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Boylston is a small, rural community in Central Massachusetts. Settled in 1722 along the Nashua River and incorporated in 1786, the town remained an agricultural community until the mid 1950’s. The natural beauty of Boylston is everywhere: the peaceful waters of the Wachusett Reservoir with its treasure of flora and fauna; the Town Common dominated by a typical New England church and well kept 18th and 19th century homes. The land is crisscrossed by numerous streams, fields of wild flowers, and stands of stately trees. Boylston is a haven for commuters who leave the cities where they labor and find peace and solace in a town that has retained much of its rural atmosphere with a population of about 7,000.

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