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Marini Management

Contact: Marie Nalli
Direct: 781-828-5781
mnalli@marinimgmt.com
John S Marini Management Co,
345 Neponset Street,
MA 02021

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We support and comply fully with The Fair Housing Act which prohibits discrimination in housing due to: Race or color, National Origin, Religion, Sex, Family Status (including children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians; pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18), Handicap individuals or those with Disabilities.

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Lenox Village

A Smart Growth Community in Norwood, Massachusetts

60 Lenox Street Front Elevation
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Feb 02, 2018 Only C unit 11 remains on the market.
60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Kitchen
60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Kitchen

60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Family Room
60 Lenox First Floor Plans
60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Family Room with Wet Bar

60 Lenox Street Unit 11 is a fully furnished home the builder originally intended to own.
On floor 2 it has a master bedroom, with a walk-in closet and master bath, a study (office) which can also be used as a bedroom. On floor 1 is an open plan kitchen dining living room with a walk out to a deck, and another bedroom with a full bath. In the basement is a 1 car garage, a fully furnished family room with a wet bar (man cave), a half bath, and a walk out patio.
This luxurious home is truly a turn-key option for the right buyer.

60 Lenox Street Unit Type-A End Unit 3 Bedroom Floor Plans
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60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Study Home Office
60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Study
60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Master Bath
60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Master Bath
60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Living Room
60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Living Room
60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Entry and Stairway
60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Entry and Stairway
60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Bedroom
60 Lenox Street Unit 11 Bedroom


Norwood… a Great Place to Call Home

the information below is from WIKIPEDIA

Norwood town seal

Norwood is a town and census-designated place in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, United States. Norwood is part of the Greater Boston area. As of the 2010 census, the population was 30,602. The town was named after Norwood, England. Norwood is on the Neponset River, which runs all the way to Boston Harbor from Foxborough.

Transportation

Norwood Central MBTA Station
  • U.S. 1 is a major artery through Norwood. ( Runs from West Roxbury to Providence, RI.)
  • Three MBTA Commuter Rail stations on the Forge Park-495 line or Franklin Line, with daily service. The stations are Norwood Depot, Norwood Central and Windsor Gardens.
  • Norwood Memorial Airport
  • Interstate 95
  • MBTA bus route 34E

History

The Battle of Lexington and Concord

The Town of Norwood, officially formed in 1872, was until that time part of Dedham, known as the "mother of towns", as fourteen of the present communities of eastern Massachusetts lay within its original borders. Long used as a hunting ground by Indians, Norwood was first settled by Ezra Morse in 1678. He set up a sawmill in what is now South Norwood, the part of town to which the first concentration of families, almost all of whom were farmers, migrated over the next half-century.

Oak View Mansion, Norwood, MA

During the American Revolution, there was a Minuteman company organized in the area. Its captain, Aaron Guild, on learning of the British marching on Lexington and Concord, to seize the munitions stored there, rode to join the fight and arrived in time to fire on the British at Concord Bridge and participate in the running battle that chased the Redcoats back to Boston.

Abraham Lincoln passed through the town during his pre-inaugural tour of New England.

The Oak View Mansion, located in Norwood, was built by Francis Olney Winslow. Construction began in 1868 and was completed in 1870. Oak View was the scene of almost constant socializing. Some of the most prominent figures hosted in Oak View were President and future Supreme Court Justice William Howard Taft and President Calvin Coolidge.

The town shares its name with a town in the borough of Croydon, South London, England.

Education

The Norwood Public Schools operates seven schools, and an additional school institution, The Willett Early Childhood Center (serves preschool and kindergarten children). The public elementary schools located in Norwood include: Balch, Callahan, Cleveland, Oldham, and Prescott.

Norwood has one public middle school, the Dr. Philip O. Coakley Middle School (serving 6th through 8th graders) (formerly Norwood Junior High South), where all five elementary schools combine. Norwood also has a public high school, Norwood High School (NHS) (serves grades 9–12). The original Norwood High School, built in the 1920s, has been replaced by a new building, which opened in 2011. The new building incorporates the iconic portico and cupola that identified the original building in its design. The school mascot: Mustangs; its colors are blue, white and gold. Sports include football, swimming, gymnastics, baseball, softball, basketball, soccer, field hockey, track and field, tennis, ice hockey, volleyball, wrestling, lacrosse, and cross-country. NHS also offers various fine arts programs which include a drama troupe, string orchestra, wind ensemble, marching band, jazz band, various choruses, and a madrigal choir. The music program has been considered to be one of the finest in the country for over forty years. In 2000, the NHS Jazz Ensemble won the national high school championship. The theater department is active and puts on several shows every year.

Built in 2005, Universal Technical Institute is the newest post-secondary education center in Norwood. It is an automotive technical school featuring the Mercedes Benz Elite MSAT and the Ford FACT specialized training programs. The campus is located at 1 Upland Road, less than a mile from the Boston Providence Pike.

Norwood is also home to a private school system offering technology-oriented programs ITT Technical Institute. ITT Tech offers career-focused degree programs available at this location.

Business

A large cluster of automobile dealerships on Route 1 is known as the Norwood "Automile". The concept of having competing dealerships join together to publicize the "Automile" as an automobile shopping center was largely the work of Ernie Boch, famous in the Boston area for his ads urging people to "Come on down!"

University Avenue in Norwood is the site of both semiconductor company Analog Devices Inc and medical software provider MEDITECH, Medical Information Technology, Inc., actually across the border in Westwood.

Architecture

  • Norwood's town square is dominated by its town hall, the Norwood Memorial Municipal Building (Town Hall). It includes a 50-bell carillon tower housing the Walter F. Tilton Memorial Carillon, one of nine carillons in Massachusetts and the seventh-largest in the United States. On the National Register of Historic Places.
  • Morrill Memorial Library (1898–99), Joseph Ladd Neal, architect.

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14 North Meadows Road,
Medfield, MA 02052

We support and comply fully with The Fair Housing Act which prohibits discrimination in housing due to: Race or color, National Origin, Religion, Sex, Family Status (including children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians; pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18), Handicap individuals or those with Disabilities.