Differences on physicochemical properties of poly(pentadecanolide), PPDL, synthesized by enzymatic ring opening polymerization at two different temperatures, 70 C and 90 C, using Novozyme-430 were assessed. PPDL synthesized at 90°C presents lower molecular weight and crystallinity than the one prepared at 70°C. It was detected by FTIR that PPDL synthesized at 90°C presents a large amorphous phase with more terminal OH groups. A difference in the melting and crystallization behavior was detected by differential scanning calorimetry, DSC, where the melting of the PPDL synthesized at 90°C presents multiple melting and crystallization events at lower temperature than those exhibit by PPDL synthesized at 70°C which presents a well defined single melting and crystallization event. The differences in melting behavior are attributed to the presence of a larger amorphous phase in PPDL synthesized at 90°C due to increased number of terminal OH groups that disrupt the crystalline structure. Thermal stability is also higher in PPDL synthesized at 70°C since the onset of decomposition starts 50°C above that observed in PPDL obtained at 70°C.