Sudbury is a town with a rich colonial history located in Middlesex County. The small, historic town is popular with families and in 2005 was ranked the best town in Massachusetts to raise a family. The town has many historic landmarks including the Wayside Inn, the oldest operating inn in the country and the Sudbury Center Historic District.
Sudbury is a very rural town, known for an expanse of open space and large homes that have been constructed for decades. There are a number of popular public schools as well as a large range of churches and synagogues.
The town is surrounded by Acton, Framingham, Wayland, Concord, Marlborough and Hudson.
Despite the global pandemic, prices in Sudbury have increased year over year when comparing Q2 2019’s average sales price ($834,927) to Q2 2020’s ($896,897), a 7.4% increase. Total closings are down by 13.4% over that same timeframe, which is about average for the greater MetroWest area during Q2 2020. At the top end of the market, Sudbury had one outlying sale over $3M (next highest was $1.88M).
96 Lincoln Lane – Sold for $3,800,000 (listed for $4,300,000, a 13% discount). Five garage parking spaces on two acres of land with 1,200 wine cellar, pool, and spacious gym
Last years’ highest priced Q2 2019 sale was 193 Dutton Road. Sold for $3,267,500 and included nine garage parking spaces on five acres of land.