The Town of Ashland's ideal location 20 miles from Boston and 22 from Worcester provides easy access to the interstate highway system and the Massachusetts Turnpike. Ashland was, in earlier times, a stopping point on a major Indian trail which later became known as the Bay Path. Ashland is bordered by Sherborn on the East, Framingham on the North, Southborough on the West and Northwest, and Hopkinton and Holliston on the South.
Ashland is 20 miles East of Worcester and 22 miles West of Boston
- Population: 15,693 (2010 Federal Census)
Once the original starting point of the world famous Boston Marathon, which still runs through Ashland, the town is also known as the site of Henry Warren's invention of the electric clock, later manufactured here under the Telechron name. Ashland is home to Kidde-Fenwall maker of fire systems.
Ashland is a smaller town with easy access to route 9 the Mass Pike and 495. It also has an MBTA stop. It has the most townhouses per capita in the metro west area making it a great place to start out or downsize to. The downtown area has a great weekend farmers market and the park has weekly concerts in the summer.
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