Acton MA Homes for Sale
About the Town of Acton
The beautiful town of Acton was settled in 1735. Not unlike many neighboring communities, Acton has close ties to the Revolutionary War. In fact, the Acton Minutemen were instrumental in the Battle of Lexington and Concord at the North Bridge. Aside from its abundant history, residents of this loosely populated town appreciate its schools, lush forests, and beautiful wetlands. Do you enjoy biking, walking, or running? The construction to extend the Assabet River Rail Trail through Maynard and Acton should be completed in late 2017. For winter sports enthusiasts, cross-country skiing will be possible during the colder months. In other good news, construction to extend the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail from Chelmsford through Westford, Carlisle, and Acton should be completed by fall of 2017.
Where is Acton, MA?
Acton, MA, is bordered by Boxborough, Carlisle, Concord, Littleton, Maynard, Stow, Sudbury, and Westford. Acton is 13 miles southwest of Lowell, 25 miles northwest of Boston, and 37 miles northeast of Worcester.
How do you get to Acton?
In addition to Route 2, which connects State Route 128 and Interstate 495, routes 2A, 27, 62, 111, and 119 all go directly through Acton. The South Acton commuter rail station is located at 4 Central Street. The train service offers easy access to Porter Square in Cambridge & North Station in Boston. Acton is a member of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), which provides THE RIDE, a paratransit service for the elderly and disabled.
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