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      About Dover MA

      Dover MassachusettsDover real estate is peaceful and beautiful, and when you come home each night, you’ll be amazed that you live as close to Boston as you actually do. The town of Dover is known as the "Town of Friendship".

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      A “country estate” atmosphere, with a convenient location

      When you look around at homes in Dover MA, you see open fields and pastures, horses (over 200 miles of bridle trails), and old stone walls…yet Dover is only 15 miles southwest of downtown Boston and just a few minutes’ drive to downtown Needham or Wellesley for errands.

      A beautiful house, a bigger yard

      Many of the properties for sale in Dover have large yards with zoning at a minimum of an acre and often far more. There are historic homes, colonials, and quite a bit of new construction homes in Dover (tastefully done, of course).

      An outstanding public school system

      Dover, Massachusetts has one of the best public school systems in the Boston area. The high school (shared with Sherborn) was ranked #2 by Boston Magazine in 2009.  This makes it a great place to purchase a home and raise a family.

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      About Newton MA

      Newton MA CenterNewton is ideal for people who want a mix of "city" and "suburban." Technically, Newton, Massachusetts is a city with a top tier hospital, two movie theaters, and sidewalks that lead to places you’d want to walk, but many people think of it as "the town of Newton" because it feels smaller. When you look around at the real estate in Newton Mass, you see so many flowers and so much green grass that locals call it the "Garden City."

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      Village Structure with easy commute to Boston

      Newton, MA has 13 villages with shopping, cafes and services within each:

      • Auburndale: close to MA Pike and Route 128; Lasell College, commercial area along Commonwealth Avenue
      • Chestnut Hill: close to Route 9, Boston College and the Boston border. Includes part of Brookline. Chestnut Hill shopping is some of the finest in the area with a state-of-the art mall.
      • Newton Centre: contains the largest commercial district; focal point of the city
      • Newton Corner: location of the Crown Plaza Hotel built over the MA Pike
      • Newton Highlands: lots of small independently-owned shops
      • Lower Falls: near the Charles River and on the Wellesley line
      • Newton Upper Falls: also near the Charles River; Historic District
      • Newtonville: home of the brand new, state-of-the-art Newton North High School
      • Nonatum: borders Watertown; rich Italian-American heritage
      • Oak Hill: home of the Wells Avenue Office Park
      • Thompsonville: most closely associated with Chestnut Hill
      • Waban: contains many locally-owned businesses
      • West Newton: local movie theatre and many fine restaurants; manufacturing center of the city

      The map says it all: immediate access to the MA Pike and Route 128 along with the train, the T and bus service. It's a commuter's dream!

      Newton MA

      A Legacy of Education

      Newton, Massachusetts public schools are rated among the top in the state with Newton North High School boasting a fabulous new facility. Institues of higher learning located in Newton include Boston College, Lasell College and Pine Manor College, along with specialty schools.

      Recreational opportunities

      Newton, MA sports 3 public golf courses including Putterham on the Brookline line, the 9-hole Commonwealth course near Boston College and the Leo J. Martin course on the Weston line. Crystal Lake offers swimming programs for all residents.

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      About Sherborn MA

      Sherborn MA Real EstateSherborn allows you to “live in the country,” and enjoy nature, while still living only a half hour from downtown Boston. There’s a small town feel to Sherborn and neighbors refer to it as a town where “everyone knows your name.”

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      Sherborn Has Outstanding Public Schools

      The town of Sherborn, MA has the #1 public high school in the Boston area and has for the last three years. The elementary school and middle school are also excellent with small class sizes.

      Sherborn Has Lots of Nature and Outdoor Activities

      Owning SHERBORN, MA real estate gives you access to Farm Pond (1 of the 3 cleanest ponds in the state), where you can enjoy the town beach, swim, sail, kayak, canoe, fish, ice skate, or just sit and enjoy the view. The real estate in SHERBORN, MA is also surrounded by conservation land and woodland trails for hiking, mountain biking, and cross country skiing. Swimming programs are offered to town residents in the town pond. The Sassamon 9-hole public golf course on the Natick-Sherborn line is open to residents.

      Sherborn Offers Easy Access to Boston and Surrounding Towns

      Sherborn, Massachusetts is only a half hour from downtown Boston. You can also run errands easily, since it’s only 15 minutes from downtown Wellesley or the Natick Collection and surrounding major chain stores.

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      About Natick MA

      Natick MANatick has a lot going for it – easy access to major commuting routes and to shopping, a first-rate downtown of its own, good public schools, and a great value.

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      Thriving Town Center

      The Town of Natick, MA has a terrific downtown, with a town common surrounded by a newly renovated library, town services (such as post office, town hall, etc.), and a number of successful local businesses. Recreational opportunities include the Sassamon 9-hole golf course on the Natick-Sherborn line. The Community-Senior Center offers a multitude of activities including field trips, a fitness room with exercise and wellness programs, special events and movies, along with support programs for all ages.

      Convenient Location 

      Natick MA real estate is only 18 miles from downtown Boston, with quick access to the Mass Pike, Route 9, and Route 128/95. There are also two commuter rail stops into South Station. The Natick Collection is on the western border, with many of the major chain stores right next door in Framingham.

      Natick Homes Are a Great Value

      Real estate in Natick MA is often an excellent value.  Homes and condos in Natick have so many positives, and yet they are often more affordable than the surrounding towns. Select one of the recommended Natick searches at the bottom of the page to begin your search.

      We would love to meet you, hear your priorities, and help you with the options for buying real estate in Natick, MA. Contact us or call us at 781-235-4663 for more information about Natick and the surrounding area.

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      About Needham MA

      When you purchase Needham MA real estate, you join a community of people who truly love their town. Residents often talk about how close-knit the neighborhoods are, and about how many activities are available within Needham, MA (a YMCA, playgrounds, golf, etc.).

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      Central Downtown Area

      The town of Needham has a real town center, with excellent restaurants, strong local merchants, and a town green. In summer, there’s a 4th of July parade, and in the winter the town of Needham puts on a New Year’s celebration complete with fireworks.

      Recreational opportunities include swimming programs at the town pond and the 18-hole Needham Golf Club which is open to residents on Wednesdays.

      Strong Public Schools

      Needham schools are some of the strongest in the state, with committed teachers, active students, and involved parents.

      A Great Commute 

      Needham offers convenient commuting options – by car, or from one of the 4 commuter rail stations.  This makes it a convenient place to purchase a home

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      About Weston MA

      The real estate in Weston is gorgeous! Weston homes are generally in quiet, well-kept neighborhoods and zoned less densely than many of the surrounding towns. The town has a rural, open feel…and yet it's so close to Boston for either Northside Weston or Southside Weston homes.

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      Weston Public Schools - Best in the State 

      (Boston Magazine: 2004, 2009). The town of Weston has one high school and one middle school, which help unify the town. There are three elementary schools to keep the schools small (and they’re right next to each other). Weston is also home to Regis College, a small and private liberal arts college.

      Convenient Commute

      Weston MA real estate offers a great commute in any direction around Boston. The town of WESTON, MA is only 12 miles west of Boston, with easy access to major commuter highways as well as to the commuter rail.

      Land, Land, Land!

      To complement Weston condos and Weston homes, there is beautiful public land, including the Leo J. Martin 18-hole public golf course (offering cross country skiing in the winter season), over 60 miles of trails, a large town green, a town pool, and many other outdoor sports and recreation options including private clubs for golf, tennis ands swimming.

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      About Wellesley MA

      “People get very involved here,” says Chrissie Lawrence, an agent with Rutledge Properties on Washington Street. “Our local phone book has three pages of organizations and clubs in town. What’s unusual about Wellesley is there’s a commitment that’s kind of contagious, and that allows you to really get to know your neighbors.”

      From “Top Spots to Live in Greater Boston,” Boston Globe Magazine, April 2017


      Wellesley is many people’s first choice for purchasing a home, and for good reason. The town of Wellesley has a “real downtown,” excellent schools, great neighborhoods, and a convenient commute! You may hear Wellesley, Massachusetts called by either “Wellesley Hills” or “Wellesley, MA” – but it’s really just two zip codes that make up one great town.

      Ideally located 12 miles west of Boston with primary access via the Mass Turnpike and to the country's premier medical area via Route 9, Wellesley also has train service from three stations for easy commuting, and a short drive to the MBTA.

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      Neighborhood structure

      The residential neighborhoods of Wellesley weave a wonderful fabric for community living. The rich variety of architecture - Colonial, Tudor, Victorian, Cape or Townhouse - with zoning allowing for 10,000 - 40,000 square foot lots, makes Wellesley a superb choice for a first home, for the years of a growing family, and as a empty-nester setting.

      Wellesley's downtown is a real town center!

      A quaint square with fine shops, boutiques, branches of national chains, augmented by coffee shops, lunch places and fine restaurants (highlighted by Ming Tsai's Blue Ginger right across from our office) draws attention from the entire area.

      The town has houses of worship, parks, lakes, public and private golf clubs and swimming facilities.

      Top public schools; home to three colleges

      Wellesley, Massachusetts schools, while consistently rated among the top in the state, are “neighborhood” schools in every sense of the word. It features six K-5 neighborhood schools; one middle school and one high school, graduating 400 students yearly. Because Wellesley enjoys a stellar reputation, the school-age population continues to grow. There are a variety of pre-schools, day care facilities, and private elementary and high schools in and around Wellesley.

      Wellesley, MA is also known as the location of three colleges: Wellesley College, Babson College and Mass Bay Community College.

      Convenient Commute 

      Only 13 miles west of Boston, Wellesley real estate offers some of the best commuting in the western suburbs with access by commuter rail or by car.

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