South Billerica is the area of the town south of Ralph Hill Conservation and Ralph Hill Conservation Area. The Northwest Expressway, which connects to Interstate 495 in the north and Interstate 95 in the south, runs along the eastern side of this region. This area is also bisected by Route 4, making it an ideal location for those commuting to work on a regular basis.
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Many of the homes in South Billerica are located in quiet neighborhoods along side roads off of Nashua Road and Concord Road. These houses vary in style in size, including Colonials, Dutches, cottages, ranches, and townhouses with anywhere between 2-6 bedrooms and multiple bathrooms. Most of these homes have an off-street driveway or private garage with thousands of square feet of living space.
Many of the houses in the western and northern parts of South Billerica have a scenic woodland view, as they’re located very close to Minnie Reed Conservation Area and Ralph Hill Conservation area. Both of the public parks have paths for hiking and biking, as well as open areas to observe nature or have a picnic. The famous Concord River, a popular place to fish, kayak, and canoe, runs along the western edge of this region. Nutting Lake and Micozzi Beach, a public beach with grille areas and athletic courts, are just a mile east of the area.
The homes in South Billerica are just a mile west of Middlesex Turnpike, which drivers can take south in Burlington. This city features many excellent shopping centers including Burlington Mall, Middlesex Commons, and Burlington Square. Between these three complexes you’ll find well over 100 stores and restaurants as well as a movie theater. Those looking for something a bit closer can head to Shops at Billerica in the center of town, or Towne Shopping Plaza off of Route 3A. The latter features a large indoor trampoline park and climbing all at Altitude Trampoline Park. Locals in the area can also hop on Interstate 93 and drive approximately 25 miles south into the center Boston.