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About Sudbury, Massachusetts

A truly historic town sporting the zip code 01776, Sudbury was settled by colonists in 1683 and incorporated as a town a year later. Today more than 18,000 people call it home. Over the years, Sudbury has been home to many famous people including automobile mogul Henry Ford, baseball greats Babe Ruth and Dennis Eckersley, as well as, the famed poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.  The historic Longfellow’s Wayside Inn opened in 1716 (as Howe’s Tavern) and still remains the oldest continuously operating inn in the country. Also included on the compound are Ford’s Grist Mill,  the school house of “Mary’s Little Lamb” fame and the Martha-Mary Chapel.

Sudbury is renowned for its outstanding school system which includes a state of the art regional high school, Lincoln-Sudbury RHS, which opened its doors in 2005 and new elementary and middle schools...all of which rival any private school in the state. Recently renovated, The Goodnow Public Library has one of the largest and most active volunteer groups in town. The Fairbank Center houses the Atkinson Pool, a gymnasium, the Senior Center and a Teen Center. In addition, sports advocates can take advantage of the updated baseball complex, tennis courts, bike paths, rail trail and conservation trails that go on for miles.

The town offers loads of amenities from shopping in unique specialty shops in Mill Village to larger more well known stores, doctors affiliated with reputable and well known Boston hospitals, award winning restaurants from all ethnicities and cozy coffee shops for a light luncheon. Being in such close proximity to Boston, locals can head into town to get their cultural fix for the day and be home in time to meet the school bus. The small town feeling can be experienced during the annual 4th of July parade featuring floats, local marching bands and fire engines or during the summer evening concerts complete with strawberry shortcake. All in all, Sudbury offers diversity in a country setting with urban amenities.

Sudbury, Massachusetts has an array of home styles ranging from beautiful Antique Farmhouses complete with barns and meandering stonewalls; some smaller Cape Cod and Ranch style homes on half acres; larger traditional Colonials on wooded acre lots in wonderful family neighborhoods; to newer construction which offers custom architectural designs and upscale amenities you can only dream of. 

 

Sudbury Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 27 homes for sale in Sudbury, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
100% Other.

100% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 27
Average Home Size 3,169 ft² / 294 m²
Price Range ($450 - $2,195,000)

Weather in Sudbury

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

Average home income in Sudbury

The average household income of a Sudbury resident is $181,174 with an average home value of $634,173

Population of Sudbury

Sudbury has 17,753 residents.

Home ownership in Sudbury

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

Education breakdown of Sudbury

Education levels of residents of Sudbury include: highschool 7%, associate 4%, bachelor 35%, graduate 41%.

Households in Sudbury

Sudbury has 5,796 homes, built on average 46 years ago.

Information from in and around Sudbury...

You are Viewing 1 to 20 of 27 homes for sale in Sudbury. These homes are comprised of Other. The average list price of these property results is 862,223. Prices are shown as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Sudbury please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 27 homes for sale in Sudbury, MA are represented by 3 member brokerages serving the Sudbury area. Member brokerages representing the 27 homes include William Raveis Real Estate, Mortgage & Insurance - CT, Benoit Mizner Simon & Co. Real Estate and N.B. Taylor & Co., Inc. Realtors.