Palladini Village, Franklin
Palladini Village is an active adult development between King Street and Summer Street in Franklin. These condominiums are located along Lawrence Drive, which forms an enclosed circle with Susan’s Way south of King Street. Interstate 495, which drivers can take north towards central Massachusetts or New Hampshire and south towards Cape Cod, is less than two miles away from these houses. Commuters can also make the daily drive to work using Routes 1A, Route 121, and Route 140, all of which are just a few miles away.
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The Units in Palladini Village are mostly 2-3 bedroom, 2-3 bathroom Cape and ranch-style residences. Most of these condos have an attached garage, basement area, fireplace, granite countertops, and between 1,800 – 3,000 square feet of living space. This quiet neighborhood has virtually through-traffic, paved sidewalks, streetlamps, and lots of privacy due to the tall trees throughout the area.
These condos are just a few minutes south of Central Street, one of the main roads in Franklin that features many outstanding shopping areas. Along this road, visitors will find many local businesses and eateries as well as grocery stores, pharmacies, banks, and department stores. Residents of Palladini Village can head about fifteen minutes east to either Patriot Place of Wrentham Village Premium Outlets, two shopping centers with more than 100 stores and restaurants.
Palladini Village is centrally located between large state forests in Franklin and Wrentham including Franklin State Forest, Wrentham State Forest, and F. Gilbert Hills State Forest. Each of these public parks feature miles of scenic trails and open areas for picnics and observing nature. These condos are also just a ten minute drive away from Lake Pearl in Wrentham and Beaver Pond in Franklin, both of which designated fishing spots and public beaches. Visitors of Lake Pearl can also launch a motorized or cartop boat out on the water using a public ramp.