Westbrook Crossing Condos
Westbrook Crossing is an age-restricted condominium complex in western Shrewsbury, Massachusetts. This neighborhood is located north off of Main Street on Westbrook Crossing Drive, which branches off into six small cul-de-sacs. This complex gets its name from West Brook, which runs directly through the neighborhood, giving many of these condos a waterfront view.
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The condos at Westbrook Crossing consist mostly of 2-3 bedroom, 2-3 bathroom townhouses with over 1,000 square feet of living space. These homes also have granite countertops, stainless steel appliances, central air, a security system, a garage, and in-unit laundry facilities. Residents also have access to many neighborhood amenities including a clubhouse, fitness center, library, and gazebo.
This neighborhood is just a couple miles east of the northern tip of Lake Quinsigamond, a large lake that divides Worcester from Shrewsbury. This lake features many ramps where visitors can launch a motorized or car-top boat. While on the water, you go fishing for a variety of species or swim along the coast. When the weather gets colder, residents can drive a few miles along Route 9 to Ski Ward Ski Area, which features many excellent slopes. This complex is also centrally located between a few golf courses — Green Hill Golf Course in Worcester, Cyprian Keyes Golf Club in Boylston, and Juniper Hill Golf Course in Northborough.
Those living at Westbrook Crossing Condos have all of their shopping needs just a few miles away. This neighborhood is only a few miles away from Lincoln Plaza in Worcester and White City Shopping Center in western Shrewsbury. Both of these outdoor shopping plazas feature many excellent stores and restaurants as well as a couple of supermarkets and fitness centers. Residents can also take Route 9 west into Marlborough, Framingham, and Boston. This neighborhood’s location near Interstate 190, Interstate 290, and Route 140 makes it easy for locals to travel to work or throughout central Massachusetts.