Sterling, Ma. Real Estate Information
Once an agrarian community, Sterling is now a small residential community set in the foothills of Wachusett Mountain. Several farms, and large tracts of open space still exist in Sterling. The town is located about 14 miles north of Worcester, and was incorporated in 1781. It is centrally located between Worcester and Fitchburg, and easily accessed via Route 190.
Around the Town
Mt. Wachusett is located a short distance from Sterling. Seasonal activities at Wachusett Mountain range from skiing and snowboarding to many summer, and fall festivals held at the base of the mountain.
A big attraction in Sterling is the yearly fair held in town. Each September the Sterling Town Fair offers the visiting public numerous opportunities to enjoy typical fair events. These include a large selection of food, animal events, game booths, rides, and music.
Clearview Farm is the oldest operating farm in Sterling. It features pick your own apples, blueberries, peaches, pumpkins and raspberries. It also features a small bakery.
Meadowbrook Orchards is a very nice place to visit. It also features an onsite full service restaurant, baked goods, and fresh jams. I have been to Meadowbrook several times, and it is well worth the visit if you are in the area. Davis Farmland is an area staple for families of all ages. It features many family friendly activities from crop mazes to apple picking. The farm is an operational orchard with an unusual twist, and something every young family should do.
The Sterling area has many quaint inns that can also serve as a great place for a wedding reception. The Chocksett Inn and restaurant in Sterling specializes in weddings, and offers various accommodations along with a restaurant. Sterling is part of the Wachusett Regional School District that also serves Holden, Paxton, Princeton, and Rutland.
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31 Kendall Hill Rd Sterling, Massachusetts
4 Beds 2 Baths 2,812 SqFt 2.380 Acres