Villages at Oak Hill
The Villages At Oak Hill is a development of townhouses and half-duplexes right on the southern edge of Franklin. These condominiums are located on a network of cul-de-sacs formed by Innsbruck Way, Faith Way, Cassandra Avenue, Dante Avenue, Vail Avenue, and Tuscany Drive.
The condos at The Villages At Oak Hill are mostly 2-3 bedroom, 2-4 bathroom residences with living space greater than 1,800 square feet. The townhouses in this neighborhood come furnished with most of the essential appliances including a refrigerator, dishwasher, washer, and dryer. Many of these units also have a private deck or porch, gas fireplace, granite countertops, central air, and deeded garage parking.
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This neighborhood is an ideal location for commuters and travelers as it is within five miles of Route 126, Route 140, and Interstate 495, which runs south towards Cape Cod and north towards the state of New Hampshire. Residents of The Villages at Oak Hill can also take the local MBTA Commuter Rail directly into South Station in Boston, Massachusetts.
The Villages at Oak Hill is directly south of Franklin State Forest, where visitors can hike, bike, and more along a network of scenic nature paths. This neighborhood is also a couple miles north of Bungay Golf Club and New England Country Club, both of which are outstanding golf courses. Residents who enjoy fishing, boating, or swimming can make their way west to Lake Pearl in Wrentham, Massachusetts. This lake feature two beaches, a public boat launching ramp, and a variety of species of fish to catch.
Those looking to spend the day shopping can head directly east to Wrentham Village Premium Outlets or Patriot Place in Foxborough, Massachusetts. Both of these plazas have more than 100 stores and restaurants, while Patriot Place also features a movie theater and Gillette Stadium, a busy sports and concert venue. Residents can also enjoy the city nightlife by driving approximately twenty miles south into Providence, the largest city in Rhode Island.