The town is also prideful of its rich and varied history. From pre-colonial times to the Revolutionary War, Ashby played an instrumental role in the formation of the Colony and Independence. The town's historic burial grounds provide testimony to this. In the pre-Civil War era, the town was a station on the Underground Railway for slaves going to Canada.
The twentieth century saw the development of mills, and service in two World Wars to Desert Storm. Throughout it all, the character and pride of the town has grown, leading to a high degree of community spirit and service. (Narrative supplied by community)
LocationNorth central Massachusetts, bordered by New Ipswich and Mason, New Hampshire, on the north; Townsend on the east; Lunenburg and Fitchburg on the southeast and south; and Ashburnham on the west. Ashby is 8 miles north of Fitchburg, 32 miles north of Worcester, and 49 miles northwest of Boston.
Total Area: 24.17 sq. miles
Land Area: 23.80 sq. miles
Density: 114 per sq. mile
Source: Mass Department of Housing and Community Development
Real Estate Market Stats
Home Size in Square Feet
|Zillow Home Value Index||$265,400||$201,900|
|Median Single Family Home Value||$265,000||$200,100|
|Median 2-Bedroom Home Value||$229,100||$158,000|
|Median 3-Bedroom Home Value||$272,500||$195,700|
|Median 4-Bedroom Home Value||$306,700||$319,200|
|Percent Homes Decreasing||5.2%||17.2%|
|Median List Price Per Sq Ft||$156||$128|
|Median Sale Price||23||2,505,126|
|Turnover (Sold Within Last Yr.)||0.4%||2.9%|
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