Shrewsbury Hunt Neighborhood
Shrewsbury Hunt is a neighborhood of homes located in between Lake Street on the west and Grafton Street on the east. The main road in the neighborhood is Hemingway Street, which branches off into a dozen short side roads. This area is less than two miles east of Lake Quinsigamond, which separates Worcester from Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. This lake is a great place to take the boat out on the water as well as swim at the Quinsigamond State Park beach or fish.
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The homes in Shrewsbury Hunt are mostly large Colonials with four or more bedrooms and 3-4 bathrooms. Many of these homes have upwards of 2,500 square feet of living space as well as a spacious yard, attached garage, and large deck, patio, or porch. This safe and quiet neighborhood has streetlamps and sidewalks on all of its streets, making it a great place to walk the dog, ride a bike, or go for a run.
The homes at Shrewsbury Hunt are just a short drive away from many excellent parks in eastern Worcester. Crow Hill Reservation, Perkins Farm, and Green Hill Park are all about five miles west of this neighborhood. Each of these parks feature scenic nature trails, which Green Hill Park is also the site of a petting zoo, athletic courts and fields, as well as the Green Hill Golf Course. This neighborhood is also centrally located between the 2,600 acre Upton State Forest to the south and Dean Park in Shrewsbury. Those who enjoy skiing can head to Ski Ward Ski Area, which is about fives mile north of this area.
Those living in the Shrewsbury Hunt neighborhood are surrounded by many excellent shopping centers in Shrewsbury, Worcester, and Auburn. Locals can drive north up Route 140 to Route 9, where they’ll find Olde Shrewsbury Village, White City Shopping Center, and Shrewsbury Crossing, three large outdoor shopping plazas in Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. Across the lake in Worcester, visitors of South Plaza, Greendale Mall, and Lincoln Plaza can go shopping at dozens of excellent stores and restaurants. There are also two large shopping malls about ten miles southwest in Auburn, Massachusetts.