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Framingham, Massachusetts, 01702
Studio/1 Bedroom$1,109 - $1,827
2 Bedrooms$1,562 - $3,323
3 Bedrooms$2,021 - $3,320
Brighton, Massachusetts, 02135
2 Bedrooms$1,839 - $3,364
3 Bedrooms$2,159 - $4,780
Auburndale, Massachusetts, 02466
1 Bedroom$2,350 - $3,185
2 Bedrooms$3,150 - $3,750
3 Bedrooms$3,850 - $4,525
Waltham, Massachusetts, 02452
1 Bedroom$1,609 - $2,130
2 Bedrooms$1,975 - $2,512
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Welcome to Wellesley, a city in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. Wellesley is about 15 miles from Boston, making it easy to commute into the city whenever you'd like.
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Well, Well, Wellesley
There's no doubt about it: Wellesley is a beautiful New England town. You'll have plenty of opportunity to enjoy each and every sunny day that comes your way because this city is home to a number of parks, playgrounds, fields, and trails. Whether you want to get active or relax, you’ll find lots of open space in Wellesley. In the summer, swim, fish, or sit on the beach; in the winter, ice skate, ice fish, and keep an eye out for native birds. No matter what the season, Wellesley is a town that delivers! If you’re a nature lover, you can’t beat the Henry S. Hunnewell Town Forest. This beautiful forest is a respite from the hustle and bustle of city life. You can even hear yourself think out here!
Wellesley: Just for Fun
If you’re into history, we've got some good news: Wellesley delivers when it comes to local history. The Wellesley Historical Society works to preserve local history and present it to the public through educational programs and exhibits. Check out the society’s calendar of events so that you don't miss out on any of the fun.
You can enjoy some fun events throughout the year in Wellesley. Be sure to make it out for the Wellesley’s Wonderful Weekend. With fireworks, a parade, and plenty of entertainment, this event draws some big crowds. We hope you're ready for a wonderful weekend!
As you probably know, Wellesley is home to the highly respected, Wellesley College. There are a number of other schools in town too, including Babson College, Olin College, and one of the campuses of Massachusetts Bay Community College. It's worth noting that Forbes named Wellesley College one of the top ten colleges in the country. Whether or not you're a student, you'll love living here. Check out the gorgeous Botanical Gardens and Arboretum, the Davis Museum, or simply walk across campus to enjoy the impressive architecture and beautiful setting. Ready for an educational factoid? Wellesley has an incredibly high concentration of residents with advanced degrees.
If you’ve got some kiddies in your crew, you can bet that they will get a great education in Wellesley. Wellesley High School has been ranked as one of the top 100 public high schools in the United States. Students who attend this school consistently score well above the state average on standardized tests.
At Home in Wellesley
Move into your new pad in Wellesley and enjoy living the good life in this New England community. With its beautiful landscape, family-friendly environment, and amazing educational opportunities, what's not to love? Plus, this city has easy access to Boston. Not a bad place to call home!
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How is the nightlife in Wellesley?
As a college town with a population of about 27,000, Wellesley has a surprisingly dead after-dark scene. In fact, the only bar in town, Punch's Alley, lies on the Wellesley College campus, and tends to be filled with students. To the west, Framingham has quite a few more watering holes, as does Newton to the east. For more options, Boston is only about 13 miles to the northeast.
Is Wellesley pet friendly?
Yes, Wellesley is very pet-friendly. Although Wellesley isn't home to any off-leash dog parks, there are 25 miles of trails in Wellesley on which dogs are welcome, and they can be off-leash if under voice control by the owner. Of the 14 trails, nine are woodland trails that go through conservation lands, parks, and open space, and five are interconnecting trails that run along aqueducts, parks, and roads. Wellesley's longest trail, the Crosstown Trail, is 5.4 miles long and runs along the Cochituate Aqueduct from the east to the west side of town. However, the town restricts the number of dogs on conservation land to two dogs per person, or three dogs with a permit.