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To commemorate an area of Southboroughwhere the Cordaville Woolen Factory once stood, the town has erected an area known as the Cordaville Triangle Park.
In the 19th Century this was the site of the largest factory in town and served as the center of the small mill village known as Cordaville. It was surrounded by the workers' houses which were built by the original mill owner.
With the Southborough MBTA station standing directly across the street, this park was built to create an inviting space that is both attractive as well as functional. Additional landscaping in the planning stages and this park will serve as a pleasant tribute to another time in Southborough's history.
The four village of Southborough include:
West of Cordaville is the village of Southville. This part of town has some distinct historical buildings like St. Matthews Church and the Cultural Art Center. It is also home to a small artisan community which includes painters, potters and photographers.
Fayville is mostly defined by the reservoir and many parts of it enjoy lovely water views and Fay Park. It includes a large area south of Route 9, Fayville Memorial Field, Fayville Village Center and even has its own post office.
Southborough's center is also known as Downtown. Main Street runs through this area which is the exact geographic center of town. Along with the town green there is a small group of restaurants, shops and professional buildings as well as the Southborough Town Hall. It is also the location of the 250 acre campus of St. Mark's, one of the oldest and most prestigious private schools in the area.
Located in the southwest part of Southborough, Cordaville had its start as a 19th century industrial mill village and is now an area with houses that are a combination of older dwellings as well as newer neighborhoods, including Liberty Estates.
To enhance this quaint and historic area of town, Southborough now welcomes the newest park in town, Cordaville Triangle Park.
Copyright 2010 "Cordaville Triangle Park in Southborough "
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