320 Newbury Street
The Hathorne Green Condominiums enjoy a location close to a variety of services in Danvers. Situated in a wooded enclave near the Route 62 and State Highway (Route) 1 interchange, they lie immediately south of the Danvers campus of North Shore Community College, and within walking distance of many amenities. These 68 townhomes cluster together in attached residences in buildings aligning a circular roadway.
Developers constructed the wood frame Hathorne Green condos in 1982. Today this fully developed complex includes both condos, and rental units. Buildings in the development display asphalt and fiberglass shingle roofs. The exteriors of these attractive, nicely landscaped two-story townhomes maintain uniform color combinations, with a preponderance of earth-toned reds and beiges. Many units display brick masonry facades, beige vinyl siding, and color-coordinated red shutters.
These buildings sit amidst green lawns and landscaping. Small stone retaining walls mark the curbs of some buildings on slopes. Decorative exterior lighting provides illumination after dark in this residential community.
In addition to proximity to services, this condo development supplies an in-ground swimming pool. It operates during the summer months. Residents also enjoy direct highway 1 access. The highway offers a convenient direct route into the downtown Boston area to the south, and rapid access to coastal Newburyport and the Atlantic Ocean coastline to the north.
Live in a Professionally Managed Community
A full-time property management company overseas this development on behalf of the condo management association. The homes in this location maintain a townhome design of multiple levels, with individualized floor plans and dimensions. They range in size from 1,200 square feet to 2,400 square feet. Most units offer two bedrooms and at least 1.5 baths, although some include multiple full baths.
The interiors of these properties boast elegant wood flooring. They also offer generous built-in closets, stainless steel appliances, and breakfast bars. These units furnish hook ups for laundry appliances. The condos also include energy efficient windows and doors, as well as storm doors.
During 2017, the condo association HOA fee reportedly varied from $400 to $515. The fee covers exterior maintenance, water, sewer, master insurance, refuse removal, snow removal, and swimming pool maintenance. Some Danvers amenities lie within commuting distance of this site, including a golf course and medical facilities.
A number of retail businesses operate within a mile of this location, including grocery stores and restaurants. A large shopping center stands on the other sides of the highway. Within the local area, residents access public transit and a variety of services.
This residential community lies within 1.8 miles of Danvers High School. Parents here can send their youngsters to public schools entirely within the City of Danvers. Additionally, some private schools serve students within this region of Massachusetts.