Redbrook -- Eco-friendly Plymouth Community

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For the enjoyment of an eco-friendly, planned community, make your own plans to explore the many offerings of Redbrook in Plymouth. This newer construction community will eventually make way for around 1,200 residential units, built up in several neighborhoods surrounding a village green.

While Redbrook itself is about 1,400 acres in size, only around a quarter of the site is actually being developed. The rest will stay as a natural area, providing plenty of room for residents to enjoy things like fishing, kayaking, swimming, biking and hiking.

This gives you the option to spend your free time exploring the woods and meadows, the rivers or the ponds of Redbrook. Promoted as a reimagined, New England village, Redbrook also consists of a Meeting House and a YMCA, retail shops and a community garden.

Filled with nearby conveniences and community services, Redbrook also brings in social clubs and a year-round calendar of planned events and celebrations. Its added features and natural charm are just part of the reason people are moving to Redbrook.

Along with your choice in single-family homes, Redbrook also offers detached condos, townhomes, twin homes, and tens of thousands of square feet of commercial space. Generally including two- to four-bedrooms, the single-family homes of Redbrook come in both single-story and two-story designs.

Buyers have their choice of several different ranch, cottage-style and country farmhouse designs. Common features of the homes of Redbrook include open floorplans with walk-in closets and gourmet kitchens.

You will also find some homes with high ceilings, fireplaces and hardwood floors. While some of the homes come with full basements, there are also some walk-out plans available for buyers to consider in Redbrook.

There are additionally some townhomes with two-bedrooms and an attached two-car garage. Some of the townhomes also include a study. You’ll find the community of Redbrook in Plymouth, located about an hour from Boston and Providence.

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