The team of Hindmarsh & Powell can help you find your ideal property in any one of these suburban Boston towns.
The Town of Weston is an attractive suburban town on the perimeter of metropolitan Boston. Incorporated in 1713, residents are very proud of the town's school system and the handsome homes in quiet, well-kept neighborhoods. Weston has carefully retained significant amounts of open space and maintains over 60 miles of hiking and horseback riding trails, playgrounds, ball fields, golf courses and cross-country skiing areas.
More than 350 years ago, when a handful of men first settled the area around the Charles River that is now known as Wellesley, they were so delighted with their new town that they named it "Contentment." Although the name has changed over the centuries, the feeling of pride and satisfaction on the part of the residents toward their home still remains strong.
Lincoln is a community that has a wonderful heritage in agriculture, land preservation, culture and historical significance. There is much to see in our quaint little town.
Wayland is a peaceful community located in MetroWest situated at the halfway point between Boston and Worcester. While Wayland is located in an area that provides easily accessible shopping, sightseeing, dining and entertainment, Wayland itself remains a quiet bedroom community in a semi-rural setting with little industrial or commercial base.
Sudbury, MA is a charming community located approximately twenty miles west of Boston, along the major highways of Route 20 in the south and Route 117 in the north, and bisected by Route 27. The northern section of Sudbury is also close to Route 2.
Dover is located in Norfolk County, about forty minutes from downtown Boston. It is bordered by Medfield, Needham, Natick, Sherborn, Walpole and Westwood. As a predominantly residential town, it provides a peaceful rural setting with many scenic roads.
Sherborn is a small semi-rural community located about 18 miles southwest of Boston. Settled in 1652 and incorporated in 1674, the town is proud of its rural heritage. This heritage is still evident in active farms and orchards, winding tree-lined roads and preserved in Town Forest and other extensive public lands.