Boylston, Ma. Real Estate Information
The town of Boylston was settled in 1706 and was made of land from the nearby towns of Shrewsbury and Lancaster. It was officially incorporated in 1786. It was named after Ward Boylston who was a wealthy philanthropist, who built the town hall.
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Around the Town
As typically common in New England, agriculture and local mills built along rivers, occupied the industry of the period. Boylston is a small rural town with a few small businesses. It is mostly residential with 4400 residents at the last census. Homes for sale in Boylston Ma are notably higher than other communities in the area.
The Wachusett Reservoir watershed, which supplies Boston with drinking water, occupies 20% of the land area in Boylston. It offers hikers and outdoor enthusiasts an opportunity to enjoy the peaceful treasure of the area. Boylston’s town common beckons back to the colonial period with its well-kept homes, and stately trees that are found through-out the community.
The Tower Hill Botanic Garden, in Boylston, is a great place to visit. It is a 132 acre botanical garden with spectacular views of Mount Wachusett and the Wachusett Reservoir.
Boylston, located 7 miles North of Worcester and a mere 38 miles from Boston makes this town a great place to commute from. The town currently operates a junior-senior high school with the neighboring town of Berlin, called the Tahanto Regional Middle/High School. It is part of the Berlin-Boylston Regional School district.