Ashland MA Homes for Sale

I am a long-time area Realtor specializing in Ashland, Massachusetts Real Estate.   If you are looking to sell or buy a home in Ashland you have come to the right place. Our website features the best real estate search for homes, condos, and land available. It is easy-to-use and updated by the official MLS database every 15 minutes.  It will send you new listings as they hit the market and price changes daily plus you can save favorite properties, create market reports, and much more.

Moving to Ashland

Centrally situated in the MetroWest Boston area, Ashland is bordered by Sherborn on the east, Framingham on the north, Southborough on the west and northwest, and Hopkinton and Holliston on the south. Ashland is 20 miles east of Worcester, 22 miles west of Boston, and 191 miles from New York City. The town now boasts excellent transit facilities with the addition of a Commuter Rail stop.

Ashland, Massachusetts dates back to about 1659 . In those days it was a stopping point on a major Indian trail which later became known as the Bay Path, connecting Cambridge and Connecticut. It was here that a community of Natick Indians was established as the Village of Magunkaquog. Sir Harry Frankland, a descendant of Oliver Cromwell, built a manor-house here in 1750. Once the original starting point of the world famous Boston Marathon, which still runs through Ashland, the town is also known as the site of Henry Warren's invention of the electric clock, later manufactured here under the Telechron name. 

Traces of Ashland's early history still live on, such as John Stone's Inn on Main Street in the town center which dates back to 1834. The Inn survives as Stone’s Public House, a popular local restaurant and a site of interest for psychics and ghost hunters to the present day, due to the many spirits which supposedly roam its halls.

Although predominantly residential, Ashland is committed to a close working relationship with its business community. Businesses, residents and visitors look forward to "Ashland Day", a not-to-be-missed annual celebration of traditional New England spirit.

There are usually a nice selection of homes for sale in Ashland, from single families to condominiums. There has been a lot of real estate development over the last twenty years or so, and many fine neighborhoods have been created. Ashlands location and amenities have made it a desirable community.

There are many area highlights, including Ashland State Park, Hopkinton State Park, Ashland Town Forest, and Warren Woods, all either entirely or partially within the town. This offers opportunities for activities ranging from hiking and biking to boat rentals and fishing to horseback riding.

If you are looking for the best of New England’s residential and historical traditions, along with a love of the environment and opportunities for outdoor escapes, you won’t want to miss Ashland. Let us start your Ashland real estate search today!

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