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Wondering about the towns where we build our homes & condos? Learn more about these thriving Massachusetts communities!


Medway is a small community with a population of 12,752. While it began as a small farming town, it was not long before the water power of the Charles River and Chicken Brook encouraged the formation of cotton and paper mills, straw and boot factories, and other small industries. As Medway is located near Route 495, it is easy to reach neighboring towns as well as downtown Boston. Residents of Elite’s Millstone Valley, a 55+ community, will appreciate everything the area has to offer, from lunch at the neighborhood Medway Cafe to a walk or jog at Friends of Choate Park to a visit to the Medway Historical Society. Other notable aspects of Medway include:

  • The Medway Dog Park/Henry Garnsey Canine Recreation Area  is a fenced-in, well-maintained outdoor setting for you and your canine companions! Let your dogs romp, socialize, and run off-leash in a safe, green space.
  • Enjoy the family-owned Galante’s Restaurant, where breakfast is a specialty. It’s friendly, welcoming, and with a large menu and plenty of free coffee refills!
  • Enchanted Fox  is a charming shop is a combination bookstore, gift shop, and healing arts space. Shop for unique gifts or get centered with a yoga or meditation class!
  • The Medway Historical Society is a local institution, and an ideal place to learn more about this Massachusetts town. Established in 1902, there is a selection of journals, tools, artwork, dolls, and more that reflect the town’s past.
  • There are plenty of adult fitness programs offered in Medway, including yoga, water fitness, and Pilates. There are also enrichment classes such as painting, sewing 101, cooking, and knitting.


Residents of Elite’s Gristmill Village, with its beautiful single-family homes, will enjoy the historic town of Grafton, MA, just an hour outside of Boston.  The town’s population, according to 2014 town records, is 14,268. Grafton has stood tall in the industrialization of the Blackstone Valley. Visit Grafton’s charming Willard House & Clock Museum, enjoy Sunday brunch at Breakfast at Stephanie’s, and savor plenty of outdoor activities.

  • Stop by Pecorino’s, a boutique wine and cheese shop, to stock up on weekend goodies or prepare for hosting a dinner party.
  • The Willard House & Clock Museum makes a fun and educational way to spend an afternoon. The museum exhibits the clocks made by clockmakers from Grafton, Boston, Lexington, Roxbury between 1766 and 1825.
  • The Quinsigamond State Park, located between Worcester and Shrewsbury, offers picnic areas, a swimming beach, boating, and tennis courts.
  • Great area schools, including North Street Elementary, Grafton Elementary, Grafton Middle School, and Grafton High School.
  • If you’re looking for a great spot to take the kids on the weekend, The EcoTarium (located in nearby Worcester) is the place to be. It is an indoor-outdoor museum with wildlife, trails for strolling, and a digital planetarium!


Walpole is a quintessential small New England town that began as a territory claimed by the Neponset Native American tribe with a population of  approximately 24,070. Residents of Elite’s Brookside Village, a 55+ community in Walpole, MA, will enjoy the close proximity to Adams Farm, Route 495, and plenty of amenities.

  • Francis William Bird Park is a beautiful spot to savor nature. Enjoy walking or jogging on the various trails and bridges, or just sit and appreciate the wildlife, ponds, and natural beauty around you. There’s a playground for kids, tennis courts, and even movie nights and concerts in the warmer months.
  • The Farmer in the Dell is a popular bakery and cafe offering seasonal gourmet fare. They are committed to offering homestyle food that is fresh and comforting. Dine in or take out!
  • Adams Farm is a unique location made up of approximately 365 acres of town-owned land purchased as the result of an override voted in 1997 by the residents of Walpole. Enjoy snowshoeing in winter, hiking trails, picnics, horseback riding, mountain biking, bird-watching, and more!
  • If you’re a Patriots fan, you will enjoy The Hall at Patriot Place (in Foxborough, a neighboring town) with its technology-rich exhibits and plenty of Patriots memorabilia from over the years!
  • Stay active and involved in the community at the Aurelia M. Newell Senior Center. It is a great spot to take classes and join clubs, such as writing, Mah Jongg, Tai Chi, and Zumba!

New Condos Coming Soon! Bellingham:

Bellingham, MA sits on the southwestern fringe of Metropolitan Boston, along the rapidly growing "outer belt" that is Route 495. It is formally a part of the Boston–Cambridge–Quincy metropolitan statistical area, as well as the Providence metropolitan area. Residents of our non age-restricted Bellingham Village condos (coming soon!) will enjoy its proximity to downtown Boston, as well as many other features and amenities, including The Shoppes at Bellingham, close proximity to Blackstone Gorge, and great restaurants like the local Bellingham Palace.

  • Great area schools include Stall Brook Elementary, South Elementary, and Bellingham High.
  • Wenger’s Market, a specialty grocery store and farmers market, is the ideal spot to pick up farm fresh veggies and eggs, homemade baked goods, jams & jellies, arts & crafts, kitchen items, wine & spirits, and much more.
  • Nearby Blackstone Gorge is a wonder of natural beauty, and ideal for the whole family. Enjoy hiking trails with dramatic river views from the cliffs. Bask in the beauty of the waterfalls, walk your dogs on the trails, and take a picnic along in the warmer months.
  • The Shoppes at Bellingham is a shopping center with great retail stores such as Pier 1, Old Navy, and PetSmart, as well as dining options that include Whole Foods, Outback Steakhouse, and Uno’s. And for family entertainment, there’s a Regal Cinema.

No matter which of Elite’s communities you choose, you will find plenty of activities, great dining spots, and cultural activities. Each community is also rich in history and has plenty of activities for residents of all ages. And with 495 as the main route for each of these communities, getting to downtown Boston is a breeze!

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