Sudbury, MA

Welcome to Sudbury Massachusetts

A charming community locacted west of Boston, along the major highways of Rt. 20 in the south and Rt. 117 in the north, and bisected by Rt.27. Rooted deeply in history, Sudbury is known for Longfellow’s Inn, including The Redstone Schoolhouse where Mary brought her little lamb, the Grist Mill & the Martha Mary Chapel. The town is noted for its excellent domestic underground water supply, excellent schools & well managed government.

What to Expect

Sudbury is 18 miles west of Boston, a safe, scenic, leafy city. The city takes pride in its colonial history and highly regarded public schools. It is known for a strong community with a high emphasis on excellent education. There are plenty of school-based as well as private club sports options.

Unexpected Appeal

One of the historic landmarks of Sudbury, the Wayside Inn, claims to be the oldest operating inn in the nation, founded and operated for many generations by the Howe family. Tales of a Wayside Inn, a book of poems released in 1863, was written by Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.

The Market in 2021

  • $899K- Median Listing Home Price
  • $289- Median Listing Home Price/Sq Ft
  • $885.5K- Median Sold Home Price

You'll Fall In Love With

There are several restaurants in town and  great proximity to major shopping (Natick Mall, Shoppers World and Rt 9 are 15-20 min drive).

In a swampy area in Westborough, the Sudbury River begins at Cedar Swamp Pond and flows northeast 32.7 miles, and descending through the towns of Westborough, Hopkinton, Southborough, Ashland, Framingham, Wayland, Sudbury, Lincoln and finally Concord, where it merges with the Assabet River at Egg Rock.

Commute

In the town, there is no real public transport, so a car is a must for commuting. There are 2 commuter rail stations, north (Lincoln) and south (Framinhgam).

 

 

 

By The Numbers

  • Population

    18,766 (2014)

  • Area

    24.6 sq. mi.

  • Average Housing Price

    $799,450 (2017)

  • Property Taxes

    17.93% (2018)

  • Comute to Boston

    17 miles

  • Government

    • Board of Selectmen
    • Open Town Meetings

  • Municipal Services

    • Police
    • Fire
    • Town Water, Septic, Trash pickup & recycling
    • Eversource (electric)
    • National Grid (gas)
    • Verizon, Comcast (cable)

  • Medical Facilities

    • Emerson Hospital (Concord)

  • Houses of Worship

    • Baptist
    • Catholic
    • Congregational
    • Episcopal
    • Lutheran
    • Protestant
    • Jewish
    • Methodist
    • Presbyterian
    • Unitarian

  • Elementary (K-5)

    • Hayes
    • Loring
    • Nixon
    • Noyes (PK-5)

  • Middle School (6-8)

    • Curtis

  • High School (9-12)

    • Lincoln-Sudbury Minuteman Regional HS