Shaw Farm Village
45 Shaw Farm Road
Shaw Farm Village sits amidst wooded tracts and pasturelands on the far northwestern outskirts of the City of Concord in Middlesex County. It extends westwards just off Massachusetts Route 2A, a two lane roadway linking the West Concord neighborhood with the suburb of North Acton. This increasingly suburban location lies north of the Concord Turnpike.
Online information reports the developer envisioned Shaw Farm Village as a unique enclave of eight lovely Colonial style single family dwellings organized into a patio home condo community. The builder completed and sold many of the residences here in 2014 and 2015. The condos line both sides of Shaw Farm Road, and reportedly share a large, expansive landscaped lawn.
The eight units here occur as standalone detached wood frame patio homes. All display a Colonial style of architecture, built to contain at least two levels. These dwellings line the Shaw Farm Road cul-de-sac. Decorative white rail fences demarcate some areas near the entrance to the residential community.
One value promoted in this development relates to energy efficiency. The builder sought to emphasize this quality throughout the condo community by installing Energy Star appliances. These homes also offer window shutters, and other energy saving features.
The dwellings here use asphalt and fiberglass shingle roofing materials and display elegant wood flooring. They tend towards large sizes; some provide 2,769 square feet of living space (including basements). These homes sit on a 1.2 acre lot. Most include at least a one car attached garage and a paved driveway.
Elegant Colonial Style Single Family Patio Homes
The residences in this development offer a variety of different floor plans. However, all of the units furnish open design elements. They supply modern kitchens. Many include fireplaces, and elegant crown molding accents.
Online sources report the homes in this now-completed development originally sold in the upper $600,000 listing category. The monthly HOA fee at that time stood in the low $200 per month range. It reportedly covers landscaping, roadway maintenance, sewer, master insurance, and snow removal services.
Current information remains limited due to the comparatively small size of this residential community and the development's recent construction. Homes in this quiet suburban setting reach the real estate marketplace from time to time. However, prospective buyers may need to wait for extended periods in order to locate a unit here due to the limited number of properties.
Shaw Farm Village lies in a formerly rural location which has begun to undergo development. Some stores and gas stations serve customers a short distance south of this site. However, residents commute into Acton or Concord to access additional shopping and dining opportunities.
Concord Public Schools serve this area. Youngsters here reportedly travel 1.4 miles to reach an elementary school, 2.2 miles to reach middle school, and 3.3 miles to reach Carlisle High School in Concord. Several potential employers maintain facilities nearby.