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Ainslie Square, Brand New Modern Homes, Ready for Residents

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Stamford, CT - RMS Companies announces the awaited opening of Ainslie Square, a new residential community in Stamford, CT, offering sixty-two modern single-family homes and townhouses less than three minutes from the pulse of downtown Stamford and two minutes from the Ridgeway Shopping Center. “We are so excited to introduce Ainslie Square to the marketplace,” said Randy Salvatore, the Founder and Chief Executive Officer of RMS Companies. “This type of home product has not been offered in the Stamford area for well over a decade and we are overwhelmed by the positive response we have received to date.”

Opening prices start at $569,000 for three-bedroom townhomes of approximately 1,900 square feet. Single-family homes of approximately 2,500 square feet start at $749,900 and four-bedroom homes of approximately 3,000 square feet with first floor master suites start at $819,900.

Residents will enjoy the modern conveniences of urban living with the pleasantries of suburban life. With a location 46 miles from New York City and less than a mile to the perimeter of downtown Stamford, the opportunities for shopping, dining and socializing are limitless. Ainslie Square offers the luxuries of resort living with the warmth and welcome of a neighborhood and includes a two-story community clubhouse, a gym with state-of-the-art cardio and interactive exercise equipment, a lounge with fireplace, and an outdoor heated swimming pool with a beautifully furnished sundeck.

All homes feature: two-car garages, energy efficient heating and cooling, tankless gas water heaters, vinyl windows with Low E insulated glass, gas range/ovens, curated collections of cabinetries, quartz countertops, stylish and superior plumbing fixtures, durable tile entryways and decorative kitchen and bath tile in clean, classic color palettes. White oak flooring and recessed lighting are featured in the main living areas, stairs and hallways and Shaw carpeting is enjoyed in all bedrooms and finished third floors. All single-family homes include basements which can be finished as an option.

Some single-family home models offer first floor master bedrooms and all master suites offer bathrooms with tile floors, painted white or grey wood vanities, white quartz vanity tops and fully tiled showers with frameless glass doors. Laundry rooms are conveniently located on the same floor as bedrooms.

Ainslie Square will welcome its first single-family home residents later this fall, and the first phase of townhomes will be ready for occupancy in January 2019. Consultations and private tours to view model homes are currently being made by appointment only through the RMS sales office: (203) 324-1590.




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