South Natick is a fine and decent area to live. Good overall location; close enough to Boston and the main businesses on Rt 495 and 128.... Plenty of parks and green space.
In my opinion, I've heard some questionable things from Pulte. They are one of the only national homebuilders that have done anything in Massachusetts. Them and Toll Brothers. Most people that I talk with would rather work with a local/ regional Builder instead of the big corporate entity. If you want some more detailed info on things I've heard Re: Pulte, feel free to give me a call or email.
Thanks and good lcuk,
I know that beauty is in the eye of the beholder, but this development is very dense, big and fortress-like. It looks like it should be in a densely settled area with high rise apartment buildings, not in the older, less developed, more suburban neighborhood where it is located.
Also, to say on their web site that Natick is 15 minutes from Boston is laughable. Hello? It takes 35-45 minutes to get to downtown Boston from Natick at top speeds on the Mass Pike.
I am very up to date regarding the South Natick Hills project by Pulte. My closest friend sold Pulte the land which used to be a great 50 acre family run farm that I bailed hay on. The views are amazing on the top of the property and the location is perfect. The town off Sherborn is 1 mile down the street and downtown Natick is 1 mile from the property. Pulte Homes has a reputation of building a quality home and from the models I've seen, they are very well built. I love this property!!
Obviously, if you need any further detail or would like to visit the prroperty I would love to work with you. I also live 2 miles down the road and I am very well networked in the area.
Century 21 Commonwealth
Natick, MA 01760
Let me say this- in general- It is usually better and safer to work with someone that is local and actually lives in the community in or near he is building. In building a buying a new construction home, you can guarantee that there will be certain problems and issues after you move in with different things- and if the builder is someone that people run into at the local store or at Town Hall, you might get a little more traction than with these large national companies. Again, that is just my opinion. And I did work for a small local builder- so maybe my views are a little skewed.
I can say a little more if you want to Private Message me, etc. Thanks,