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Welcome to Carlisle, MA

Located in the heart of Nashoba Valley, Carlisle is just five miles from the culture, clamor and excitement of historic Concord Center. Rated by Boston Magazine as the healthiest of 146 towns in Eastern Massachusetts, this picturesque New England Village offers an abundance of cranberry bogs and most importantly, one of the state’s top ten school systems. Carlisle’s reputation, as a “quality of life” community, is well deserved and fiercely defended by its citizens.



To preserve its quiet, small-town atmosphere, Carlisle eschews industry, apartment dwelling and condominium development, and a minimum two-acre zoning regulation further ensures the tranquil demeanor of the town. Yet for such an idyllic setting, Carlisle is an excellent commuting location proximate to Routes 2, I-95, 128, 225 and I-492. Boston and Cambridge are a leisurely 30 to 40 minute drive to the south, while the beaches of Cape Ann and the North Shore are the same distance to the North. Public transporation is also close at hand with Hanscom Civil Airfield (a full-service commercial airport) just a 15-minute drive to the east and the Boston Commuter Rail just an eight minute drive into Concord Center.

Weather in Carlisle

The average high temperatures in Carlisle range from 35 in January to 83 in July

Average home income in Carlisle

The average household income of a Carlisle resident is $184,004 with an average home value of $809,382

Population of Carlisle

Carlisle has 4,911 residents.

Home ownership in Carlisle

The average level of home ownership in Carlisle is 92%.

Education breakdown of Carlisle

Education levels of residents of Carlisle include: highschool 3%, associate 4%, bachelor 34%, graduate 53%.

Households in Carlisle

Carlisle has 1,711 homes, built on average 43 years ago.