Stratton Woods is a quiet neighborhood in Marlborough, Massachusetts. These homes are located on Desimone Drive and Goodnow Lane, which form an enclosed circle connecting at both sides to Brigham Street. Residents can travel west on Brigham Street to Jericho Ski jump that is now visited by hikers in the warmer months and sledders in the winter. Ward Park, which features basketball courts, tennis courts, a football field, and biking and jogging paths is also just a short drive north of the area.
Built in the late 1980s, the homes in Stratton Woods consist mostly of spacious 3-4 bedroom, 2-4 bathroom Colonials, most of which also have an attached garage. Some of the units also have a view of a small stream that connects directly into Sudbury Reservoir, a local fishing hotspot. Fort Meadow Reservoir, another popular fishing area that also has public beaches and canoe launches, is about ten minutes north of the neighborhood.
Stratton Woods near many state routes and highways, making it a prime location for travelers and work commuters. Access to Route 9, 20, 30, and 85 as well as Interstate 90 (Mass Pike), 290, and 495 are all within about five miles of this neighborhood.
Residents can take Route 85 north to reach Marlborough Center, where they’ll find the Post Office, public library, as well as many local restaurants and businesses. The shopping centers along Donald Lynch Boulevard are approximately five miles away. Here, locals enjoy over 125 stores and restaurants between Solomon Pond Mall and Shops at the Pond.