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Overview of Chelmsford

Located just 34 miles northwest of Boston along Interstates 93 and 495, Chelmsford is one of the most attractive suburban communities in Massachusetts. Conveniently tucked away near the beautiful nature trails and towns of New Hampshire yet still close to the seacoast and big-city amenities of Boston, many Massachusetts residents are proud to call Chelmsford apartments for rent home. According to information from City-Data, the estimated median household income in the area was $20,000 more than the average Massachusetts citizen, showing the hard working and prosperous attitude of this fantastic New England town.

Living in Chelmsford, MA

Chelmsford was one of the original Massachusetts Bay colonies settled around 1653 by English settlers. The city always had its roots as a farming community until after World War II, when the areas around Boston began to sprawl and Chelmsford's agricultural communities were supplanted by residential developments for the growing area. Despite its fast-growing population, the town still features many of its older colonial relics in its historic downtown.

Today, the area of Chelmsford is twice its original size and home to around 33,000 residents, according to the city's website. With plenty of history, great schools, and community togetherness, it is likely that Chelmsford will show no signs of slowing down.

Chelmsford Attractions and Special Events

Because of its forested location near many rivers, Chelmsford is home to many areas that are ideal for outdoor recreation. One of the city's most prized areas is the Thanksgiving Ground Forest, a 45-acre expansion of hunting grounds located just south of the city. The area gets its name from an annual gathering of Chelmsford residents each Thanksgiving at the site for an old-fashioned fox hunt.

There are plenty of colonial historical landmarks that the city takes great pride in, including the Barrett-Byam Homestead, the city's Forefathers Burying Ground, and Revolutionary War Memorial that honors the city's more than 350-year history.

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