Fox Hill IV is a small neighborhood of houses located along the northern border of the city of Franklin, Massachusetts. These homes are located along two separate roads: Pyne Circle, a cul-de-sac, and Sahlin Circle, an enclosed circle west off of Pond Street. Routes 109 and 126 as well as I-495 are all just a few minutes away from this development.
The houses in the Fox Hill IV neighborhood are mostly 3-4 bedroom ranches and Capes with 1-3 bathrooms and well over 1,000 square feet of living space. Most of the homes in this area also have a private, off-street driveway and a private deck, porch, or patio area. These roads have paved sidewalks and no through-traffic, so locals can feel comfortable taking the dog out for a walk or jogging around the block.
The Charles River, a popular place to canoe, kayak, and fish, is located less than mile north of this neighborhood. Fox Hill IV is also less than ten miles away from Lake Pearl, where visitors can swim at two public beaches, fish for a variety of species, or launch a cartop or motorized boat onto the water. These homes are also centrally located between Upton State Forest, Ashland State Park, and Franklin State Forest. Each of these parks feature plenty of scenic paths, picnic areas, and spots to observe the natural wildlife.
Those living in Fox Hill IV less than ten minutes away from popular shopping plazas in Bellingham and Franklin. In Bellingham, locals can spend the day shopping at Stallbrook Marketplace, Charles River Center, or Crossroads Shopping Center. This complex features dozens of excellent stores and restaurants as well as a movie theater. Residents can also drive directly south on Pond Street to Central Street in Franklin, the site of many grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, and local eateries. The homes in this neighborhood can also watch a Patriots football game, Revolution soccer match, or musical performance at Gillette Stadium, which is located about fifteen miles away in Foxborough, Massachusetts.