Golf Just One of the Perks: 52 New Homes Being Built at Rockingham Country Club

Jun 17, 2014

Published in Foster's Daily Democrat

By Morgan Palmer

NEWMARKET — The construction to build a community of homes on Newmarket’s Rockingham Country Club is well under way.

According to Jen Chinburg, the marketing director for Chinburg Properties, the Gove Group Real Estate and Chinburg Properties partnered up for the construction of these homes in order to give home buyers the opportunity to live in the up-and-coming town of Newmarket.

“Newmarket is undergoing a transformation with great foresight and planning by the town and the Newmarket Community Development Corporation. Utilities have gone underground and there is a new shine to Main Street,” she said. “It is becoming one of the hottest spots in the region for people who want to combine the amenities of living in a walkable, charming and eclectic downtown with healthy outdoor activities.”

Buyers will be able to purchase a new home in Newmarket just minutes away from other projects where the same home would be 15 percent to 20 percent more. It’s an amazing site, in a great town, in a great location just around the corner to I-95, Portsmouth, and the NH coastline.”

This new community will boast 52 craftsman style homes. They will range in price from $324,900 to the mid $400,000s. The homes will range in size from 1,480 to 2,300 square feet and feature two-story living with floor plans that are specific to the nature of the land. Chinburg Properties has announced although they have chosen specific home plans, they are custom homebuilders, and will allow buyers to customize every aspect of their home.

These new homes will have a host of amenities, including walking trails, access to cross-country skiing and snowshoeing, an open common-park like area, and a full season golf pass to the Rockingham Country Club. The Seacoast Sports Club is located right across the street.

Chinburg, who owns Newmarket Mills Yoga, stated many area residents citizens have a considerable interest in ecology, sustainability and a healthy lifestyle. Chinburg Properties, which owns the Newmarket Mills, is known for trying to have a positive effect on energy use. According to Chinburg, they plan to continue this at their new property.

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