“For the discriminating home buyer who is seeking true contemporary architectural design in a tri-level or ranch home, there is nothing to compare with Westover Estates in Norwood.” says Leo Wolf of Norwood Properties. Inc.
“Here is a planned community of homes in a traditional New England setting. At Westover Estates ‘planned individuality’ is the keynote.”
Westover Estates is located 14 miles from Boston and is easily reached by Route 128 or 1 and train facilities are available directly from Norwood Station or at Route 128 Station, only 10 minutes away. There is also ample bus transportation making connections with M.T.A. service.
“A home owner in Westover Estates has the advantage of recreational facilities not far from his front door” Wolf continues. “Willett Pond, over a mile long, offers bathing, boating, and fishing, and is only a few minutes away by car. Several fine golf courses and country clubs are close by. Children have the advantage of supervised playground activities planned for them by the town of Norwood,
“School facilities couldn’t be better, for just five minutes away is Norwood’s beautiful Senior High School. A proposed elementary school is planned so close by that it will be within walking distance for every child. Norwoods large shopping center can readily be reached by car or bus.”
The interiors of both model homes have been planned and executed by Colony House of Brookline and are designed for modern living. The services of the Colony House design staff are available to home owners at Westover Estates without charge. There are two completely furnished and decorated model homes open for inspection daily and Sunday from 11 a. m. to dark.
11 Sep 1955, Sun The Boston Globe (Boston, Massachusetts)
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