Turner Hill Breaks Ground On Exceptional New Homes




Photo courtesy of Turner Hill

It’s a new day at Turner Hill, as the residential golf community officially launched a new construction phase to build 53 new homes at a Ground Breaking Ceremony held on Wednesday, October 29th. Ipswich town officials, the development team and special guests gathered in front of Turner Hill’s grand Elizabethan mansion clubhouse as speakers Rose-Marie van Otterloo, Windover Construction’s President and CEO, Lee Dellicker and Brad Horner of Raveis Marketing Group spoke about the new development plans that will continue the evolution of the historic Great Estate community.

Turner Hill’s team of award winning developers, builders, designers, planners and marketers look forward to bringing their visions to life as they set this next phase into motion. Providing the project with quality craftsmanship and an impressive work index, Windover Construction will lead in this new phase of construction through the introduction of four distinctive new product offerings in a variety of home styles and settings. Turner Hill believes that the timing is ideal to continue to enhance the existing residences while providing an unparalleled level of service and amenities for future homeowners. 

“It was a great pleasure to announce that after months of planning, we are have begun construction on an exceptional collection of new homes. It is very rewarding to work alongside the highly skilled professionals that makeup the Turner Hill team. On behalf of everyone involved, we thank all who came out to celebrate this groundbreaking and we look forward to an exciting future at Turner Hill,” stated Lee Dellicker of Windover Construction.

For more information, visit liveturnerhill.com.

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