Park Grove Farm, Shrewsbury
Park Grove Farm is a neighborhood of homes on the northern edge of Dean Park in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. These homes are located on Park Grove Lane, a cul-de-sac south off of Spring Street. Interstate 290, Route 9, Route 140, and the Hartford Turnpike are all within a few miles of this neighborhood, which makes it easy for locals to travel west into the city of Worcester and commute to work throughout the rest of the area.
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The homes at Park Grove Estates are mainly spacious Colonials with 4-5 bedroom and 3 or more bathrooms. These large houses have multiple thousands of square feet in living space, attached garages, large lawns, and a private patio or deck area. This safe and quiet neighborhood gets no through traffic and has sidewalks and street lamps on both sides of the road.
This neighborhood is located alongside the northern edge of Dean Park, a public park that features many walking trails, sports fields, grassy areas to have a picnic, and a small pond where visitors can fish for bass, trout, bluegill, and more. Prospect Park and Rawson Hill are also just within a few miles of this neighborhood. Ski Ward Ski Area, the town’s most popular place to go skiing, is only a mile east of Park Grove Estates. Locals can take their boats a short drive west to Lake Quinsigamond, which features many public launch ramps as well as a spots to swim or fish for a variety of species.
The homes at Park Grove Estates are a couple miles north of a few of the most popular shopping plazas in the area. Shrewsbury Crossing, Olde Shrewsbury Village, and Northborough Crossing and all within three miles of the neighborhood. Between these three shopping centers visitors will find many outstanding restaurants and shops as well as a few grocery stores, banks, and fitness centers. Those who enjoy the city atmosphere can make the short, ten mile drive west into Worcester where they’ll find shopping malls such as the Greendale Mall and Lincoln Plaza, art museums, and performing arts centers such as Palladium, Mechanics Hall, and the Hanover Theatre.