Wellesley is located west of Boston with Newton to its east and Natick to the West. The town has a population of roughly 28,000 spread over a total area of 10.49 square miles.
Wellesley is an affluent suburban commuter town with a median household income of $180,000 and beautiful neighborhoods of gorgeous homes. The public spaces are beautifully maintained.
The schools are consistently ranked in the top 10 for Massachusetts. Wellesley is also home to Wellesley College, Babson College, and a campus of Massachusetts Bay Community College.
There is little industry in Waltham, but several lovely shopping areas with great restaurants and many boutique shops. Linden Square and Washington St both are lovely areas to eat, shop and stroll.
Rail service is currently provided through Wellesley’s participation in the MBTA, Wellesley’s stations are (east to west) Wellesley Farms, Wellesley Hills, and Wellesley Square. Bus service also runs along Walnut Street, Cedar Street, and Route 9.
From nearby Riverside MBTA Station in Newton, commuter express buses run to downtown Boston, Newton Corner and Central Square, Waltham.
There is no residential trash pickup in Wellesley, instead, residents cart their own refuse to Wellesley’s Recycling and Disposal Facility (RDF), a town-operated multi-use waste recycling site.
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