Dunstable, a small town covering 17 square miles lies on the Massachusetts-New Hampshire border. Settled by English families in the 1660's, Dunstable retains its original rural, agricultural character. With few conveniences besides small variety stores and a gas station in the center of town, residents can cross the border to the City... Show all »
Dunstable, a small town covering 17 square miles lies on the Massachusetts-New Hampshire border. Settled by English families in the 1660's, Dunstable retains its original rural, agricultural character. With few conveniences besides small variety stores and a gas station in the center of town, residents can cross the border to the City of Nashua, New Hampshire and travel the Daniel Webster Highway off Route 3 for services and shopping at places like the Pheasant Lane Mall. This proximity to the state border also places Dunstable within a short drive to the popular ski destinations further north in the White Mountains of New Hampshire.
Despite the low population and country setting, the Town of Dunstable provides a number of services for its roughly 2000 residents. There is a full-time police department and fire department, a post office in Dunstable center, a town library, refuse transfer station and central water supply. Dunstable shares a regional public school district with neighboring Groton and provides pre-kindergarten through grade 12. One of the three elementary schools in this regional district is located in Dunstable center. The others: two elementary schools, one middle school and one high school are in Groton.
The communities bordering Dunstable are Nashua, New Hampshire to the north; Groton to the south; Pepperell to the west; and Tyngsboro to the east. Dunstable, incorportated in 1673 is rich in unspoiled natural beauty. One location worth appreciating is Woodward's Mill Pond on Pond Street. The dominant housing style is the expansive colonial farmhouse. There are period homes as well as recent constructions available. Homes here generally feature one or more acre lots. Whether residents choose to bask in the beauty of Dunstable's landscape as they walk through town, or from the quiet seclusion of their own property, there is so much to appreciate in this rural New England community.
In July 2008, the average home sales price for a single family home or condo in Dunstable, MA was $454,333. While this data is collected from the MLS and deemed reliable, it is not guaranteed. « Show less
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