Bedrooms One, two and three bedroom units
Water/sewer Public, sub-counter
Utilities Paid by tenant (gas)
Car park $35 per month for reserved outdoor space; $200 per month for a garage space
Perhaps best known for its outlet shopping, Wrentham has more to offer than bargain prices, including a bucolic New England town center, the 1,000-acre woodland of Wrentham State Forest and Patriot Place – a short jaunt on Route 1 to nearby Foxborough.
A more recent attraction is The Point at Wrentham apartment complex. The 240-unit development — which comprises three four-story buildings — opened in 2019 and offers amenities such as a resort-style pool, fitness center, work spaces with Mac computers, and a gym. interactive games.
The model unit for the Point is what owner/manager Panco Management calls its Greenwich floor plan. This is a 763 square foot, one bedroom, one bath apartment that currently rents for $2,228. The complex also offers units with two bedrooms and two bathrooms, and three bedrooms and two bathrooms.
Entry into the model unit immediately leads into a rectangular space that encompasses the kitchen and living room, which share wood-look vinyl plank flooring. The open-plan kitchen features gray and white granite countertops, a white subway tile backsplash, gray cabinets and open shelving above the stainless steel sink. The appliances are also stainless steel and the stove is electric. There is an island with a granite top that matches the counter, with seating for three.
Across from the kitchen is the laundry closet with a stacked washer/dryer, a standard feature of every unit.
The adjoining living room has a ceiling fan which assists the central air conditioning. A set of rectangular windows brings in natural light. But there is also another source of sunshine: a glass door opens onto the private balcony. All units have a private balcony or patio.
A door from the living room leads to the bedroom, which has a wall that includes two large windows welcoming the sun from the balcony. The model has the same vinyl plank flooring as the rest of the apartment, though half of the resort’s units have carpeted bedrooms.
The closet is a passage that connects to the single bathroom. The model bathroom has a single white porcelain sink in the granite vanity that matches the kitchen, a shower/tub insert, and shelves for towels, shampoo, and other items.
Pets are welcome, with some restrictions and fees, as are cats. The development offers a 24-hour pet spa as well as a dog park, which is also open 24 hours.
As soon as the weather returns, residents have access to a supervised outdoor swimming pool. Other outdoor amenities include seating areas, three outdoor barbecue grills, a fire pit, and a playground. The indoor fitness center has weights, a pair of Peloton bikes, a rowing machine, and other equipment. It is open 24 hours a day.
The development has a large club room for socializing as well as a game room with a Pac-Man setup, a kitchen for use with private meetings, a conference room and – when a quiet location is required – cabins for Work at home. These public spaces are accessible 24 hours a day.
Amenities are free; utilities (heating is gas) are paid by the resident. Reserved outdoor parking spaces are available for $35 per month and garage spaces for $200 per month.
The Point At Wrentham has an office on site and is currently 96% leased.
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