Londonderry on the Tred Avon has announced the groundbreaking for six new homesites. These homesites will have larger cottages. All of these new cottages have water access and are located near the Manor House on the Londonderry campus. The 1683 square-foot one-story cottages, designed by local architect Christine Dayton, start at $425,000. The largest model, The Royal Oak, boasts over 3,000 square feet. Each cottage includes a garage and can be customized by the buyer to include such options a bonus room, sunroom, or a second story.
According to Rachel Smith, New Director of Sales and Marketing at Londonderry on the Tred Avon, “We have been at 100 percent occupancy throughout our community since the spring. We are so excited to break ground in the next few weeks. This will give us the capability to offer new options for homebuyers coming to Londonderry.”
J.E. Cahall, LLC, is the general contractor for building the new cottages. The company has been in business in Easton since 1999 and most recently completed the renovations on Londonderry’s existing cottages and its Community Center. J.E. Cahall will also provide the renovations to the Londonderry Manor House which suffered damages when it was struck by lightning this spring.
Cahall adds, “We are using quality materials with this project provided by all Eastern Shore companies, including the Roof Center and ProBuild, with whom we are pleased to collaborate. It is a way for us to give back to our community.”
Eric Cahall, the owner of J.E. Cahall, LLC, comments, “I was born and raised in Easton and it means a lot to me to be able to work on a project that offers community members here a place to retire.”
Potential buyers can visit Londonderry’s Design Studio in its Marketing Office to learn more about the new cottages. For further information or to make an appointment, call Rachel Smith at Londonderry on the Tred Avon at 410-820-8732.
Londonderry on the Tred Avon Easton, MD is a cooperative retirement community. Cooperative senior housing is a unique option for seniors seeking a retirement lifestyle while maintaining control over their investment. There are 98 nationwide and only two in Maryland.