Montage at Danforth Green
Montage at Danforth Green is a neighborhood of condos in eastern Framingham. This condominium complex is located about a mile north of Route 135 on Oxbow Road and Strauss Lane. This neighborhood is also just a couple miles south of the Mass Pike, which can take locals east into Boston in about 45 minutes.
Montage at Danforth Green offers seven unique floor plans that include 2-3 bedrooms, 2-3 bathrooms, a deck or patio, and living space of greater than 1,600 square feet. Each condo also includes a two-car garage, stainless steel appliances, granite countertops, walk-in closets, and more. This neighborhood is also pet-friendly, though there are a few breed restrictions.
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Residents of Montage at Danforth Green can take Route 135 about a mile west into the center of town, the site of many local business, restaurants, and shopping plazas. This area also features banks, fitness centers, pharmacies, supermarkets, and more. Near the center of town, locals can also visit Farm Pond, a large pond where visitors can fish. Cartop boats such as canoes and kayaks can be taken out on the pond as well.
This neighborhood is just a few miles south of Natick, Massachusetts, the site of the Natick Mall. The Natick Mall has hundreds of outstanding stores and restaurants to go shopping at. Sherwood Plaza, Cloverleaf Marketplace, and a dine-in movie theater are also nearby Montage at Danforth Green. Natick also features Cochituate State Park, a large public park known for its trails, athletic fields, and popular fishing and boating destination Lake Cochituate. Visitors of the lake can fish for dozens of species as well as launch all types of boats onto the water using a large, public ramp.
Montage at Danforth Green is conveniently located near many major state routes and highways including Route 126, Route 135, and the Boston-Worcester Turnpike. Those looking to travel a bit further can drive a few miles north to the Massachusetts Turnpike, the state’s longest highway, running from the New York border to Boston.