Located approximately 20 miles west of downtown Boston, the town of Sudbury is rich in history and tradition. Originally founded in 1638, this quaint and scenic community takes pride in the beauty of open space and the preservation of undeveloped land. Strict zoning laws have helped create and maintain a tranquil environment. Home to the frequently visited and adored landmark, Longfellow’s Wayside Inn, Sudbury is known for its deep historical culture.
Sudbury residents enjoy an active lifestyle, as outdoor activities such as walking on wooded trails, hiking, canoeing and cross country skiing are all available. In addition, several well appointed fitness facilities are located within the town which is also home to the historic Goodnow Library, a highly regarded resource for all ages.
Conveniently located with close proximity to all major routes, 90, 128/95, and 495, Sudbury’s central locale allows easy access for all travelers. Coupled with its profound beauty and country like feel, residents enjoy expansive shopping and many multi cultural restaurants. This is testament to Sudbury’s ability to remain progressive without losing the allure of a small town. Charming, welcoming, and all nicely packaged into one picturesque community; living in Sudbury has become a highly desirable town of choice.