Catch New England’s Finest Foliage from Your New Home at SouthField!


As we approach the middle stages of the fall season, the full-colored leaves on trees throughout New England will begin to soon fall to the ground before the winter season. When you call SouthField home, you have access to some of the finest foliage views around the Boston Metro area. The Commons at SouthField Highlands, along with The Commons on The Green each offer four stories of luxury-style apartment homes, each of which presents a picturesque and majestic view of the surrounding nature. The time is now however to lock up your apartment at The Commons! Space is limited, however we do have a very select choice in studio, one, and two bedroom apartment homes.

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Roofdeck on The Commons on The Green

Some of the aesthetic features of The Commons include:

  • Community furnished roof deck with grilling area
  • Entertainment space with catering kitchen
  • Grilling patio & fire pit
  • Valet trash service
  • 1/3 mile from MBTA Commuter Rail station
  • Saltwater Swimming pool plus sundeck with poolside grill
  • Invigorating fitness center
  • 100% smoke free
  • Pet-friendly WOOF!
  • WiFi Cafe & clubhouse

Apartment Highlights include:

  • Bamboo flooring*
  • Bathroom double vanity sinks
  • Granite countertops*
  • 36″ custom kitchen cabinets plus pantry
  • Ice makers
  • Townhomes with attached garages*
  • Crown moulding
  • Private street-level entrances*
  • Washer and dryer in each home!

Looking to come by and take a tour of The Commons? Give our leasing center a call today at 781-340-0200 to book a tour of the community or shoot an email to

Get Up & Go: Apple Picking!

Autumn in Massachusetts means delightfully crisp temperatures and even crunchier apples. This week’s Get Up & Go! offers five local orchards where Macintoshes, Cortlands and more are ripe for the picking. So, this weekend, get up and go have a taste of the fall harvest!

Smolak Farms

Each year, Smolak Farms offers fresh seasonal produce, pick your own apples and a series of Harvest Festivals each weekend. From now until October 26th visitors can enjoy hay rides around the farm, a 10ft high corn maze and decadent, homemade apple cider donuts.

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315 South Bradford Street, North Andover, MA 01845

C.N. Smith Farm

Located in East Bridgewater, this family owned and operated farm offers apple picking as well as pick your own raspberries (yes, they’re still in season!) and pumpkins that are perfect for carving. For a full day of fun on the farm, check out the annual Harvest Hoedown held on Columbus Day Weekend where youngsters can enjoy a giant moonwalk and pony rides.

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325 South Street, East Bridgewater, MA 02333

Honey Pot Hill Orchards

Honey Pot Hills Orchards was one of the first farms in the country to offer “pick your own” apples to visitors. Set against the backdrop of beautiful, Stowe, MA, Honey Pot is an ideal location for an autumn afternoon whether you spend it apple picking or on a hay ride around the farm.

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138 Sudbury Road, Stow, MA 01775

Belkin Family Lookout Farm

The Belkin Family Lookout Farm was established in 1651, and is one of the oldest operating farms in the United States. In addition to apple picking, Lookout Farm offers a full day’s worth of activities for kids. Little ones can enjoy the children’s play area, moon bounce, train rides and more!

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89 South Pleasant Street, South Natick, MA 01760

Connors Farm

Connors Farm in Danvers has no shortage of fall activities. Head to the farm for apple picking face painting, hayrides, and even try your hand at the mechanical bull. Once you’ve worked up an appetite, the farm offers a number of delicious food options including Bob’s BBQ Pit, Connors Country Kitchen, and The Corn Crib.

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30 Valley Road (Rt. 35), Danvers, MA 01923

For more of the best apple picking spots in Massachusetts, check out this week’s Boston Globe article, “Where to pick-your-own apples in Massachusetts.”