Previously an agricultural community that supplemented its local economy with small industries like cider mills and shoe making, Sherborn today is a spacious, uncrowded residential town. Sherborn prides itself on its well-respected school district and peaceful rural atmosphere that has remained unspoiled by development. Careful zoning that calls for generous lots has preserved the open feeling and country appeal. A significant percentage of the community has been preserved as forest and undeveloped land, ensuring the unspoiled natural beauty that has always been the Sherborn heritage. Housing lots typically range from one to three acres in size. A few historic houses date back to the Revolutionary War, although new custom homes are often set back from the road for the ultimate in privacy. Farm Pond is available for swimming and boating. Other recreational amenities include tennis courts, ice-skating area, playing fields, hiking/biking trails, and a bridle path through the town forest.
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