Chris was a pleasure to work with! We felt we had his full attention, and he listened to what we were looking for and took the time to show us a number of properties on the computer before actually heading out to look at some. In the negotiations he could not have been more helpful. He was always responsive and made us feel comfortable calling him at any time with questions.
The Aland Realty Group also markets its own residential and commercial development projects. Preview our current projects below!
Stonecrop Farm, Eliot, Maine
Stonecrop Farm in Eliot was carved from what was once wilderness Maine. Its name undoubtedly came from the wry expression that early settlers used to describe the rocky soils. But with typical Yankee ingenuity they made a positive out of the rocky “crop” by turning it into the iconic stone walls that formed the pastures and fields of their farms and homesteads. Steve and Donna Towne, who purchased a part of the old farm, were moved by the historical significance of the property. They carefully laid out the boundaries for a six-lot cluster of homes using the natural stone wall boundaries and inherent land characteristics that themselves dictated appropriate and best homesites.
The Stonecrop Farm community will be designed and built by Connor Mill-Built Homes, whose reputation for designing homes and milling exquisitely accurate historic architectural detailing is known throughout the Northeast and beyond. The development features a unique collection of homes with the common attribute of architectural beauty borrowed from the best architectural examples in history, mixed with the best refinements and efficiencies of today’s building technology.
The homes presently chosen for each lot have been selected for their historically inspired beauty and appropriateness for each lot. Each of the homes can be modified or even completely re-designed should a client prefer a different plan or historic style. The present property owners have final architectural control so as to ensure that the lifestyle built around timeless architecture and place is preserved and honored.
Contact Listing Broker Chris Erikson to learn more: 603-930-4470 | [email protected]
173-175 Market Street
Located between Market & Ceres Street, the Granary Portsmouth is a mixed-use project comprised of 6 luxury residential condominiums and 5-6 street-level commercial spaces.
The residences at the Granary offer distinguished, luxury living in the heart of downtown Portsmouth. The exquisite design was carefully tailored to honor & preserve the historical significance of the Old Portsmouth waterfront. The timeless restoration and expansion upon this cherished historical property is the essence of what makes living in downtown Portsmouth so special. The Granary bears its name in honor of its past use as a grain storage facility for the Frank Jones Brewery. Over three years of planning was spent consulting with Historical committees, experts & architects to seamlessly integrate the project within one of Portsmouth’s most cherished historical neighborhoods. The Granary is comprised of the restored 19th century historic building and the attached complimentary new construction. Each building holds its own architectural identity & significance but ultimately functions as one. Each condo unit features a large, open floorplan that highlights the sweeping views of the Piscataqua River and Memorial Bridge. Each residential unit features one-level living and runs front to back with frontage along Historic Market St and the beautiful Portsmouth waterfront. Generous allowances offer an unprecedented array of high-end customization options. Some additional features of the building include:
- Private, heated garage with access on Ceres St
- Large, private balconies along the water.
- Customizable floor plans
- Private residential elevator with direct access into unit
- Dual, private residential access areas on Market & Ceres St.
- Individual, private storage units in garage level
- Many more luxury finishes & details available.
Click below to be taken to The Granary’s website and enjoy some photos of what the building exterior will look like when finished as well as some examples of interior finishing options.