Perfectly situated. What do we mean? Just outside Natick Center, along the Cochituate Rail Trail, across from The Navy Yard Field, near the banks of Cochituate State Park, and minutes to Route 9.
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Convenience is key! We're just 19 miles to downtown Boston:
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23 Willow Street, Natick, Massachusetts 01760, United States
The mission of Lilja School is to create a supportive, inclusive community that inspires everyone to be learners, reach their full potential, and become respectful, empowered citizens. Lilja is a local elementary school within the Natick School District, where schools are assigned by street.
Wilson Middle is a public school located in Natick, MA, which is in a large suburb setting. The student population of Wilson Middle is 869.
Natick High School is ranked 59th within Massachusetts. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement® coursework and exams. The AP® participation rate at Natick High School is 56%. The total minority enrollment is 24%. Natick High School is the only high school in the Natick Public Schools District.
23 Willow Street is located right on the Rail Trail!
The Cochituate Rail Trail (CRT) is a multi-use trail that runs from the Village of Saxonville in Framingham to Natick Center, a distance of 4 miles. The segment in Framingham was completed and paved first. In 2021, the Natick segment was opened for use and while it currently terminates at Whitney Field at the Navy Yard, it will be extended to the MBTA commuter rail station in Natick Center.
Much of the trail is quite scenic. Passing near streams and wetlands in Framingham (and, in the future, along the shores of Lake Cochituate in Natick), the trail is a beautiful linear park providing valuable open space through heavily developed sections of both towns. Due to its close proximity to office buildings, shopping centers, schools, and residential areas, it provides residents with an attractive alternative to driving. Once it is extended to the MBTA station, it will provide even greater transportation use.
The trail follows the former Saxonville Branch rail line southeast from Saxonville and will meet the active Boston-to-Worcester commuter line in Natick Center.
Trail surfaces: Asphalt, Concrete
Trail category: Rail-Trail
Length: 3.6 miles
Trail end points: Concord Street and Mechanic Street
Cochituate State Park's main feature is Lake Cochituate, which is made up of three linked ponds. However, the State Park has many uses:
Located within Cochituate State Park, this picturesque lake features boat rentals, picnic areas, fishing and miles of trails for birding, hiking and exploring.
A small park with newer playground, a small fenced off for little kids, a baseball field, walking path and basketball court
The Tony Anniballi Memorial Park at Pegan Cove brings you into the woods but is only a stone's throw from downtown Natick.
There are a variety of trails spread across this 22-acre park and is popular throughout all of the seasons.