$2,128 to $6,273
Year built 2019
Bedrooms One-, two-, and three-bedroom units
Water/sewer Public, sub-metered
Utilities Paid by tenant (gas)
Parking $35 a month for a reserved outdoor space; $200 a month for a garage spot
Perhaps best known for outlet shopping, Wrentham has more to offer than bargain pricing, including a bucolic New England town center, the 1,000 acres of woods at Wrentham State Forest, and Patriot Place — a short jaunt up Route 1 in neighboring Foxborough.
A more recent attraction is The Point at Wrentham apartment complex. The 240-unit development — which includes three four-floor buildings —opened in 2019 and features such amenities as a resort-style pool, fitness center, work areas with Mac computers, and an interactive game room.
The model unit for the Point is what owner/manager Panco Management calls its Greenwich floor plan. It’s a one-bedroom, one-bathroom, 763-square-foot apartment that currently rents for $2,228. The complex also offers units with two bedrooms and two baths, as well as three bedrooms and two baths.
Entering the model unit brings one immediately into a rectangular space that encompasses the kitchen and living room, which share vinyl plank flooring with a wood-like appearance. The galley kitchen features gray-and-white granite countertops, a white subway tile backsplash, gray cabinets, and open shelving over the stainless steel sink. The appliances also are stainless steel. The stove is electric. There is an island with a granite top that matches the counter, with seating for three.
Opposite the kitchen is a laundry closet with a stacked washer/dryer, a standard feature in every unit.
The adjoining living room has a ceiling fan that assists the central air conditioning. A set of rectangular windows brings in natural light, but there is also another source of sun: A glass door opens to the private balcony. All of the units come with either a balcony or a patio.
A doorway off the living room leads to the bedroom, which has a wall that includes two large windows welcoming sun from the balcony. The model has the same vinyl plank flooring as the rest of the apartment, although half of the units at the complex have carpeted bedrooms.
The closet is a walk-through that connects to the single bath. The model bathroom offers a single white porcelain sink, a granite counter that matches the kitchen, a shower/bath insert, and shelving for towels, shampoo, and other items.
Dogs are welcome at the complex, with some restrictions and a fee, and so are cats. The development provides a pet spa and a dog park; both are open 24 hours a day.
Once the warm weather returns, residents have access to an outdoor swimming pool with a lifeguard. Other outdoor amenities include sitting areas, three grills, a fire pit, and a game spot.
Indoors, the fitness center offers weights, a pair of Peloton bikes, and a rowing machine, among 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 Pac-Man, a kitchen for private gatherings, a conference room, and — when a quiet spot is needed — work-from-home cubicles. These public spaces are available . . . you guessed it: 24 hours a day.
The Point At Wrentham has an onsite office and is currently 96 percent leased.
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