Huckins Farm is an award winning planned condominium community outside Boston.
It offers 164 privately owned homes, an antique farmhouse, and on-site equestrian center with a barn and paddocks. This prized real estate was once owned by the first governor of Massachusetts, and was once a working farm with an apple orchard for over 200 years.
Today it is ecologically protected and preserves nearly 70 percent of its land as dedicated conservation land.
Groups of homes are clustered on cul-de-sacs with miles of woodland, open paddocks, meadows and river view trails for walking and horse riding. Huckins Farm borders the Great Meadows Wildlife Refuge, a 3,000 acre national conservation area and the Minnie Reid conservation area.
The equestrian community combines the beauty of old New England with welcome modern amenities. On the property is a recreation center with a clubhouse, tennis courts, and an outdoor swimming pool and hot tub.
Only fifteen miles northwest of Boston, Huckins Farm offers you every metropolitan advantage, yet it is a secluded retreat for you and your horses. The equestrian ambiance establishes Huckins Farm as a unique concept community prized by horse and nature lovers.
The Equestrian Center boasts a 22 stall stable available for homeowners and private boarders. The facility has two riding arenas, a sand ring and a full size lighted dressage ring with bluestone mix, several individual paddock turnouts, and four large group turnouts on fourteen acres of pastureland. A small cross-country course and miles of riding trails meander through the property.