Sudbury Real Estate

Sudbury is a town in Middlesex County, in the Boston-Cambridge-Quincy metro area. Sudbury MA real estate has a population of 16,842 (2000 census). As with many colonial towns, Sudbury was named after Sudbury, England.

Within 20 miles of bustling Boston, Sudbury is blessed with all the beauty and charm that you've heard New England possesses. It's the kind of community you think about when you dream of life in New England: an ideal blend of the old and the new, stately pre-Revolutionary homes, and tasteful new construction. The residents of Sudbury real estate enjoy the historical ambience of the Nation's oldest inn, the Wayside, built in 1680. Even though historical buildings abound, 10 minutes away one can shop at the typical modern mall.

The average commute time for Sudbury workers is 33 minutes, compared with 26 minutes nationwide. I have yet to find a long-time resident that complains.

Sudbury residents enjoy an above-average household income of $118,579 compared to the National average of $41,994. An impressive 72% of Sudbury residents over the age of 25 have college degrees.

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