Sudbury is at the heart of the MetroWest area, halfway between
Boston and Worcester, encircled by Interstate Routes 95
(128) and I-495, and dissected by U.S. Route 20 (the Boston
Post Road), and Interstate 90 (the Mass Turnpike).
urban business and entertainment areas are easily accessible,
the area retains a relaxed rural and agricultural flavor.
Rich in colonial history, many landmarks still stand.
than 10,000 acres of Sudbury still belong to forests, crops,
and pastures. Reminders of the town's earlier farming days
are evident in the old barns, wells, stone walls, pastures,
and roads which follow the lay of the land, not a designer's
plan. Most homes here sit on large lots, making gardening
a popular warm-weather pastime.
recreation facilities and conservation land are distributed
over more than 100 acres, including facilities for swimming,
ice skating, shuffleboard, exercise tracks, cross country
skiing, fishing, boating, tennis courts, bridle trails, soft
ball, baseball, football, and soccer fields (memberships to
private golf, swim, and tennis clubs are also available).
wide variety of convenient restaurants, hotels, shopping,
and options are within a few-mile radius. The 144 North Road
business campus offers an on-site daycare. Also, experience
the Colonial charm of the shops and lodging in nearby Concord.
144 North Road is also just five minutes from Nashawtuc
Country Club, home of the Bank of America Championship.