Wayland Condo

New Listing in Wayland - Fabulous Mainstone Farm Condo

WAYLAND - Enjoy easy living in this "Fox Glove" style unit at the Meadows at Mainstone. The open floor plan combines the living room and dining room into a great room with a gas fireplace and access to an outdoor deck. Cathedral ceilings with skylights provide loads of natural daylight. The first floor Master Bedroom has loads of closet space while the en suite bath has a jet tub, stall shower and double sink vanity. The bright kitchen has abundant cabinetry, granite counters and generous counter space. The eat-in area offers a landscaped view.The loft area has a family room plus a second bedroom, large enough to be the Master. There is good closet space plus a bath with a tub/shower. The lower level has 1331 s.f. of additional space. Convenient to Routes 20, 30, local shopping and restaurants. EXCLUSIVE $749,000

5 room, 2 bed, 2f 1h bath Townhouse

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4 Open Houses in Wellesley and Wayland on Sun., June 26

OH Sun., 11-1

50 Elm St., Wellesley

13 room, 6 bed, 4f 1h bath Colonial




OH Sun., 12-2

34 Pleasant Street, Unit 5, Wellesley

8 room, 3 bed, 3f 1h bath Townhouse






OH Sun., 12-2

1802 Wisteria Way, Wayland

8 room, 2 bed, 2f 1h bath Townhouse




OH Sun., 2:30-4

619A Washington St., Wellesley

7 room, 3 bed, 3f 1h bath Townhouse


New Listing in Wayland - Beautiful condo at The Meadows

WAYLAND - Don't miss this meticulously maintained Preston Unit at "The Meadows" This spacious home features an open concept floor plan with cathedral ceilings. The sparkling white kitchen has granite countertops and an eat-in area with a built-in desk. The open dining/living area has custom cabinetry and a gas fireplace. A deck from the dining room overlooks private woods. The second floor has a multi purpose loft currently used as an office, a large bedroom, and an additional family room with custom built-ins. A large walk-in storage closet and full bath complete the second floor. The walk-out basement has a finished recreation room, large walk in cedar closet and 2 separate storage areas. This is a very special home in a great suburban location with access to major commuter routes and shopping. EXCLUSIVE $775,000

8 room, 2 bed, 2f 1h bath Townhouse

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The best in condo living in Wayland

WAYLAND - The best of condo living. Spacious rooms w/beautiful proportions. Fireplaced LR & FR, separate Dr, eat-in kitchen w/direct entry from 2 car garage, 1st floor master and laundry, 2nd floor suite and office space. All in immaculate condition. Private and lush backyard.
EXCLUSIVE $849,000
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Look for MLS # 70876394 (scroll down and look under CONDOS)

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  1. Kazuaki on

    Well, Marti, you sound like a farm girl. Your sun flower image looks like rays of sun and joy coinmg out of a cloud of green. They point to an out of focus flower in the distance that still brings a smile to my face, in spite of being blurred. The sun flower does bloom at the end of summer but it is a bloom that causes me to be happy and makes me want to smile. I don't know why they affect me that way but they always have. I use to drive past big fields of them when I was growing up in rural southern Illinois. In the morning they would be looking to the east, waiting for the sun rise and then in the evening they were watching the west to see the sun set. They were almost like friends that I could believe in and feel comfortable with. I have a big bouquet of them on the dining room table right now and they bring such brightness and happiness to my home. After having passed through 8 decades, the end of summer is totally different for me now than it was as I was growing up. Now, summer just fades smoothly into fall with a wonderful change in color, cooler temperatures and closure of swimming pool, but it is still a happy time for me. I no longer have to worry about getting back into a school mode (something I hated but did a lot of). Seemed like I lost some of my freedom because of going to school. As I look back, it would have been nice to look forward to learning about new things and enjoying the chance to do that. The end of summer meant being controlled by assignments and dead lines, with the weekends being small escapes into my own life. I have always loved the changing seasons and each one had its positives and negatives. The good thing is that I always knew that spring would be back in a matter of months and I could get my life back and feel that sense of freedom again.Your story of the ending summer is inspirational and has caused me to sit back and remember the past, something I don't do often. Thank you for your presence.Wes