Welcome to Sherborn
A private suburb in the stunning rural countryside of Massachusetts
Sherborn is a rural suburb outside of Boston — about 40 minutes from the city by car but worlds away by feel. The lot sizes are large, with lots of space between your neighbors, creating a private and exclusive atmosphere. Large rolling hills and beautiful countryside soak the neighborhood in New England's charm.
What to Love
- Private and exclusive properties
- Large lots and expansive outdoor space
- Located near nature preserves and gardens
- Great location close to Boston
Sherborn is a fantastic community with a culture of relaxation and nature. Homes are large and private, and there is plenty of space for everyone to enjoy the beautiful New England countryside. Sherborn feels rural and removed from modern-day life, but it’s only a short drive away from all the necessary amenities. About five minutes away is the Natick Mall, with major retailers, high-end dining, and all the day-to-day shops you could need.
Dining, Entertainment & Shopping
The bounty of farms in the area is showcased at Heritage of Sherborn. This upscale pub features a farm-to-table menu featuring local, seasonal offerings. Heritage of Sherborn reinvents old classics with friendly service in their cozy dining room or patio. Also available are cooking classes to bring delicious flavors to your home and private tasting events.
The New England classic lunch of hotdogs, hamburgers, and soft serve can be found at C&L Frosty, an iconic staple in Sherborn. This quintessential New England establishment offers local hard and soft ice cream and plenty of lunch options.
In nearby Ashland, Stone’s Public House serves classic New England brews and bar bites in a historic building from 1834. Whether you're sipping a cold one from the polished wood bar in this landmark locale or enjoying the New England summer on the patio, Stone’s Public House is the perfect watering hole. For a more refined night out, Agostino’s Italian Restaurant in nearby Natick serves Italian and American fare in an elegant dining room with a full bar. With homemade Italian classics, the menu transports guests to Italy with impeccable service and a friendly atmosphere.
Things to Do
Sherborn is home to many farms and nature preserves, some of the best ways to enjoy the neighborhood. Sunshine Farm is a working farm with plenty of opportunities for exploration. In warmer months, visit the farm to pick produce, then finish the day with a delicious scoop of homemade ice cream from their cafe. Visitors can also enjoy a CSA membership for fresh, weekly produce and a greenhouse with different flowering plants. Another summer favorite is Farm Pond. With a sandy beach, docks, and clean water, Farm Pond is an excellent choice for summer swimming and boating.
Living in Sherborn allows easy access to stunning natural preserves. The Rocky Narrows is a superb park with plenty of walking and hiking trails that lead to scenic overlooks of the Charles River. Boating and kayaking on the river is also an option here.
Heritage of Sherborn also offers seasonal ice skating opportunities when the weather turns cold. Grab your skates and turn up to this local rink to show off your skills with your neighbors. The Peace Abbey is a memorial park where residents can relax, unwind and reflect on life. Featuring the Pacifist Memorial, the park is a shrine to pacifism and non-violence.
Sherborn is served by Dover Sherborn Regional District, one of the best school districts in the state. Students may attend: