Dudley, Ma. Real Estate Information
With Southbridge to the west and Webster to the east Dudley lies 18 miles south of Worcester. Dudley is very close to the Rhode Island state line and an hour drive to that states coastline.
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Around the Town
The town offers easy accessibility to Webster Lake and the entertainment venue of Indian Ranch. Seasonal music at Indian Ranch attracts top venues from across the country who play at an intimate stadium on the lake. A summer afternoon at Indian Ranch makes for a great afternoon.
Dudley lies on the Massachusetts and Connecticut border. Easy access to Route 395 allows for a stress free commute into Worcester and points south. Route 84 makes access to the Hartford area in 45 miles. Dudley and Charlton form the Dudley-Charlton Regional School District.
George Washington camped in the town of Dudley with his army in 1776 and supposedly buried a large cache of British weapons in the town, which were never recovered. Nichols College maintains a college campus in It was the first town incorporated after the formation of Worcester County.
Two major rivers pass through the town. The Quinebaug and the French Rivers offer canoeing and kayaking for the outdoor enthusiast. The Quinebaug, 65 miles long, runs from Brimfield to Norwich Ct. Because the town has an accessible river system it was well suited for manufacturing operations in the 19th century. Dudley was a very prominent industrial town during the 1800’s.