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About the Town of Wayland

Wayland, MA, originally a part of the neighboring town of East Sudbury, was incorporated in 1780. East Sudbury became known as Wayland in 1835. The town of Wayland is home to the first public library in the state of Massachusetts. The Wayland Free Public Library was founded in 1848. Residents enjoy the semi-rural feel, award-winning schools, cultural organizations, and civic mindedness found in this conveniently located town.

Where is Wayland, MA?

Wayland, MA, is bordered by Framingham, Lincoln, Natick, Sudbury, and Weston. Wayland is 26 miles south of Lowell, 20 miles west of Boston, and 33 miles northeast of Worcester.

How do you get to Wayland?

Wayland’s primary highway is Route 20 which connects State Route 128 and Interstate 495. There is no direct commuter rail access in Wayland. However, the commuter rail is available in the neighboring towns of Lincoln at 160 Lincoln Road and Weston at Hastings, Kendall Green, and Silver Hill. Take advantage of the ease of train transportation to Cambridge’s Porter Square and Boston’s North Station.

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Who to call for Wayland information

Board of Assessors | 508.358.3788

Building & Inspections | 508.358.3600

Fire Dept | 508.358.4747

Library | 508.358.2311

Police Dept | 508.358.4721

Public Works | 508.358.3672

Town Clerk | 508.358.3630

Treasurer/Collector | 508.358.3633

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MLS Listings for Wayland Massachusetts Real Estate

Information courtesy of the Department of Housing and Community Development and the official website of the Town of Wayland. Wayland Massachusetts Real Estate market data provided by IDX.

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