Town of Sherborn
Abbey Road offers the convenience and security of living in a small community of townhomes with top-quality design and construction, perfectly located in the heart of Sherborn, Massachusetts. Sherborn is a semi-rural town with 4000 residents, located 18 miles west of Boston.
Sherborn offers residents:
Small and neighborly community, with a terrific town library, community center and schools, and a strong spirit of volunteerism. Many groups contribute to community life, including the Sherborn Council on Aging, the Sherborn Library, and the Sherborn Community Center.
Intimate town center just steps from Abbey Road, including a restaurant and several sandwich shops, pharmacy, hair salon, day spa, farm stand, post office, and liquor store.
Country life, with extensive open space and publicly accessible land, including large conservation areas and trails (see Sherborn Forest and Trail Association, Rocky Narrows Reservation, and Audubon’s Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary); spectacular Farm Pond for swimming, boating and fishing; and a pristine segment of the Charles River.
Shopping, dining, services and culture easily accessible in neighboring towns of Framingham, Holliston, Natick, Dover and Wellesley. Boston and Cambridge are just 18 miles away, offering world-class restaurants, museums, theater, music, and medical care.
Within Walking Distance
stores, Restaurants & coffee shop
Sherborn Wine & Spirit
Kierce Hair & Company
Dowse Orchards Farm Stand
town offices, Library and churches
Police and Fire Station
Unitarian Universalist Church
St Theresa Parish
Access to all parts of the Town forest and numerous trails available for walking or riding.
Where you can enjoy the town beach, swim, sail, kayak, canoe, fish, ice skate, or just sit and enjoy the view.
Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary
An expansive retreat along Indian Brook and the Charles River, Broadmoor is an ever-changing environment teeming with wildlife
10 Minutes to Natick collection and Wellesley center
Close to Natick Mall, Shopper’s World and local restaurants and shops.
10 minutes to MBTA Commuter Rail
Close to two commuter rail stations for convenient access into Boston.
easy access to major routes
The site has close access to Route 9 and is a short distance from the Mass Pike (I-90) and all major access ways to Boston.