“We are excited to announce that we will be breaking ground on September 27 for Phase One of Kearsarge Brook Condominiums at Cranmore,” said Brian Fairbank. Fairbank is developing Kearsarge Brook with fellow Cranmore owners, Tyler Fairbank and Joseph O’Donnell.
“It takes a lot to put together a $50 million development like Kearsarge Brook,” Fairbank continued. “On September 12, we’ll start installing utility lines in preparation for the official ground breaking later in the month. I’m happy to say that our Kearsarge Brook owners will have have keys in hand in the fall of 2017.”
Part of an extensive redevelopment of Cranmore’s base area that calls for a total of 106 condominiums and six new buildings, Kearsarge Brook’s Phase One includes 18 two and three bedroom residences that offer expansive views of Cranmore Mountain Resort’s slopes and the surrounding White Mountains. Homeowners will enjoy ski-in/ski-out access to the slopes as well as a variety of resort amenities. Gated parking, private owners ski lockers and special summer and winter discounts are also included for Phase One owners. Phase One homes sell for $395,000 to $599,000 for the top floor penthouse.
The Fairbank Group, headed by Brian and Tyler Fairbank, are the developers of the project. Both praised the team that is working together on the project. “John Ashworth of Bull-Stockwell Allen of San Francisco, California was the architect. The firm has worked extensively with ski resorts including Aspen, Vail, Crested Butte, Grand Targhee Mountain Resort, Jackson Hole Mountain Resort, Jay Peak Resort, Okemo Mountain Resort, Stowe and many others,” Brian Fairbank added. “We’re also pleased to be working with local contractor, Glen Builders, Portland, Maine-based architects, Archetype, and Badger Realty, who are the exclusive listing agents.”
The Fairbank Group implemented a similar development at Jiminy Peak Mountain Resort in the Berkshires of Massachusetts. In addition to operating Jiminy Peak, the group manages Bromley Mountain Ski Resort in Vermont.