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Westminster Place

About Holden, MA



The town of Holden was incorporated on January 9, 1741. Originally a rural farming town, it has grown into a prosperous community, spirited municipality. In June of 1951, the town adopted a Selectman-Town Manager form of government, one of the oldest in the Commonwealth.

Surrounded by the beautiful rolling hills of Central Massachusetts and dominated by hillsand rivers, including the Quinapoxet River. With close proximity to Worcester, you are able to take pleasure in numerous cultural and recreational activities.

Area Attractions:
Westminster Place is within walking distance of Chaffin Pond and minutes to town recreational facilities.

In Holden, there are many walking and bike trails and a recreational center where you can play tennis, basketball, or swim in the community pool during the summer months. The town also has a Senior Center that offers a variety of classes. The Greendale YMCA hosts a Senior Men’s Association, tennis, yoga, water aerobics and weight training. In nearby Worcester, you will find the Worcester Art Museum, Salisbury Mansion, Higgins Armory Museum, Mechanics Hall, Tuckerman’s Hall and the DCU Civic and Convention Center.

Schools:
First Congressional Church of Holden Nursery School
Montessori Country Day School (PK)
Immanuel Luteran Nursery School (PK)
Holden Christian Academy (PK-8)
Davis Hill Elementary School (K-5)
Mayo Elementary School (K-5)
Dawson Elementary School (K-5)
Mountview Middle School (6-8)
Wachusett Regional High School (9-12)

Local Restaurants:
Val’s Restaurant
Thai Island
MexiCali Fresh Mex Grill
Flip Flop’s
Holden Pizza
Blue Plate Lunch