South Meadow, Shrewsbury

South Meadow Condominiums is a complex of half-duplexes and townhouses near the center of Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. These condos are located just west off South Street on Brookdale Circle and Old Laxfield Road. This complex is conveniently located less than half a mile south of the Boston Turnpike, which locals can take east towards Boston or west into the heart of Worcester.

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The homes at South Meadow Condominiums mostly have 2-3 bedroom, 2-3 bathrooms, and approximately 1,500 square feet of living space. These condos also include central air conditioning, a fireplace, stainless steel appliances, a detached garage, and more. Residents also have access to excellent neighborhood amenities such as an in-ground pool, tennis courts, and access to woodland walking trails.

South Meadow Condominiums is less than a mile south of Route 9, which travels west into Worcester or east towards Framingham, Marlborough, and Boston. Most of Shrewsbury’s largest shopping centers, such as Shrewsbury Crossing, White City Shopping Center, and Olde Shrewsbury Village, are located along this road. At these plazas you’ll find many excellent stores and restaurants as well as banks, pharmacies, fitness centers, and supermarkets. On the other side of Lake Quinsigamond in Worcester, locals can also go shopping at Greendale Mall, a large indoor shopping mall, and Lincoln Plaza, an outdoor plaza similar to the ones in Shrewsbury.

Lake Quinsigamond is a great place to spend the day whether you’re looking to swim, fish, or take the boat out on the water. There’s a sandy public beach on the lake’s western coast at Quinsigamond State Park. Visitors can also fish here or at many other hotspots along the coast. There are many boat ramps along the coast of the lake, allowing locals to take their car-top or motorized boat onto the lake. South Meadow Condominiums is also a short drive away from many public parks and forests such as Dean Park and Prospect Park in Shrewsbury as well as Upton State Forest in Upton, Massachusetts.