MetroWest Real Estate News

June 26, 2018

Pure Inspiration Surrounds Boylston Property

Gather in the garden and become inspired at Tower Hill Botanic Garden. Beauty is all around with flowering plants and vibrant greenery on the Boylston property. Seventeen themed gardens provoke feelings of joy and wonder as folks journey along their paths.

The Entry Garden bids visitors hello. Here the history of the gardens and those who have cared for it since its inception are outlined. Points of interest include edible and native plants. Nearby the Cottage Garden blooms bright with peonies, day-lilies and bearded iris. Trees and shrubs provide shady spots to stop and take it all in. Gardeners living in the area often choose parts of this garden to mimic in the backyard of their Boylston homes. Along the bend, the sweet scents of apples wafts through the air in the Frank L. Harrington Apple Orchard. Tastings occur once a year in October during the Fall Fest.

Uncover the Secret Garden Hidden Nearby Boylston Homes

Nearby, behold the loveliness of the Winter Garden which lasts all year long. Heartier plants including perreneals and berry bushes thrive in this space which sits alongside the Stoddard Education and Visitors Center. Many reflect by Domitian’s Pool, highlighting two bronze fountains fashioned after the Eastern Box Turtle. Stories are retold in The Secret Garden that is partly hidden by the Lawn Garden. Delight is felt by those discovering this hidden fragrant gem. Birdwatching is best in the Wildlife Garden. Once a disastrous dumping ground the Tower Hill Botanic Garden painstakingly restored the garden to its current enchanting state. 

Regular hours are Tuesday to Sunday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Free After Three Admission welcomes one and all with complimentary access to the grounds. Special programs are often in the works. Spring into Wellness promotes healthy living with a fun run, yoga demonstrations and more. October Oddities places a spotlight on the prickly and odd shaped plants growing about the grounds. Join in on the action by entering unique contests.

Experience beauty in its truest form at the Tower Hill Botanic Garden. Take some time to smell the flowers and enjoy the simple things in life.

 

Posted in News
June 26, 2018

Cool Times Await on Natick Property

Skate onto the ice any time of year on Natick property. At the William L. Chase Arena winter sports last through all the seasons. From hockey to ice skating, it’s all in the house. Located at 35 Windsor Avenue fun on the ice rink is just minutes away.

There’s smiles all around on during public skate. For generations folks living in Natick have been gathering together for these cool moments. Socializing at its best, public skate offers safe, amusing recreation for kids of all ages. Admittance and skate rental is only $10.00 total, making this an affordable excursion. When all that skating stirs up an appetite, the Ice Box Cafe is open and ready to help. Serving snacks and other tasty tidbits hunger pains are sure to go away quickly. Weekday and weekend times mix it up on the calendar. Birthday parties are also a blast with the lucky child being the envy of all who attend. Party packages include time on the ice and a private room for presents, cake and games. 

Hockey Players Living in Natick Get in the Game

It’s easy to master the art of skating with quality lessons offered on the Natick property. Follow the path to figure skating glory with Skating Specialty Classes. Children as young as three can step out onto the ice. Students learn the basics including power, conditioning, edges and dance. Once swirling and twirling, competitions and team placements are possible. Hockey fans are a bit more rough and tumble. A variety of hockey programs meet the needs and ages of all levels of athletes. Skate 1 gets newbies comfortable on the ice, then Bruins Fundamentals adds in key skills. The Bruins Fundamentals Advanced class puts participants right in the action with game scenarios, team work tactics and actual game play. Camps, clinics and workshops build confidence and enthusiasm. Leagues liven up the joint with regular games.

Skate onto the rink at the William L. Chase Arena and feel your troubles melt away. Hours are seasonal and should be checked online before heading over. Additional information can be obtained by calling 508.655.1013.

 

Posted in News
June 25, 2018

Historic Holes in One Happen on Wayland Property

Generations of memories have been made on Wayland property at the Sandy Burr Country Club. With almost a century of history to boast of, this is a place where the most prominent of athletes have excelled in spectacular bouts of golf. Families throughout the times have graced the grounds socializing and completing spectacular golf games. Expertly designed by Donald Ross, the beauty of the club course has stood the test of time aweing both newcomers and members with its stunning natural ambiance.

Youngsters Living in Wayland Learn the Game

Serious athletes wanting to improve upon their play take advantage of expert instruction. Junior programs offer tutelage to children as young as six. Open to all skill levels, clinics and seasonal camps place an emphasis on fundamentals and fun. Those who find they have a knack for the sport can join PGA Junior Leagues and delve deeper into the realm of golf. Adult clinics work toward improving individual skills for perfect moments of play.

Couples living in Wayland find the serene settings at Sandy Burr perfect for starting off married life together. Wonderful wedding coordinators eagerly fine tune details for special days. Both indoor and outdoor ceremony spots set the scene for blissful events.

Hunger stirs when the sun rises. Luckily the Grill at Sandy Burr opens bright and early. Breakfast dishes are deliciously served from 6 to 11 a.m. The afternoon menu features sandwiches, salads and appetizers. Golfers coming in from the course often share appetizer platters of fried pickles, mozzarella cheese sticks and wicked wings. Friends raise ice cold beers to toast great shots and drown their sorrows in commiseration for disappointing play at key holes.

Tee times can be reserved online so gather some friends and get out on the green. Join the eclub for the latest happenings or call 508.358.7211 for more information.

 

Posted in News
July 31, 2017

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