Water Pointe Condominiums

A luxurious, active lifestyle located on a quite village island retreat. Welcome to Water Pointe, a 60-unit condominium building on the shore of Morse Pond in Queset Commons, a budding, contemporary Village in Historic Easton, Massachusetts, some 25-miles from downtown Boston.

WELCOMING RESIDENTS IN
SPRING 2018

8 Island Court, South Easton, MA 02375

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508-230-8000

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Built To Enjoy, Built To Last

At Water Pointe, no matter which of the five model homes you choose, you're assured of the ultimate in quality construction, appointments and amenities.

City-Like Luxury
Amenities in a Modern
Country Village

Model Homes from 1,500 to 2,800 SF

1-, 2- and 3-bedroom, one-floor units

1.5, 2, 2.5, 3 or 3.5 baths

Private Entrances

Sound Insulation for complete privacy

Hardwood and ceramic tile floors

10-foot ceilings

Crown Molding

Fireplace

Premium Cabinets

Stainless Steel Appliances

Granite Counter Top

Secure Entry

Secure Underground Parking

Community Function Room

Fitness Room

Walking Biking Trails

24-Hour Management and Maintenance

High-Quality Construction & Materials

Water Pointe’s residences are built to last, with a close eye to detail and using the highest-quality methods, materials and craftsmanship, yet at prices far below those you’d spend on luxury residences in Boston’s most prestigious neighborhoods. From what you can see – the wood, tile flooring, cabinetry, crown molding, and locks and hinges – to what you don’t – premium sound-deadening insulation, fire safety design and systems, and energy-efficient materials – your Water Pointe home will surround you with durability, visual appeal and comfort for many, many years.

EASTON LOCAL INSPECTOR & CHIEF BUILDING OFFICER | PAUL DEBAGGIS

“The quality of the new, sixty-unit [Water Pointe] condominium building at 8 Island Court in Easton exceeds both general construction practices and the minimum standard of the International Building Code and the Mass State Building Cod. At this time, I will identify three items in the building framing system, as that is the construction I am seeing three to four times a week, in my capacity as a building inspector for the Town of Easton.

"Many builders will spend a few dollars here and there for “looks”. Few will add improvements to the system that make up the critical mass of a building. In the mind of this building official, your commitments to the added structure and fire protective materials at [Water Pointe] are huge contributions to the life safety of the future residents."

First, is your directive to have all ceilings in the building contain two layers of gypsum board (drywall). Second, is the installation of the fire rated mineral wool insulation bats in all the walls between the units and at all the hallway walls. And third, you have chosen to use metal tie downs holding the first floor walls to the floor itself at intervals far exceeding the building code. These three are significant items and add to both the structural and fire protective systems in the building. It is notable, all are hidden assets, meaning all three upgrades will be covered by finished materials and not seen by anyone. Many builders will spend a few dollars here and there for “looks”. Few will add improvements to the system that make up the critical mass of a building. In the mind of this building official, your commitments to the added structure and fire protective materials at [Water Pointe] are huge contributions to the life safety of the future residents.”

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