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Laureldale Woods Spencer

Laureldale Woods Spencer

Laureldale Woods is a development of more than a dozen homes in northern Spencer, Massachusetts. This neighborhood is located on Donna Drive and Debbie Drive, which forms an enclosed circle connecting at both ends to Paxton Road. This development is directly across the street from the fairly small Spencer Airport.

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The homes in Laureldale Woods are spacious single-family houses, most of which have 3-4 bedrooms, 2 or more bathrooms, and more than 2,000 square feet of living area. Many of the homes in this area also have large, grassy lawns, paved driveways, and an attached garage.

Laureldale Woods is centrally located between Thompson Pond in the north and Sugden Reservoir in the south. Both of these bodies of water are excellent places to swim, fish, and boat, whether you have a motorboat, jet ski, kayak, or canoe. Locals can also find many hiking and biking paths at Oakham State Forest, Southwick Pond, and Burncoat Pond Wildlife Sanctuary, all of which are just a short drive away. Those who enjoy golfing can play a round at Kettle Brook Golf Club in Paxton or Strawberry Hills Golf Course in Leicester.

Laureldale Woods is one of the closest neighborhoods in Spencer to Worcester, Massachusetts, which is about fifteen miles east of this development. Worcester features many excellent shopping areas such as Greendale Mall, White City Shopping Center, and Lincoln Plaza. There are also many outstanding theaters in the area including Palladium, Mechanics Hall, and the Hanover Theatre for the Performing Arts.

Routes 9, 31, 56, and 122 are all just a short drive from Laureldale Woods, making the development an excellent place for commuters to live. Both Route 31 and Route 56 travel south and give drivers direct access to the Mass Pike, which they can use to head west into New York state or east into the city of Boston.