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Ashland Massachusetts is located in Middlesex County and part of the MetroWest region, home to about 17,000 residents. Read on below the listings to learn more about Ashland and why people choose to live here.

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Ashland July 3, 2022
9
Listed
28
Avg. DOM
$279.72
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$479,900
Med. List Price
9 Properties
3
Beds
2
Baths
2,480
Sq.Ft.
1950
Year Built
4
Days on Site
73006019
MLS
Location, Location, Location. Attention buyers with vision, here is an amazing opportunity to build sweat equity and make this house your home and bring this home back to its original beauty! Located...
$380,000
Condo: Ledgemere Country
2
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
1,316
Sq.Ft.
1982
Year Built
5
Days on Site
73005443
MLS
Rare find in Ashland! Great townhouse, quiet and private location, vacant and in move-in condition! Main level offers an open concept living room/dining room with kitchen and half bath. A ton of...
$649,000
Condo: “Freedom Village” At Village Of The Amer
2
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,121
Sq.Ft.
2017
Year Built
10
Days on Site
73003891
MLS
2017 Built, in mint condition. Freedom Village, the last phase of this very long project, was perfected by the builder using a lot of feedback from previous buyers. Upgraded Kitchen with island,...
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
3,088
Sq.Ft.
2001
Year Built
26
Days on Site
72994045
MLS
Welcome home! Beautiful 3 bedroom, 2.5 bath close to everything Ashland has to offer. You're greeted by a gorgeous high-ceiling foyer with tons of natural light and an ample sized home office. The...
2
Beds
1F11/2
Baths
1,100
Sq.Ft.
1950
Year Built
26
Days on Site
72994078
MLS
Set back from the road is this 2 bed, 1.5 bath home with a detached, two car garage situated on 1.87 acres and the best value in town! Privacy abounds with nearly two acres of wooded backyard to...
$450,000
Condo: Starlight Village
2
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
1,484
Sq.Ft.
1993
Year Built
34
Days on Site
72988974
MLS
Significant Price Improvement -- Welcome home to this spectacular Ashland townhome. This thoughtfully laid out townhome features 2 beds, 2.5 baths, and a 1 car garage with plenty of storage. The...
$719,000
Neighborhood: Ashland
4
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,390
Sq.Ft.
1996
Year Built
41
Days on Site
72986861
MLS
4 bedroom Colonial with private deck in wooded private setting. Beautiful stone fireplace in living room. Living, den & dining rooms off large kitchen. In Law possibilities in spacious basement with...
3
Beds
2F11/2
Baths
2,656
Sq.Ft.
2007
Year Built
46
Days on Site
72985344
MLS
Beautiful Condo built and maintained by a reputable contractor. Spacious layout with plenty of room for a family or young professional. Hardwood throughout first floor, granite counter tops in...
4
Beds
3F11/2
Baths
3,092
Sq.Ft.
2003
Year Built
68
Days on Site
72972869
MLS
Tons of potential to make it your OWN! Super motivated sellers!! The 1st floor includes dedicated spaces for Living, Dining, an eat-in Kitchen with granite counters, a large Family room, and a...

Relocating to Ashland?ashland homes for sale

Considering a move to Ashland Massachusetts? Did you know that it is rated #20 best suburbs to buy a house in Massachusetts? This suburb of Boston is home to just under 18,000 residents and it's a sparse, suburban atmosphere where most residents own their own homes. You'll find restaurants, coffee shops, parks, and a few shops but a lot of folks move here because of the school systems, and the quieter pace of life versus the hustle and bustle of Boston.

How Ashland Got Started

Ashland was originally settled in the early 18th century and was previously known as Unionville. It was incorporated in 1846 as its own city but it's considerably younger than many of the surrounding towns. It got its start with granite mills, a bustling boot and shoe industry, and because of its location along the Sudbury River, it was easy to commute to and from this area. For most of the 20th century, Ashland's population grew slowly until the postwar boom in the 1950s. Ashland grew from a small rural town to a primarily residential suburb of Boston by the 1980s. It's about 20 miles west of Boston and over time, many farms and open spaces have created developments in subdivisions but still, some untouched land remains. The Ashland Town Forest, Ashland State Park, Warren Woods, and some land comprising the beach and dam portions of Hopkinton State Park still offer untouched woodland and forested areas.

Ashland Schools

Ashland has top-rated schools and in 2005, the town completed the new high school and revise the division of grades. This change means that sixth-grade was moved to join the seventh and eighth grades in the former high school creating the Ashland middle school. The third grade moved from the Warren elementary school into Mindness elementary school to join the fourth and fifth grades. In 2014, Ashland high school was ranked #19 in the state of Massachusetts out of 352 schools and has been considered one of the top-rated schools in the country by various reports.

Ashland is part of its own Ashland public school system and includes one high school, one middle school, the Pittaway school for ages 3 to 5, the Warren elementary school for grades kindergarten through second grade, and the mindedness school for grades 3 through 5.

Why Choose Ashland?

Ashland has a variety of perks to those living here. The Ashland Farmers Market has been running on Saturday morning since 2012. You'll find about 24 vendors selling fresh produce, meats and cheeses, bread, crafts, and desserts. You'll also find live music and children's activities. Ashland Day is held on the third Saturday in September at capstone Park and includes carnival rides, athletic clubs and organizations, music, food, and activities.

Ashland also has a variety of open spaces and parks complete with lakes, hiking, and biking trails, fishing options, and even swimming. The Hopkinton State Park has boat rentals and horseback riding trails and Ashland State Park features nearly 500 acres including a reservoir and a 3.5-mile hiking loop. But what do locals say about living in Ashland?

"I love this town! There are so many things to do like go on walks in the Ashland State Park, go to playgrounds, go out to eat at local restaurants and so many more. We have a dance studio, schools, libraries, sports facilities, and outside-of-school tutoring centers. The people in Ashland are so kind and they love to help others. I am so glad to have grown up in this community." - Niche.com

Ashland Homes for Sale

Ashland is about 22 miles from downtown Boston and is bordered by Framingham, Southborough, Hopkinton, and Holliston. You'll find a variety of homes right in town as well as spread out throughout the community. The average home price is about $415,000 but you'll find properties anywhere from $290,000 up to $800,000 and more depending on luxury estates or mansions. It's easy to find a home on several acres in Ashland as well or something extremely low maintenance like a duplex or townhouse.

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