Hardy Pond, Waltham

One of the convenient suburb of Waltham’s smaller neighborhoods, Hardy Pondis named after the body of water it envelops, along with a few neighboring roads. Some of the earliest construction dates back to the 1910s, with significantly more development in the 1940s and 1950s, and some recent construction. These homes, in the mid-price range for Waltham, are primarily built as charming capes and classic colonials, typically with 3 bedrooms, though that occasionally varies. Area of the homes tends to range from 900 to 2,800 square feet.

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Hardy Pond Waltham April 23, 2024
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The Hardy Pond neighborhood is in a great location within Waltham. Trapelo Road serves as quick access to I-95, and the culture of Moody Street is also a short drive. There are two nearby playgrounds, and many residents enjoy the Shady’s Pond Conservation Area trails.