Westwood, located in Metropolitan Boston is a community that offers a blend of residential and business development. Just 12 miles south of Boston, Westwood and its 13,000 residents benefit from the town's strategic position at the junction of Interstates 95/128 and 93, two major north-south arteries of the state. Within Westwood is a... Show all »
Westwood, located in Metropolitan Boston is a community that offers a blend of residential and business development. Just 12 miles south of Boston, Westwood and its 13,000 residents benefit from the town's strategic position at the junction of Interstates 95/128 and 93, two major north-south arteries of the state. Within Westwood is a healthy supply of retail, commercial and industrial space. The town welcomes new businesses and has a large business park that serves as a significant employer for the area.
Additionally, the town's vibrant activity and convenience is aided by two commuter rail stations and major secondary roads such as Routes 1, 1A and 109. Communities surrounding Westwood include Dover on the west, Needham on the north, Dedham on the east and northeast, Canton on the east, and Norwood and Walpole on the south. Westwood's local government is typical of other small residential communities of the area. The town is run by open town meeting and a board of selectmen who oversee an array of services like water, sewer, police, and fire protection.
The recreation department manages several conservation areas, athletic fields, playgrounds and an indoor public pool. Westwood residents enjoy a spectrum of community, crafts and sports activities. There are two public libraries in town and Westwood's school system is highly regarded. There are five elementary schools, a middle school and high school. The vast majority of graduates go on to pursue higher education at top colleges and universities.
Home prices in Westwood reflect the desirability of this conveniently located community where residents enjoy a high quality of suburban life within the Boston metropolitan area. The architectural sensibility of Westwood's tree-lined quiet neighborhoods is strongly traditional. Most houses are capes and colonials.
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