Carlisle MA Homes for Sale
About the Town of Carlisle
The bucolic town of Carlisle, Massachusetts, was incorporated in 1805. Despite the passage of time, Carlisle has remained a rural oasis thanks in part to its pastoral properties and abundant conservation land. Great Brook State Park is a town treasure, allowing folks to take delight in horseback riding, cross-country skiing, biking, hiking, walking, and more! After all that exercise, you won’t want to miss the park’s ice cream stand. Another way to enjoy the beautiful outdoors is currently underway. Construction to extend the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail from Chelmsford through Westford, Carlisle, and Acton should be completed by fall of 2017.
Where is Carlisle, MA?
How do you get to Carlisle?
The main highway in Carlisle is Route 225 which offers easy access to State Route 3, State Route 128, and Interstate 495. There are no commuter rail stops within the town of Carlisle. However, there are stops located in the neighboring towns of Concord (90 Thoreau Street), Billerica (Ruggles Street & Station Street), and Acton (4 Central Street), providing busy commuters with train service access to Porter Square in Cambridge and North Station in Boston.
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Who to call for Carlisle information
Board of Assessors | 978.369.0392
Building Dept | 978.369.6689
Fire Dept | 978.369.1442
Library | 978.369.4898
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MLS Listings for Carlisle Massachusetts Real Estate
Carlisle MA Homes for Sale from $0 – $700,000
Carlisle MA Homes for Sale from $700,000 – $1,000,000
Carlisle MA Homes for Sale from $1,000,000 – $1,500,000