‘Game of Thrones’ Themed Subdivision Coming Soon

‘Game of Thrones’ Themed Subdivision Coming Soon

Keystone Property Group is bringing a little piece of the “Game of Thrones” world to Seekonk, Mass.

The real estate service has introduced Winterfell, an 11-lot subdivision located on Lannister Lane. While the TecHome team isn’t a big fan of the Lannister family as a whole, we are pretty excited to learn about this development.

Homeowners in this subdivision will not have to put up with antiquated amenities, unlike characters in the popular HBO series. The homes will have granite counters, a master suite with a walk-in closet, hardwood floors and a two-car garage. For tech features, central air, a dishwasher, washing machine, dryer, microwave, range oven, refrigerator and a fireplace will be available.

Winterfell, an 11-lot subdivision, will have homes ready to be filled in six months.
Winterfell, an 11-lot subdivision, will have homes ready to be filled in six months.

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“As far as technology or amenities go, these homes are really going to be built to suit the buyers, so each one will be different depending on what the buyers want and their price ranges,” says Jodi Hedrick, owner and broker of Keystone Property Group. 

This single-family home plan on Lannister Lane in Winterfell is on the market for $449,000.
This single-family home plan on Lannister Lane in Winterfell is on the market for $449,000.

She and the engineers are big fans of the “Game of Thrones” show as well.

Locals can expect to see homes in Winterfell completed in about six months. Various plans are available, and clients will have the ability to work with the builder and design their own house.

Available properties listed on Keystone’s website start at $145,000 for lots and $425,000 for home packages. Home size ranges from 1,800-square-feet to 2,123-square-feet. So far, one lot has been sold while other sales are pending.

About The Author

Kelly Mello is a TecHome Builder Staff Writer, creating timely, investigative articles for its eMagazine and Special Reports. She graduated from the University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in English: Communications & Rhetoric. She began her writing career in 2007 as editorial assistant for GateHouse Media. From 2010 to 2013, she was local editor for various Patch sites, including Norton.Patch.com.

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