Both associations at the Chestnut Ridge Condos in Franklin, MA allow residents to have a pet dog or a cat. But there are details in the pet regulations that you need to understand before buying at Chestnut Ridge.
A condo association’s rules and regulations regarding our furry friends can be a deal-breaker for many potential residents. If you own a pet, It’s vital to check on whether your animal is allowed, before you buy a unit!
It’s important to note the slight differences in the pet rules between the two associations. The original Chestnut Ridge had a past where dogs were a no-go, but times have changed.
The pet policy at Chestnut Ridge has evolved, and now residents can have either one dog or one cat, provided the animal doesn’t exceed a 35-pound weight limit.
On the other hand, Chestnut Ridge II follows suit with a similar policy, but with a 30-pound limit.
Furry, Feathered, or Finned Friends?
While the focus at both Chestnut Ridge associations is on our beloved cats and dogs, the fine print in both sets of pet policies appears to prohibit pets other than cats or dogs.
However, it leaves us pondering the fate of pets popular with children (such as a pet parakeet, hamster, gerbil, or turtle). The rules, though potentially not strictly enforced for these smaller creatures, warrant a closer look to ensure a seamless transition for all family members, big or small.
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