Burncoat Neighborhood

Burncoat is the neighborhood in Worcester located between the center of the city and West Boylston. Many homes in this area are located in quiet neighborhoods that are formed off of Burncoat Street, Clark Street, and Mountain Street E.

The homes in Burncoat vary in age and size, providing many optons for buyers. You can find spacious 3-4 bedroom Colonials, cozy 2-4 bedroom Capes, and 2-3 bedroom townhouses. 

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Worcester Country Club, a private club and golf course, can be found in the center of Burncoat. This club was the site of the inaugural Ryder Cup and a couple of U.S. Opens. There are also many public golf courses nearby such as Wachusett Country Club and Cyprian Keyes Golf Club.

The homes in Burncoat are also conveniently located near many bodies of water that are great for fishing, kayaking, and canoeing. Wachusett Reservoir and Lake Quinsigamond are about equidistant from the local neighborhoods. Visitors have reported catching various species of trout, salmon, bass, perch, and more. Those looking to hike or go for a bike ride can head to Green Hill Park or Bovenzi Conservation Park, both of which are few miles away from this area’s neighborhoods.

There are a couple of excellent shopping centers at the southern end of Burncoat. Those looking for an indoor mall can head to the Greendale Mall, the site of more than twenty-five stores and restaurants. The area’s premier outdoor shopping plaza is Lincoln Plaza, which features a Target, Barnes & Noble, and many outstanding restaurants. White City Shopping Center is just a little further away, though it’s well worth the drive to find even more shops and eateries.

Burncoat is also a great choice for many comutters. The neighborhood is just a short drive from state Route 9, 12, 70, and 140, as well as Interstate 190 and Interstate 290. The area is also just on the outskirts of the center of Worcester, the location of many universities, public services, and local businesses.