Salisbury Green, Worcester
- Address: Kingston Common Road, Worcester, MA 01609
- Total Units: 95
- Year Built: 1987
Salisbury Green is a neighborhood of condos in northern Worcester, Massachusetts. These condos are located on Kingston Common Road, a one-way enclosed circle that branches off into four cul-de-sacs on Shirringham Lane, Kittering Way, Greenwich Court, and Knightsbridge Close. There are also some residences on Browning Lane, another enclosed circle in the area. Read More...
The townhouse condos at Salisbury Green are a bit larger than other condos you may find in Worcester. Many of the units have 3 bedrooms, 3-4 bathrooms, and over 2,000 square feet of living space. Each condo also include an attached garage, central air conditioning, walk-in closets, and a private deck. Show Less...
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The Salisbury Green condos are surrounded by nature. Holbrook Forest and Cook’s Woods are right across the street from the neighborhood. Both of these woodland areas are great for hiking, birdwatching, or having a picnic. Cascades West Conservation Area and Muir Meadows Conservation Restriction are bit further west, but they provide even more beautiful nature trails. Southwick Pond, the site of a Beaver Dam, can be found at the southern end of Muir Meadows. Residents can also travel a couple miles east to Indian Lake, which features two public beaches and areas to fish for crappie, perch, carp and more.
This suburban neighborhood is a short drive from the heart of Worcester, where visitors can find many restaurants and local businesses on virtually every street. There are many shopping centers on the outskirts of the city as well. The Greendale Mall, White City Shopping Center, Mlll Street Plaza, and Webster Square Plaza are all within six miles of this neighborhood.
Commuters living at Salisbury Green can take advantage of the many nearby state highways and public transportation lines. Residents can quickly access Route 12, 31, 56, and 122 as well as Interstate 190 and Interstate 290. Boston is only about an hour’s drive away thanks to the Massachusetts Turnpike, which has an on-ramp approximately ten miles south of this neighborhood. Union Station, a regular stop for Amtrak and local train and bus routes, can be found in the center of Worcester.