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The Gables in Abington MA

The Gables consists of 220 luxury condominiums set on 41 natural wooded acres off North Quincy Street in the Town of Abington. The Gables is bounded by Ames Nowell State Park, which consists of 430 acres of park woodlands. The Gables is close in proximity to all amenities yet nestled away to enjoy the tranquility this community offers.

We have given great thought in the design of your condominium by offering a variety of floor plan options, quality name brand products and materials. Many luxurious features are included such as: whirlpool tub, fireplace, tile flooring in bathrooms and kitchen, central air conditioning and much more. We offer several upgrades, which will allow you to customize your unit to your specific tastes.

The Gables will offer a Tennis Court, Community Building with an Exercise Room, where you can relax, converse, and enjoy games with your friends, and neighbors.

Magnificently landscaped, The Gables offers more than just condominium living, it provides a lifestyle for years to come. 

The Gables Site Plan - Phase III

  • Available
  • Under Agreement
  • Sold
  • Model Home

 

 

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Abington is a small community in the South Shore area. The population of the town is around 15,000. Abington is primarily a residential community, although its roots were in manufacturing and agriculture (especially the shoe industry.) Residents are proud of the parks and recreation facilities, which have produced several fine athletes. The town enjoys a fine school system and full-time fire and police departments. Town facilities include a public library and municipal golf course. There are also several active civic organizations. Annual celebrations include everything from an enthusiastic St. Patrick’s Day parade, to huge 4th of July celebration attracting thousands from the South Shore. Abington is a stop on the MBTA’s newly reactivated South Shore commuter rail line as well. Recently the community has grown as a result of the reopening of the Old Colony Railroad, which connects the town to Boston by rail. At the same time, the town keeps its feet planted firmly on the ground in a desire to maintain the high quality of life that makes Abington a special place to live.

 

 


32 Norfolk Avenue
South Easton, MA 02375
Phone: 508.230.2300 
Fax: 508.230.3676 

 

 

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