Cities and Towns

I’ve lived in North Central Massachusetts my entire life. One of my commitments to my clients is legitimate local knowledge–I want to be able to answer questions about the schools and municipal government off the top of my head. *I also do an excellent job researching other agents I can connect buyers and sellers with when their home or home search are outside of my service area.
Ashburnham

Ashburnham

Ashburnham is situated just north of Westminster and Gardner, and an easy drive to Rindge, NH. It's a small town of about 6,000 people and shares a...

Ashby

Ashby is a quaint town which was incorporated in 1767, comprised of land from Lunenburg, Fitchburg, Townsend, and Ashburnham. Ashby, located 57 miles...

Fitchburg

Fitchburg

Fitchburg and Leominster step up in populations from Gardner to 40,000 in each city. I commuted to Fitchburg State from Templeton and came to know...

Cities and Towns

Gardner

Gardner was the place to be when I was a newly licensed driver back in the 1980's. Coming from Templeton, Gardner was *the city*--so much more to do...

Cities and Towns

Hubbardston

Hubbardston is a town of about 5,000 people that is part of the Quabbin Regional School District. QRSD includes Barre, Hardwick, Hubbardston, New...

Paxton

Paxton is a hidden gem in Central Massachusetts for those looking for the quiet, small town life with access to the city of Worcester right down the...

Princeton

Princeton

Princeton was named after the Reverend Thomas Prince, Pastor of the Old South Church in Boston, and one of the first proprietors of the town....

Sterling

If you are in Sterling, stop by Oh My Gosh Antiques and Collectibles then don't miss the delicious home made (on-site) ice cream, cow gazing and goat...

Cities and Towns

Westminster

Of all the towns I work in, Westminster is my favorite. Why? Conveniently located, with 4 exits on/off of Route 2, just ten minutes west of...