Our Journal

First Week Hikes

One of the benefits of living at Wolcott Woods, a new 55+ community, is getting to enjoy the trails, wildlife, and views found in the Blue Hills Reservation. Hikes in the Blue Hills are among the options featured by Boston Globe Media for getting outdoors during “First Week” this year. The 2021 twist to the annual tradition of First Day Hikes, which started at the Blue Hills Reservation in 1992 to jumpstart the new year by getting outside and promoting exercise.

Read more about the tradition and hiking recommendations in The Boston Globe.

Winter Wonderland

Last week Wolcott Woods was blanketed in New England’s first snow. Untouched, the site looked amazing after the last flakes subsided. Living at Milton’s newest 55+ community will be seasonally magical as shown in the images…a true Winter Wonderland

Phase I 40% Sold

Phase I 40% sold: The construction activity at Wolcott Woods is moving fast, with the first two homes well underway.  From the sill plate image in early in November when it was 28 degrees and the framers were in sweatshirts, to a full frame and shell three weeks later, the building at Wolcott Woods is impressive.

A Busy Fall

It’s been a busy Fall and as October comes to a close the first two foundations at Wolcott Woods are well underway  Next the framing will start, and the properties will really begin to take shape. With the perfect weather over the last few weeks, many buyers have visited the site to see Phase I and pick out their floor plan design and location.  It’s an exciting time for our new residents to see their homes being built.

Fall is in Full Swing in Milton

We have been incredibly busy talking to interested parties and putting several units under contract.  How exciting to meet with the founding members the Wolcott Woods 55+ community and walk everyone through Northland’s vision of exceptional design with the beautiful and now colorful Blue Hills as a backdrop. There is a chill in the air, and the leaves are beginning to fall. The town of Milton is blanketed in beautiful red and yellow trees, giving it that classic image of New England that you think of when you think of Fall. This year, the leaves are brighter and more colorful than ever. The Blue Hills Reservation, which abuts the site for Wolcott Woods, is so picturesque with the vibrant colors set upon the backdrop of the Boston skyline.