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Tranquility, Education and History

Wayland has a spacious, suburban feel and most residents here own their own homes. Located just 19 miles from Boston, the town is a popular option for commuters. Wayland offers easy access to both Route 95 and the Mass Turnpike, making it easily accessible to many shopping, dining and entertainment options. 

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Parks and Playgrounds

Nature-lovers will delight in the fact that Wayland is dedicated to the preservation of the forests, marshes and fields that surround the Sudbury River.  The Wayland Conservation Commission has 19 major Conservation Areas with trails for hiking, biking and recreation. These trails, which include Pod Meadow and Pine Brook and are near and dear to nature lovers and are a great place to spot owls, Rusty Blackbirds and American Beaver. 

Wayland is home to many highly rated public schools and Wayland High School is consistently ranked as one of the best schools in the Boston area. The town is also home to Regis College, which is nationally recognized for its excellence in nursing and health sciences education. 

For those looking for small-town charm with ample opportunities to explore nature while being a short drive away from Boston, Wayland may be the ideal place to live.

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