Information on Shrewsbury Ma. Real Estate
The Town of Shrewsbury is located east of Worcester and is fairly industrialized with many stores and businesses. Easy access to highways avails commuter’s many opportunities for quick access to the major east-west arteries in Massachusetts. Because of the town’s location and services, property values remain consistently higher than communities west of Worcester. According to census data Shrewsbury’s median household income is fairly high which is representative of most towns heading east.
Lake Quinsigamond, located on the border of Worcester and Shrewsbury, has a nice historical past. The lake area was once a major entertainment venue called White City which featured nationally known performers and a large amusement park. Its length of 6 miles in a straight line make it very conducive to the sport of competitive rowing.
We consider the town well managed, offering its residents good schools and plenty of social activities. When choosing areas east of Worcester, a buyer needs to consider the additional housing costs associated with that area, and determine if their budget can support it.
I have seen Shrewsbury grow over the years, and fondly remember the town where family members once lived. There was simply nothing like visiting the old retail store named Spags, and later going to Frostys Ice Cream next door. The community in Shrewsbury is a mixture of blue and white-collar residents, and fairly close knit for a larger town. The school system in Shrewsbury is one of the best in the area, and has large support by its residents.
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