Luxury Homes on the North River

CANOE CLUB is a luxury riverfront community of 18 homes in a retreat environment. It features a common boathouse, dock for your canoe or kayak, and an interesting and serene nature trail/boardwalk that winds through swamps and woods, eventually connecting to the adjacent consevation area.  The boardwalk extends to a small private island, available for a campfire or camping.  There is an abundance of diverse wildlife. This land was designated by the U.S. National Service as a "national natural landmark", which also includes about 1,000 acres of abutting land of forests, marshes, rivers, and streams known as the "Herring Brook Valley.

The Canoe Club is contiguous with a fresh water tidal wetlands wilderness that is the largest undisturbed natural ecosystem of its type in  Massachusetts and yet is quickly accessible to Boston via Route 3, commuter trains, and busses; as well as to Cape Cod via Route 3 in North Pembroke, MA.

A lovely view of our dock on the river in winter time


  For more information,

please call Ron Wilson, developer




We'll be happy to show you around.  While you will be able to get some glimpses of the river from your car, you'll need to do some walking to discover the many features and the beauty of the Canoe Club, the North River, and the Herring Brook Valley.  



Here is our community BOATHOUSE used for kayaks and canoes.  The main floor is heated by a wood stove.  The comfortable reading room upstairs provides a secluded and relaxing place to unwind.

CANOE CLUB homes will be individually designed to suit the tastes and desires of each homeowner. There will be only 18 homes. 


STONES and STONE WALLS are the signatures of rural New England.  There are stone walls elsewhere, but only in New England has their prevalence and unique forms defined extensive landscapes.  Hundreds of years of history is sketched out in tumbling lines of rocks covered by colorful lichens.  Giant boulders left thousands of years ago by the glaciers tell more stories.  The Canoe Club land had been a farm from the sixteen hundreds until the early nineteen hundreds.  Numerous walls and extensive stone remain on the property.  The homes and grounds will harmonize with this environment by extensive use stone.  In the building process we are attempting to preserve open space and minimize land disturbance.