Twin Oaks Condos
- Address: 1199 Grafton Street, Worcester, MA 01604
- Year Built: 1982
- Total Units: 96
Twin Oaks Condominiums is a complex of condos near the southeastern side of Worcester, Massachusetts. This complex of mid-rise buildings is located on Grafton Street, part of Route 122, which runs straight through to the heart of Worcester. Route 20 and 146, as well as the Mass Pike are within a few miles of this condominium, make it a great location for work commuters or anyone looking to travel throughout Massachusetts.
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The garden-style condos at Twin Oaks are mostly 2 bedroom, 1 bathroom units with a living area of around 900 square feet. Each condo includes electric heating, a deck or balcony area, and parking spaces in the the complex’s private parking lot. The condominium is pet-friendly, although some breeds may be restricted.
Twin Oaks Condominiums is centrally located between two shopping centers — Southwest Commons and South Plaza. The former features a few restaurants and a CVS, while the latter has a Stop & Shop, Papa Gino’s, Dollar Store, and many banks. More than 100 stores and restaurants can be found at Auburn Plaza Shopping Center and Auburn Mall in Auburn, Massachusetts, which is about fifteen minutes away by car. A Walmart Supercenter, Snap Fitness, and The Shoppes At Blackstone Valley are also within a few miles of this complex.
Twin Oaks Condominiums is just west of one of Worcester’s largest bodies of water — Lake Quinsigamond. Locals can take advantage of a public ramp to take their canoes, kayaks, and other boats out on this lake. Lake Quinsigamond connects directly to Flint Pond, another popular fishing spot.
Those looking to go for a hike, bike ride, or to just simply enjoy nature can head to one of the area’s nearby parks, the closest of which is Green Hill Park. Visitors will also find a public golf course at the northern end of the park. Residents can also make a quick drive south to Purgatory Chasm State Reservation or Douglas State Forest, which covers nearly 6,000 acres across parts of Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut.