Maplecrest Estates Franklin
Maplecrest Estates is a small development of homes near Franklin Center. The homes in this neighborhood are located on one of five distinct cul-de-sacs: Madison Avenue, Simone Lane, Tyler Road, Sharon Drive, and Kimberlee Avenue. Interstate 495, a highway that runs southeast towards Cape Cod and north towards New Hampshire, is just a few miles away from these houses. Residents can also travel into South Station by way of the Franklin stop along the MBTA Commuter Rail.
HOMES CURRENTLY FOR SALE
The homes at Maplecrest Estates are mostly 3-5 bedroom Capes, Colonials, and ranches with multiple bathrooms and more than 1,500 square feet of living space. These houses have large yards, private driveways, and plenty of privacy due to the tall trees throughout the area. Some of these homes also have a waterfront view as a small tributary from the Charles River runs just south of the neighborhood.
This neighborhood is a just a short drive away from Central Street in Franklin, the site of many small shopping plazas including Franklin Village Plaza. Locals can find many banks, supermarkets, eateries, and local businesses along this road. Residents of Maplecrest Estates can continue traveling east down Central Street into Wrentham and Foxborough, both of which feature a large shopping plaza with more than 100 stores and restaurants. Plains Mall and Quarry Square Shopping Center in Milford, Massachusetts, are also just a short drive west of this development.
Those who enjoy the water will love living at Maplecrest Estates due to its central location between many excellent places to swim, fish, and boat. This neighborhood is less than fifteen minutes away from the beaches at Lake Pearl in Wrentham and Beaver Pond in Franklin. Residents can also head north to the Charles River or Populatic Pond, both of which are excellent places to launch a cartop boat or fish for perch, bass, and more. Locals can spend a day walking, biking, or hiking along the many trails at Franklin State Forest, Upton State Forest, or Ashland State Park, all of which are within fifteen miles of this development.