The Kitchens of Flynn Terrace

Amazing the transformations that can occur in these Flynn Terrace units even during my two hour open house… Check out the kitchens in Units 24, 23, & 22.

Unit 24 – Buyers reserved their unit early and got to choose cabinets, flooring, granite, and appliances.  They did a great job!


Unit 23 – Builder put together this kitchen. Darker stained cabinets, silver gray tile floor, warm granite, and tile backsplash with glass accent.

Unit 21 – Buyer of this end unit selected an off white cabinet with caramel colored glaze and continued the wood floors into her kitchen. Granite templates were done yesterday so counter tops should be coming soon!!
Unit 21

No lights yet in Units 21 & 23 so photos don’t really highlight the true beauty of these kitchens. However, they are easy to show if you’d like to check them out in person!

Just give a little notice, I am usually not too far away. Best way to reach me is my cell 508-930-5259 (call or text, either is fine!). (And don’t worry, Unit 22 has not been forgotten. Floors are going in with cabinets to follow soon!)
If you happen to prefer a single family home, drop my Open House at 1158 Park Street in Attleboro Sunday (Dec 21)  from 11am-1pm.  Look for signs on Park Street about a half mile from LaSallette, home is then down the private way with three other homes.  Tucked away on a half acre lot, this quality built new home is Up & Ready and a pleasure to show!

Jen McMorran Jen McMorran, Realtor
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