Although “simply exquisite” would aptly describe these homes, once you take a peek inside you will agree that there is nothing “simple” about them. Majestically located in the heart of Newburyport along historic High Street, find the Tenney-Noyes House c.1807. Meticulously restored and renovated, it has been transformed into six townhouse-style units, two of which have already sold. The four remaining homes priced between $589,000 and $725,000, are proudly presented by Cheryl Caldwell of William Raveis Real Estate.

“The developer and general contractor spent over 18 months transforming the multi-unit apartment building into four stunning units in the main house and two brand new construction townhomes to the rear of the building,” says the Realtor. “Though all of the units offer the best of in-town living with the amenities and finishes to please even the most discerning buyer, each home brings a different configuration.”

Despite their individuality, every 2-3 bedroom unit will boast bright open floor plans, spacious living rooms with gas fireplaces and 9’ ceilings, hardwood flooring, detailed moldings and wainscoting, and gourmet kitchens enriched with bright white cabinetry, granite counters and stainless steel appliances. Additional enhancements include custom designer baths, mahogany decks, two to three-car off-street parking spaces, and separate storage rooms.

While all are inarguably well-appointed, each home has a unique spin. For example, some of the features that differentiate one from the other include a sun porch with private entrance, lower level family rooms, and restored antique windows.

Ranging from 1,555 to 2,400 square feet, these pet-friendly homes put you within minutes of eclectic shopping and dining, Plum Island, the commuter rail, and all major routes. A minimal monthly association fee assures that you will never have the need to touch a lawn mower or snow shovel again.

“Aside from the unsurpassed quality construction and design, one of the biggest draws is that you are two blocks from downtown and among all of these stately ship captains’ homes,” says Caldwell. “You won’t find a more centrally located spot to enjoy the best that Newburyport has to offer.”

For more information, or to schedule a private viewing, call Cheryl Caldwell at 978-609-1041 or visit her website at: or .