Framingham, a large and lively suburban town, sits just 20 miles from both Boston and Worcester. Settled along the Old Connecticut Path in the mid-1600s, Framingham was incorporated into Massachusetts in 1700. Framingham, like many suburban communities, was shaped by the post-WWII baby boom. Framingham’s population increased dramatically and the housing built during this time were mainly single family homes in ranch or split level styles. Framingham, like much of New England, also houses a variety of homes in colonial fashion as well as apartment buildings and condos which are mainly located along or close to Route 9.
Today, Framingham houses a variety of different retail areas and family friendly recreation. Located in the Northwest neighborhood of Nobscot, The Garden in the Woods features the largest collection of wildflowers in New England while Bowditch Field, the main athletic area, sits between Framingham Center and it’s Downtown district. … Read More
Route 9 and The Massachusetts turnpike run through the middle of Framingham dividing the northern and southern parts of the town. Route 30, Route 126, and Route 135 are all easily accessible as well. The MBTA provides commuter rail service via the Framingham – Worcester Line, bus service to Logan Airport, and The Ride, a transit service for elderly and disabled citizens while Amtrak offers service to Chicago and Boston. Regional bus service that connects Framingham to other local towns is provided by the MWRTA (MetroWest Regional Transit Authority).
Map of Framingham, MA
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