154 Berrington Road | 5738/132
On Tuesday, June 21, 2005, ownership of 154 Berrington Road in Leominster, in Worcester County, in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts (known as Unit 154) was legally transferred through a Deed for the value of $197,000.00 and recorded in the Worcester County North Registry of Deeds in Deed Book 5738 / Page 132 at 10:12:00 EST in Instrument Number 14747. The City of Leominster’s Assessors identifies Unit 154 as Map 308 / Block 6 / Lot 154.
154 Berrington Road (Unit 154) is a Unit Type 4 with two bedrooms, one and one half baths, multi-level townhouse with 1,224± square feet, located in Pod 10.1 of Building 10 (152-174 Berrington Road (Even)). Unit 154 has an Ownership Percentage of 0.8239% in Liberty Commons Condominium Trust (Liberty Commons). Unit 154 is not a handicapped accessible Unit. The original and each subsequent Unit Deed and the Master Deed for Liberty Commons Condominium Trust grants two non-exclusive parking spaces in the Common Areas of Liberty Commons.
The new Unit Owner(s), their guests, visitors, tenants, and/ or any other individuals are subject the obligations and restrictions set forth in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts’ General Laws Chapter 183A, the Master Deed, the Declaration of Trust and Bylaws, the Rules and Regulations, Resolutions, and all other governing documents both current and future.
This real estate transaction was executed on Friday, June 17, 2005.
The final building inspection for construction of Building 10 (152-174 Berrington Road (Even)) was officially signed off by the City of Leominster’s Building Department on Wednesday, November 6, 1996. Unit 154 was leased by the developer from approximately Wednesday, November 6, 1996 until the first Unit Owner(s)’ purchased the Unit on Monday, April 29, 2002.
The original Unit Deed for Unit 154 was recorded in Worcester County North Registry of Deeds in Deed Book 4175 / Page 26 on Monday, April 29, 2002.
Liberty Commons is located along the north side of Old Mill Road, west of Jungle Road and east of Bicentennial Avenue in Leominster, Massachusetts. Liberty Commons has two parcels of land. The developed parcel is 11.94± acres and has eleven buildings, a private sewer pump station, and two private roads (Berrington Road and Gates Crossing). The second lot is a deed restricted conservation parcel with 12.04± acres. There are a total of 132 unique and architecturally designed one and two bedroom, one bath, garden-style condominium Units and two bedroom, one and one half bath, townhouse condominium Units in the development. The one and two bedroom garden-style Units are all ground level Units with two bedroom townhouse Units above them. Liberty Commons was developed by Bovenzi, Inc.
Source: Worcester County North Registry of Deeds, Deed Book 5738 / Page 132, the original Unit Deed Book 4175 / Page 26, Liberty Commons Condominium Trust’s Master Deed, Liberty Commons Condominium Trust’s Declaration of Trust and Bylaws, the City of Leominster’s Building Department, and the City of Leominster’s Assessor’s Office.