Welcome to Wampanoag Estates in Wrentham, MA.
This saltbox colonial has 4 bedrooms and 2.5 bathrooms, cathedral family room, covered exterior porch, finished basement and 2 car garage on a large level lot.
This home is on the market for $665,000.
Home features a Gourmet kitchen with a honed granite counter island and a breakfast nook to accommodate a large kitchen table. The polished granite counters in the kitchen are beautiful and so much counter space. The present owners have updated the gas stove, microwave, dishwasher and new kitchen faucet. The Master Bedroom overlooks the backyard and has views of Lake Pearl during the fall and winter. Another great feature of the Master bedroom are his/her closets and a large master bath with shower stall and jacuzzi. The large level lot was what attracted the present owners to this house. They enjoyed spring and summers watching their children play in backyard and they relaxed under the covered porch.
This neighborhood was created in 2002 comprising of 101 homes within 4 streets: Annawon Drive, Pokanoket Path, Riverside Drive and Weetamoo Way.
Located mid way between Boston and Providence, Wrentham's three lakes, substantial conservation land and open space, and small town New England charm create a comforting sense of peace and quiet. Easy access to Gillette Stadium, Boston, Providence, Worcester, and Cape Cod puts a vast array of exciting cultural, sporting, and gastronomical activities and opportunities well within reach.
By maintaining the delicate balance between economic growth and conservation of her natural environment and scenic beauty, Wrentham has succeeded in providing residents and visitors alike with the very best of life in a small New England town.
Wrentham was settled in response to a vote by Dedham selectmen who, in the early 1660s, 'deputed men to search and view Indian lands around Wollomonopoag' - as the area was then known. After viewing the land 'near about the pond' now known as Lake Pearl the men recommended to Dedham town meeting that a settlement be located here. Shortly thereafter Dedham general town meeting voted to establish a plantation on the 6 sq. miles purchased from King Philip for L20, 10 S. Settlers drew lots for parcels of land in the Plantation.
And after a rough start, Wrentham was actually incorporated in 1673. And thus Wrentham was born. It is interesting to note that at various times throughout her history Wrentham has been known by a number of names including: Wollomonopoag, Sheldonville, Lake Pearl Station, and Wampum Station. Geography Located in Norfolk County,
Wrentham has grown to occupy some 22 sq. miles (59 km) with a population of more than 10, 500. Her neighbors include Franklin to the west, Norfolk to the north, Foxboro to the east, Plainville and Cumberland (RI) to the south, and Bellingham to the southwest.
The Wrentham elementary schools are less than 2 miles from this neighborhood. Local bus is across street. The Regional middle and high school buses are 1 block away. Regional towns that share the Middle and High School are Norfolk, Plainville and Wrentham.
The regional schools are King Phillip Middle and King Phillip High School. Wrentham High School from Great Schools website:
This neighborhood celebrates the holidays with Easter egg hunts, neighborhood holiday party and many pounds of candy is needed for Halloween.
There is a Home Owners Association of $275 due yearly to maintain the common grounds and the mail house. Check out the video on this amazing home below:
For more information contact Sheila Moylan at (781)956-6591 or email at firstname.lastname@example.org.