Newton Place Estates, Framingham
Newton Place Estates is a neighborhood of townhouses near Farm Pond in Framingham. These condos are located on Newton Place, a cul-de-sac east off of Franklin Street. This neighborhood is conveniently located near Route 126, Route 135, and a bus route, making it easy for residents to travel throughout the city.
The condos at Newton Place Estates are mostly 3 bedroom, 2 bathroom townhouses with roughly 1,500 square feet of living space. These homes also feature central air conditioning, extra basement storage space, a private deck, and deeded, off-street parking. This quiet area has little through-traffic and plenty of privacy due to surrounding woodland areas.
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Newton Place Estates is centrally located between many natural attractions including public parks, state forests, and large lakes and ponds. Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, Callahan State Park, and Ashland State Park are all just a short drive away. Each of these places have plenty of scenic trails for hiking or biking as well as grassy open areas to observe nature or have a picnic. Those who enjoy boating and fishing can head to Farm Pond or Lake Cochituate, both of which are within five miles of these condos. The latter can accommodate any size boat, while both bodies of water are home to many different species of fish.
This neighborhood is just a short drive from Natick, Massachusetts, the site of many large shopping centers. The hundreds of stores and restaurants at the Natick Mall, Shoppers World, Sherwood Plaza, and an AMC movie theater are all a few miles east of the condos at Newton Place Estates. Residents are even closer to center of Framingham, where you can find grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, fitness centers, and more.
Residents of Newton Place Estates who want to spend some time in the city are conveniently located directly between the two largest cities in Massachusetts: Boston and Worcester. Locals can take the Mass Pike about 25 miles east into Boston, or take the Boston-Worcester Turnpike about 25 miles west into Worcester.