Sudbury

Sudbury, MA

Location, Location, Location!

Fifteen miles west of Boston brings us to the rural town of Sudbury, Massachusetts.  This historic homestead boasts beautiful farm houses and pre-Revolutionary homes. The town embraces its colonial history, not only the beautiful architecture you’ll see, but also in its town activities.  July 4th is big here, with year-round events that lead up to it.  Colonial re-enactors also hold several events throughout the year.  Sudbury follows some secondary roads, including Routes 20, 17 and 27 that will connect you to the area’s main highways.  On weekdays, a private bus service makes two stops in Sudbury that take riders into Back Bay Station, Park Square, South Station and Government Center.

Sudbury by the Numbers

Sudbury Population: 17,659
Square Miles: 24.4
Distance from Boston: 23
Average Home Price:  $666,117
(Click here to see 10-year Average Sale Price Charts)
Median Income, with children: $177,878
Property Tax Rate 2013, Per $1,000: $17.99
High School Average SAT Scores: 1765

Things to See and Do

If you like to be active, then Sudbury just might be your new home town. Atkinson Pool is a lap and diving pool that is open to Sudbury residents. For those who enjoy more winter pursuits, there´s great ice skating at Upper Featherland Park. Thirteen field make up the Sudbury Recreation Department and offer lessons and play in tennis, basketball, soccer and lacrosse.

The Great Meadows National Wildlife Refuge is located along the Sudbury River. This is a special habitat for wildlife, including migratory birds.

Back to July 4th, the Sudbury Chamber of Commerce holds the annual Firecracker Ball and Sudbury Open to raise money for the town parade.

If you´re coming in from out of town and looking to spend a night in Sudbury to get a feel for it, there´s no better place to stay than the Wayside Inn, a historic inn that´s been hosting visitors for almost 300 years.

Educational Matters

Sudbury high schools students are served by Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School and Minuteman Regional High School in Lexington. There are also four elementary schools and one middle school. The average SAT score for Sudbury high schoolers is 1765.

Sudbury Links

The following links were compiled to help you navigate your way around life in Sudbury via the World Wide Web! Contact me at Elizabeth.Crampton@nemoves.com if you know of other interesting Sudbury sites that would help other visitors.

Town Website
Sudbury Public Schools
Haynes Elementary
Loring Elementary
Nixon Elementary
Noyes Elementary

Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School
Minuteman Regional High School

Restaurants:

Bullfinch´s
Sierra’s Mexican
Water Lily IN WAYLAND
Sky
Fugakyu Cafe
Sweet Pepper
Franco’s Trattoria

Need help setting up utilities service for your new home? I have put together some useful numbers and information for Sudbury utilities here.

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