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Farm Pond

Farm Pond is a 150-acre pond near the center of Framingham, Massachusetts. The pond also features boat access for cartop vessels at its northern end. Just west of the pond is Farm Pond Park and Longs Athletic Field, where visitors can play sports, have a picnic, or jog and bike along the area’s trails.

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The homes near Farm Pond are mostly located less than a mile off of its eastern coast on Franklin Street, Union Avenue, and the dozens of side streets in between them. Many of these homes are multi-family homes, which would make a great investment for anyone looking to get started in the real estate business. The single-family homes near the pond mainly have 3-5 bedrooms, multiple bathrooms, and a large front porch.

The homes near Farm Pond are located in downtown Framingham, the site of many excellent local business and restaurants as well as a few small shopping plazas. In the area you can find pharmacies, supermarkets, fitness centers, banks, and more. This pond is also about five miles west of the Natick Mall, the area’s largest indoor shopping center with hundreds of stores and eateries.

Farm Pond isn’t the only popular fishing and boating destination in the area. Locals can make the short drive east to Cochituate Lake, a larger body of water where visitors can fish, as well as launch their cartop and motorized boats on the water. The homes near Farm Pond are also within driving distance of many state parks including Ashland State Park, Callahan State Park, and Hopkinton State Park, each of which has areas to observe nature and trails to bike, hike, and more.

Farm Pond is easily accessible thanks to its location near Route 126, Route 135, and the Massachusetts Turnpike, which runs from Boston to the New York state border. Route 30 and the Boston-Worcester Turnpike are also in the area, so locals can easily travel throughout central Massachusetts.