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Adams Farm Condos

Adams Farm Condominiums is a 55+ age-restricted complex of townhouses and duplexes in southern Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. This neighborhood is located on Adams Farm Road, Patriot Lane, Hamilton Circle, and Independence Lane. All of these roads rest between Memorial Drive to the west and Cherry Street to the east.

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Most of the homes at Adams Farm Condominiums have 2 bedrooms, 2-4 bathrooms, thousands of square feet in living space, an attached garage, and a built-in security system. Residents also have access to many great amenities including a clubhouse, fitness center billiards room, and more. The tight-knit neighborhood also comes together to participate in many group activities such as exercising and playing games.

Adams Farm Condominiums is just a short drive away from many large shopping centers, most of which can be found a few miles north along Route 9. Along this street you’ll find White City Shopping Center and Shrewsbury Crossing, two outdoor shopping plazas. Many grocery stores, fitness centers, and popular local restaurants are also nearby.

Lake Quinsigamond, which separates Shrewsbury from Worcester, is less than five miles west of Adams Farm Condominiums. The lake is a great place to take a boat out on the water, swim at the beach in Quinsigamond State Park, or go fishing. Green Hill Park, which features athletic fields, a petting zoo, picnic areas, and a public golf course, is located just a couple miles further west past the river. Residents who enjoy skiing can hit the slopes a few miles north at Ski Ward Ski Area on Main Street in Shrewsbury.

There many state highways conveniently located near Adams Farm Condominiums. Route 140, the Boston Turnpike, and the Hartford Turnpike are all within a mile of the complex. This neighborhood is also only five miles north of the Mass Pike, which locals can take into Boston in under an hour.