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At a Glance
Studio, One (1) or Two (2) Bedroom Apartments in Framingham, MA
Why Live Here?
Water View Village Apartments at Framingham are setting the standard for gracious and convenient suburban living outside of Boston. The light, airy and spacious studio, 1 bedroom and 2 bedroom apartment residences at Water View Village offer the low maintenance and easy lifestyle your looking for. Cats are welcome at this property. Your fully applianced kitchen is nicely appointed and ready for cooking delicious meals in the comfort of your own home. Your comfort and enjoyment of the special Water View Village Apartments community will be enhanced by the onsite fitness center, pool and sundeck. There are ample washers and dryers in the well-located laundry rooms to make household chores a snap. Please call for an appointment today Framingham, MA is approximately located in relation to: 6 miles West of Natick, MA; 10 miles West of Wellesley, MA; 6 miles Northeast of Sherborn, MA; 8 miles North of Holliston, MA; 4 miles North of Ashland, MA; 7 miles Northeast of Hopkington, MA; 9 miles East of Westborough, MA; 4 miles East of Southborough, MA and 7 miles Southeast of Marlborough, MA.
Pet Policy
Restrictions or other terms: Some Restrictions Apply. Call for Details.
Surface Lot
Most parking is free. Please call for details.
Building Information
  • Units: 281
Lease Terms
Lease Terms: 6-15 months


About Framingham, MA

Framingham, a wealthy little town voted 36 by CNN Money Magazine as one of the \Best Places to Live in the US\, is located in Massachusetts' Middlesex County. Single family houses line the streets in this eastern Massachusetts town, but multi-family homes and apartments are still abundant. Once known as the Old Connecticut Path on the Native American trail used to travel from Massachusetts Bay southward to Connecticut, Framingham has a rich history combining modern life with colonial charm.