Broadmeadow Brook Worcester
Broadmeadow Brook is an area of Worcester, Massachusetts known for its conservation areas and wildlife sanctuaries which cover more than 400 acres of land. There are over a dozen hiking trails in the area that are visited by bird watchers, butterfly watchers, and nature lovers year-round.
Homes in the Broadmeadow Brook area can mostly be found on quiet street soff of the area’s main roads that include Massasoit Road, Blithewood Avenue, Sunderland Road, and Grafton Street.
There a variety of sizes of homes in Broadmeadow Brook, including 3-5 bedroom Colonials and 2-3 bedroom cottages and townhouses. Many of the houses have multiple bathrooms, an attached garage, and a view of the woodlands.
The area’s main attraction is the Broadmeadow Brook Conservation Area, the biggest urban wildlife sanctuary in all of New England. Along with the miles of hiking trails, visitors can also enjoy special events such as butterfly festivals, guided tours, art exhibits, and a summer camp for children. The conservation also has facilities that can be rented out for parties, business conferences, workshops, and more. There’s also a large playground at the corner of Blithewood Avenue and Massasoit Road.
Residents of homes in Broadmeadow Brook can take advantage of the many stores and restaurants along Route 20, which runs along the southern side of the area. The area’s largest shopping center can be found to the east where Route 20 intersects with Sunderland Road. Larger shopping malls and plazas can be found about five miles west in Auburn, Massachusetts and three miles north in the center of Worcester.
Commuters will love how close Broadmeadow Brook is to many state routes and highways. Route 20, Route 122, Route 146, and Interstate 290 are all just a short drive away.