Shrewsbury Massachusetts Real Estate

At the crossroads of many transportation routes, Shrewsbury Massachusetts rests between Worcester, Grafton, Northboro and Westboro. It's well situated to connect residents with the ports and airports of both Boston and Providence. Shrewsbury real estate covers a gorgeous, hilly terrain lined everywhere with small streams.

Shrewsbury's colonial economy included apple orchards, leather production and processing, and a gunsmithing industry. With economic depressions, broken railway promises, and a lack of high-power rivers, Shrewsbury real estate was forced into a residential role by the arrival of the twentieth century. Serving to feed and entertain the people of Worcester, Shrewsbury today is characterized by agriculture and the resort industry, especially on Lake Quinsigamond.

With a population close to 35,000, Shrewsbury Massachusetts is one of the fastest growing communities in the state. As the city continues to expand, look for Shrewsbury real estate values to climb significantly. The city has a colorful history dating back to its founding in 1722, and boasts an abundance of valuable Old New England homes to balance the new ones under construction today.

Shrewsbury Massachusetts is home to a renowned school system as well as its own electrical and cable companies, providing a stable base of energy and telecommunications jobs. Other well-known business in the Shrewsbury real estate area have included the Hebert Candy Mansion, which housed the first production facility for white chocolate in the United States, and the Worcester Foundation for Experimental Biology.

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