History of Saxonville a Neighborhood in Framingham, MA

Saxonville is an unincorporated village located in Framingham, Massachusetts. It’s a neighborhood that borders the towns of Natick and Ashland with many houses dating back to early 1900s.

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The street names are all taken from Saxon family members who were prominent landowners at the time when Framingham was first settled. Some notable landmarks around this area include: Elmwood Elementary School, Grafton Bridge (built in 1806 by Elias Carter), Bay State Skate Park, Saxony Pond and Lake Cochituate.

There have been some recent controversies regarding development on farmland owned by Anthony J Riccio Jr as well as strip mall planned for 72 acres off Route 135 near Powisset Farm Road but these projects still need to be approved by Town of Framingham.

The population is approximately 1200 people with a median income estimated at $128,000 in 2010 based on 2000 census data and it’s considered one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Massachusetts.

Today , there are many traditional houses throughout Saxonville as well as some new construction.