Franklin Chase is a subdivision of homes in northern Franklin, Massachusetts. These houses are located south off of Partridge Street on Dover Circle, Cohasset Way, and Sherborn Lane. This area is a great place to exercise or walk the dog, as these roads have streetlamps, sidewalks and very little through-traffic.
The homes in the Franklin Chase neighborhood are mostly Tudors and Colonials with 3-5 bedrooms, 2-5 bathrooms, and multiple thousands of square feet of living area. Most of these houses also have a private patio or deck, large lawn, and attached garage. Locals are just a short drive from many state routes and highways including Route 115, Route 126, Route 140, and Interstate 495. Each of these highways make it easy to commute to work as well as travel locally and throughout the rest of Massachusetts.
There are many excellent shopping centers within short driving distance of the Franklin Chase subdivision. This neighborhood is about fifteen miles south of Natick, Massachusetts, where you can find a large shopping area with four unique plazas: Shoppers World, Cloverleaf Marketplace, Sherwood Plaza, and the Natick Mall. Locals can make the short drive west into Milford and arrive at Quarry Square Shopping Center, a large outdoor shopping center with many excellent stores and restaurants. To the east, residents of this development can spend a day shopping at the 100+ shops and eateries at Patriot Place in Foxborough. This plaza is also the site of a movie theater and Gillette Stadium, where the New England Patriots play football.
This neighborhood is within a few miles of many popular outdoor attractions, whether you like to play sports, swim, fish, or simply enjoy nature. Franklin Chase is about one mile west of Dacey Community Fields, a complex of sporting fields and courts. This development is also approximately five miles directly north of Chilson Park, which features open fields, picnic areas, and a sandy public beach. Those who enjoy fishing, kayaking, or canoeing can head to the Charles River, which runs along the northern and western edges of Franklin. Franklin State Forest, which spans across more than 800 acres of the city, is also just five miles away.