Saturday, November 24, 2012

Video of 9 Stephanie Anne Lane | Sterling, Massachusetts real estate & homes - Sterling, Massachusetts is ideally located on Interstate 190, which links Worcester to Leominster.  Town residents are also just minutes from Route 2 and the 495 belt around Boston.  Commuting is easy and convenient. 

Hampton Rhodes is a beautiful, private subdivision of custom built homes in Sterling, Massachusetts. Come see the unique designs and special settings for these lovely homes.
This beautiful area with 120 acres of woods, meadows, and old apple orchards is the site of 50 home sites, some with great views of Mt. Wachusett and east to Boston.
The property is surrounded by over 100 acres of conservation land protecting the Lake. Sterling's neighbor, Princeton, is the home of great skiing at Mt. Wachusett Ski Area.
The homes we have designed and built are unique to the individuals we work with. Some of our designs may suit you, or we would be happy to talk with you about your special plans.
Outstanding designs, careful consideration for the environment, and attention to detail make this home at Hampton Rhodes in Sterling a welcome retreat for the owners.
Sterling, Massachusetts was settled in 1720.  Apple orchards thrived in the fertile soil and apple cider making became an important industry, earning the town the nickname "Appletown".
Perhaps the town's most memorable resident was Mary Sawyer, who, in 1814 was followed to school by one little white lamb.  A visiting student from Harvard Divinity School composed a poem about her.  A statue in tribute sits in the town common, along with other monuments and two stone chairs believed to be Indian artifacts.

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