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Over half of Larrimac lots reserved

The Larrimac housing development in Chelsea and its street now have a name, and already over half of the 31 residential lots have been reserved.


Chelsea residents Scott Robertson and his 14-year-old son Chad said they love trails, so they volunteered to help build a trail near the Larrimac housing development, now officially called the Chelsea Highlands, on Oct. 17. Over half of the lots in the development have already been reserved. Hunter Cresswell photo
Chelsea residents Scott Robertson and his 14-year-old son Chad said they love trails, so they volunteered to help build a trail near the Larrimac housing development, now officially called the Chelsea Highlands, on Oct. 17. Over half of the lots in the development have already been reserved. Hunter Cresswell photo

Chelsea Highlands is the official name of what The Low Down has referred to as the Larrimac development. Developer Carrie Wallace said the name comes from the development being on the Larrimac Golf Club’s previously undeveloped land and golf’s Scottish heritage.