Framingham is the hub of the MetroWest region. This city in the suburbs is located 22 miles west of Boston and has a population of approximately 67,000. Incorporated in 1700, Framingham is has a mix of urban, suburban and rural areas. It is bordered by Southborough, Marlborough, Sherborn, Ashland, Natick, Wayland and Sudbury.
Residential options in Framingham range from apartments to luxury estates. There are several villages within its numerous neighborhoods. South Framingham includes Downtown Framingham, several small villages and mainly single family homes and lots less than 0.5 acres. North Framingham includes Nobscot Village with larger single family housing and lots greater
than 0.5 acres. The village of Saxonville has Victorian homes and hundreds of brand new homes.
The urban and cultural area in Downtown Framingham has many shops, restaurants, local businesses and is close to the commuter rail with direct access to Boston and Worcester. Framingham also has state and local parks, three local beaches, several museums and two golf courses and ski slopes that are just an hour away by car.
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