Saxonville Village is one of the ogigional Framingham villages, a short drive north of the center of town. Elm Street, Concord Street, Central Avenue, and Water Street are the village’s main roads, which intersect near the center of this area. This village is known for its scenic natural attractions including Saxonville Beach, Sudbury Pond, and Winch Park.
This area features many different styles of houses including Colonials, ranches, and townhouses, most of which have 3-4 bedrooms and multiple bathrooms. There are also a few condominium complexes, such as Mill Falls and Executive Apartments that feature 1-3 bedroom condos.
The Massachusetts Turnpike, the longest highway in the state, runs along the southern edge of Saxonville Village. Locals can take the Mass Pike east into the center of Boston, or west to the border of New York. A few other major state routes, including Route 30 and Route 126, also cross through parts of this village.
The homes in Saxonville Village are just a few miles north of Natick, the site of many large shopping centers. The Natick Mall, Cloverleaf Marketplace, Sherwood Plaza, and Shoppers World can all be found in the same complex. Collectively, these shopping areas featured more than 250 stores and restaurants, so you’ll be able to find exactly what it is you’re shopping for. This shopping complex also has a dine-in AMC movie theater where you can catch the latest releases.
On the east side of Saxonville Village, locals can spend a day at Lake Cochituate, a popular place to go swimming, fishing, and boating. There are a few public beaches as well as many places to fish. Boat owners can launch their vessel onto the water by using the lake’s wide, public launch ramp. Those who enjoy being outdoors can also head to Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary, Assabet River Wildlife Refuge, or the Marlborough-Sudbury State Forest, all of which are just a short drive from this area.