Highcrest at Meadow Walk offers array of home styles in active 55+ community
Single-level and townhome-style units still available in convenient, easy-living complex
Designed as a 55+ community, Highcrest at Meadow Walk by Pulte Homes, affords its residents more lifestyle and less hassle. “Many of our homeowners found that they were no longer using parts of their homes or maybe didn’t need the big yard anymore. Often the sense of community they used to feel in their current neighborhood has changed overtime as their family make up has changed. What they had loved for years is no longer in sync with their vision of an engaged lifestyle and it’s time for a change for the better. We don’t call that downsizing; we call it Right-Sizing,” says Suzanne McGrath, General Sales Manager, New England Division, Pulte Homes. McGrath explained. “It’s about making the decision that’s right for your life now and simplifying to leave more room for what’s really meaningful”.
We hear time and time again, we wish we had done this sooner!
If you’re ready to make a move to a vibrant, low-maintenance lifestyle, Highcrest at Meadow Walk is for you! Highcrest offers a quite removed neighborhood on the edge of a vibrant planned master community. This is a very hard to find combination of convenience, engaged lifestyle and a serene setting. “We hear time and time again, we wish we had done this sooner!” McGrath.
In the next stage of life, people are not just looking for a home, they’re looking for a lifestyle that reduces the chores of homeownership and leaves more room for fun. “Part of the master community of Meadow Walk, Highcrest homeowners can enjoy the thriving energy and bustle of restaurants and shops.
There is a Whole Foods market easily walkable, as well as, a local gym and a coffee shop. Our homeowners can walk over to the Oak Barrell Tavern for a glass of wine or run over to Whole Foods to grab something for dinner. Residents have access to everything they need within the community, and yet, our homes are in a quiet section, with woodland views or sweeping views of the rest of Meadow Walk” McGrath noted.
On top of that our homeowners feel a sense of belonging and community.
“What’s also unique about Highcrest at Meadow Walk is that our residents enjoy almost an urban lifestyle experience—active and convenient—right in the middle of Sudbury. They can stroll to shops, to the grocery store, or to meet friends. We also have some great walking paths,” McGrath said. Our homes offer the best in single level living. On top of that our homeowners feel a sense of belonging and community.”
One of the nation’s leading developers of residential communities, Pulte Homes chose the desirable Sudbury location for its Highcrest at Meadow Walk property, an age-restricted condominium complex with townhome and single-level style residences. “Sudbury, Massachusetts is a prestigious, Boston suburb. Its roots go back to the Colonial era and the Revolutionary War. Today, Sudbury is recognized as an “A List” location for many reasons, key among those are the short distance to Boston and the countryside quality,” according to McGrath.
To buyers considering a 55+ community, McGrath noted that Highcrest affords an array of home style options. We have 2-bedroom townhome-style properties with 2,000 square feet of living space as well as 5 separate designs for the best in single level living condominiums ranging from 934 square feet up to 1720 square feet, all with the latest in elegant design features, incredible energy efficiency and a 10-year structural warranty.
Our single level condominiums are in a multi-unit building featuring secure access, elevator and optional garage parking, perfect for both full-time residents and those who may travel from time-to-time or seasonally. Every home has a private balcony, and many enjoy wooded views or a view of Meadow Walk, McGrath pointed out, as well as 9-foot-high ceilings, granite or quartz countertops, oversized windows and hardwood flooring. Our homes all have a unique style, some homes have double walk-in closets, some walk-in showers, others with soaker tubs. Corner homes afford views of the landscape and an abundance of natural light from two sides. Price points range from $399,000 for one-bedroom home, up to $859,000 for a townhome. Professional building management, trash, snow removal, and landscaping are all covered by the condominium association fees, providing residents with true “low-maintenance living.”