Coachman Ridge Neighborhood
Coachman Ridge is a small neighborhood of homes north of Colonial Drive in northern Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. The homes in this area are located on Coachman Ridge Road, Bridle Path, and Cobblestone Way, which form an enclosed circle with no through traffic. The homes at Coachman Ridge consist mainly of large Colonials with four or more bedrooms, multiple bathrooms, and thousands of square feet of living space. Residents of this neighborhood have lots of privacy, as these properties have private driveways and are surrounded by woodland areas.
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There are many excellent shopping centers within a few miles of Coachman Ridge. Shrewsbury Crossing, White City Shopping Center, and Olde Shrewsbury Village, three outdoor shopping plazas, can all be found a short drive south along Route 9 in Shrewsbury. Residents can also enjoy an exciting city atmosphere in the center of Worcester, Marlborough, and Framingham, all of which are a short drive away from this neighborhood.
This neighborhood is just a short drive away from many great places to spend a day outdoors. Cyprian Keyes Golf Course, a 27-hole public golf course that also a club fitting center and a restaurant, is less than two miles west of Coachman Ridge. In the winter, locals can hit the slopes at Ski Ward Ski Area, which is approximately five miles south of this neighborhood. Residents can also walk, jog, and hike along many nature trails at Rawson Hill, Prospect Hill, Dean Park, all of which are just a few minutes drive south.
Coachman Ridge is conveniently located less than a mile north of Interstate 290 and a few miles east of the intersection of Route 70 and Route 140. This central location near many state highways allows those living in this neighborhood to easily travel west into Worcester, east into Marlborough, and throughout the rest of central Massachusetts. This neighborhood is also just a short drive south to the Boston Turnpike and the Massachusetts Turnpike, both of which allow locals to travel directly into Boston.