There’s plenty to do this summer at Pheasant Run Apartments in Nashua, NH! These beautiful one and two bedroom apartment homes are right across the street from the Pheasant Lane Mall! Spend your weekends shopping, relaxing by our pool and heading to dinner at one of MANY local restaurants on the DW Highway!
Less than one half mile from the Massachusetts border, this location is perfect for commuters heading towards Lowell, Burlington and Boston. Pheasant Run is a beautifully landscaped community nestled on 15 wooded acres in one of the most desirable Nashua neighborhoods. Pets are welcome (breed restrictions do apply) and we also offer furnished options if needed!
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Holmes Beverly has it all – rich color palettes, top of the line finishes, carefully thought out floor plans and water views too!
Your new apartment home comes with an unrivaled amenity package including a cozy library with fireplace, telecommuting office, pet spa, state-of-the-art fitness center, flexible club room and roof deck.
Experience the convenience, vibrancy and excitement of city living just outside your doorstep. The Holmes Beverly is walkable to shops, dining, beaches, music, art & theater. It’s one of the most commute friendly locations on the North Shore – with 72 trains to Boston every weekday, just steps from your front door.
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High-end finishes, 9+ foot ceilings and one or two bedroom floor plans await you at Mill & 3 Apartment Homes in Chelmsford, MA! This new construction property consists of 3 three-story buildings with direct access garage parking and a first class clubhouse.
Work up a sweat in the clubhouse fitness center and enjoy relaxing by the pristine outdoor pool.
The apartments feature two-toned kitchen cabinets and granite counter tops, glass tile backsplashes, luxury plank flooring in living areas and kitchens, washers and dryers, 9+ foot ceilings, walk-in closets, patios or balconies, and dining areas in select units. Visit our website to view floor plans, our photo gallery and more.
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This time of the year things start to get a little crazy. Did you remember to get the stuffing? Are there enough place settings for everyone? What’s the best route to beat the holiday traffic? Which Black Friday deals do you want? The list seems endless. But despite the hectic schedule, most of us have our own traditions that we look forward to year after year. We asked a few Princeton employees to share some of their Thanksgiving traditions.
We always invite someone that is not part of the family, a close friend or even just an acquaintance that does not have family close by. We get to know them and welcome them to our home. The tradition started with my Nana and we have met so many amazing people because of it. Plus sweet potatoes with marshmallows. No matter where we go, no matter who we are with it is a must have.Christina
This will be the 10th year I run the Feaster Five in Andover on Thanksgiving morning. (And the 5th time i’ll run it in a spandex santa suit)Elan
We have been raising our own turkeys for almost 20 years. We always cook the biggest one on Thanksgiving for our family/friends. The biggest one we ever cooked was 46 pounds! That was an interesting year!Charlene
We go Black Friday shopping. We jump in line – usually close to 11pm and then wait until 1am when the store opens. Then we pretty much shop all night, have breakfast at a local diner and then go home to bed, usually sometime after 8am. After doing this for so many years, it is now not so much about the actual “shopping” but the experience itself. Last year, the guy in front of us was teaching us how to “Salsa” while we were in line!Sheri
We will be in Louisiana where Thanksgiving dinner includes cornbread dressing in a casserole dish and almost no one puts stuffing in the turkey. Then the argument is whether cornbread dressing should include sage. My sister in law says yes (Texas people!) though my grandmother would have never, ever added it.Claire
I will be cooking for the extended family. Turkey, plus all the traditional New England trimmings. I really enjoy cooking, baking and entertaining…but the real tradition is taking the family picture and espresso martini’s. Hopefully not all at once. I’m sure the pilgrims didn’t have Espresso Vodka, but it’s a staple when my family comes to visit!Jayne
What is a tradition that you look forward to every year?