These pages are a great guide to help you get started with exploring living in the Boston suburbs and getting a sense of the Boston suburbs real estate market.
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Concord is one of the few Boston suburbs with a vibrant, walkable town center. Located 20 miles northwest of Boston, this quintessential New England town is sought out for its highly rated public schools and easy commuting access to Boston.Search Concord real estate.
Dover is a peaceful wooded suburb that is also home to one of the highest rated public high schools in the state. Located 20 miles southwest of Boston, Dover is a scenic community dotted with handsome estates and equestrian properties.Search Dover real estate.
Holliston is a quiet suburb with a quaint town center, numerous parks, and many active community organizations, including a popular newcomers and neighbors club. Located 30 miles southwest of Boston, Holliston offers a wealth of housing options at prices that are more reasonable than some surrounding communities.Search Holliston real estate.
Hopkinton is a suburb located 30 miles west of Boston that has been growing in popularity, in large part due to its public high school, which has been recognized by Newsweek and U.S. News & World Report for college readiness. Hopkinton is home to two lakes and numerous wooded trails.Search Hopkinton real estate.
Lincoln is a highly desirable community recognized for its wonderful wooded trails and active citizenry. Located 20 miles northwest of Boston, Lincoln offers convenient train service to North Station.
Sherborn is a bucolic wooded setting that feels world’s away, yet provides easy access to major highways as well as lots of shopping and restaurants just next door in Natick. Sherborn is home to the #1 ranked public high school in the state.Search Sherborn real estate.
Southborough is a small town located 25 miles west of Boston. Offering easy highway and train access, Southborough is a popular choice for those working in Boston or Worcester.Search Southborough real estate.
Recognized for consistently high rated public schools, scenic roads, and a wealth of community activities, Sudbury is an affluent suburb located 20 miles west of Boston.Search Sudbury real estate.
The quiet community of Wayland offers extensive outdoor activities, including kayaking at Lake Cochituate, hiking at the numerous town trails, and golfing at the area’s public courses. Located just 18 miles west of Boston, Wayland is a convenient place to live for those working in Boston.
With its vibrant walkable town center, handsome tree lined streets, distinctive architecture, and highly regarded public school system, Wellesley is one of the most desirable Boston suburbs. Located 15 miles west of Boston, Wellesley is easily accessible to the Mass Turnpike and multiple train stations.Search Wellesley real estate.
Weston is a small suburb that’s proud of its commitment to open space, with miles of hiking trails and cross-country skiing areas, as well as scenic ponds. Located 15 miles west of Boston, Weston is easily accessible via major routes and train stations.
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