Sudbury is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. The town was incorporated in 1639. The total area of the town is 24.6 sq mi (63.8 km2).
The population was 17,714 at the 2010 United States Census, among which 93.3% were whites and 3.7% were Asians. The median age of the population is 38.8. For population 25 years and over in Sudbury, 71.9% has a bachelor’s degree or higher and 37.5% has a graduate or professional degree. The most common occupations for male are top executives (10%), other management occupations except farmers and farm managers (9%), business operations specialists (8%), computer specialists (7%) and engineers (6%).
The median household income in Sudbury in 2009 was $152,222, and the median per capita income in 2009 was $67,594. The median Asian household income in Sudbury was $189,539 in 2009. 10% of Sudbury families had an annual income above $200,000, and 9% of families had an annual income between $150,000 to $200,000. The estimated median house or condo value in 2009 was $691,942. The criminal index in 2009 Sudbury was 32 (U.S. average: 319.1).
Sudbury students in kindergarten through eighth grade attend Sudbury Public Schools, while high school students attend schools in the Lincoln-Sudbury Regional School District, which was established in 1954, integrating the former Sudbury High School with that of the nearby town of Lincoln, Massachusetts. In June 2002, the towns of Lincoln and Sudbury began a $74 million dollar project to build a new high school near the site of the original building. The shared Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School (LSRHS) is located in Sudbury. According to the Massachusetts high school ranking conducted by Boston Magazine, Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School was ranked 16th within Massachusetts in 2012. Students have the opportunity to take Advanced Placement coursework and exams. The AP participation rate at Sudbury High School is 32 percent.
Please download May 2018 Sudbury Market Report provided by The Greater Boston Association of Realtors.