Maybe it is the long winding roads through hills and forest, maybe it is the historical feel permeating the town.
Sudbury has always been one of my favorite towns. Maybe it is the long winding roads through hills and forest, maybe it is the historical feel permeating the town, or maybe it is the Wayside Inn, the oldest in the nation, about which Longfellow wrote his book of poetry. Sudbury shares its highly rated High School (Lincoln-Sudbury Regional HS) with the nearby town of Lincoln, and all of its schools boast low teacher to student ratios and high marks on education. Homes in Sudbury are almost always Colonial Style and are sparsely sprinkled across the many acres of beautiful neighborhoods. Sudbury's only drawback is that it has no highway access whatsoever. It is accessed primarily through Route 20 which is just a two lane state road running to Wayland in the east and Marlboro in the west. Other than that, you are on long winding back roads to get to Sudbury, but once you are there you might not want to leave and to Sudbury's credit, it has attracted a substantial retail base providing quite a bit of shopping right along Route 20.
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