Northside Meadows, Framingham (55+)

Northside Meadows is a new luxury 55+ age-restricted condominium development on the northwest side of Framingham. This neighborhood is located on Tolland Way, which forms an enclosed circle off of Pleasant Street. These condos are less than a mile north of the Mass Pike, which residents can take 25 miles east into Boston. A major bus route as well as Route 30, 126, and 135 are also nearby.

Northside Meadows offers three unique floorplans, each of which features more than 2,000 square feet of living space. The condos in this neighborhood have 2 bedrooms, 2-3 bathrooms, and an attached garage. These residences also feature a gas fireplace, furnished kitchen, central air, and a private patio area. This complex is pet-friendly, though some breeds are restricted.

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The condos at Northside Meadows are a couple miles north of the shopping plazas that can be found throughout central Framingham. The center of town features fitness centers, grocery stores, pharmacies, and banks as well as many excellent local businesses and eateries. This neighborhood is also just a few miles west of the large shopping complex in Natick, which features the Natick Mall, Shoppers World, and a few other outdoor plazas. This complex of malls is the site of more than 250 shops and restaurants as well as a movie theater.

Residents of Northside Meadows are just minutes away from exciting outdoor attractions including golf courses, state parks, and boating and fishing hotspots. Golfers can play a round at Sandy Burr Country Club, Millwood Farms, or Framingham Country Club, all of which are just a short drive from this neighborhood. Locals can spend the day hiking through nature trails at nearby state parks including Hopkinton State Park, Callahan State Park, and Ashland State Park. Boat owning residents can also head over the Lake Cochituate and launch any size boat onto the water using the public ramp.