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A peaceful, semi-rural setting just 40 minutes from downtown Boston? Look no further than the charming town of Dover, MA. Located in Norfolk County, you will love the country feel and lifestyle, with walking, cross-country skiing, and horseback riding trails as well as proximity to the Charles River.
With a recorded history going back more than 350 years, Dover has been a hub of both farming and industry. Open pasture land, stands of native trees, stone dividing walls, farm houses and barns are all features of the landscape and add to the charm of the residential real estate scenery. Live out your picturesque New England idyll while retaining all of the modern comforts and amenities.
Dover-Sherborn Public Schools are among the finest in the state and the country. According to Boston Magazine, for the last several years the town’s schools were the top scoring in the state of Massachusetts. They include
· Pine Hill Elementary School (Website)
· Chickering Elementary School (Website)
· Dover-Sherborn Middle School (Website)
· Dover-Sherborn High School (Website)
Almost all of the residential zoning requires 1-acre or larger, ensuring that you will never feel crowded. These large lots contribute to the charm of the town and its natural beauty. In addition, many of the homes retain their native character, with even new construction highlighting architectural details that are in keeping with the styles of the area.
Highlights of the area include the sprawling Elm Bank Horticulture Center, featuring multiple garden styles as well as hundreds of acres of woodlands, fields, and conservation areas. Or if history is more your bent, check out the Benjamin Caryl House, included on the National Register of Historic Places and dating to 1777.
If you are looking for the finest in traditional, New England architecture, wide-open spaces for outdoor activities, an appreciation for history and the natural world, and the best education Massachusetts has to offer, look no further than Dover. Let us start your Dover real estate search today!
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