Wakefield is a scenic town 10 miles north of Boston, first settled in 1638.

Wakefield is conveniently located at the intersection of two major commuting routes – I95 and I93, and is easily accessible, and is a great commuting town.

Wakefield has preserved much of its historic New England appearance and is recognized for its strong community involvement, quality school system, thriving businesses, public library, and for beautiful Lake Quannapowitt, which plays host to countless outdoor festivals and benefit activities each year. Walkers and joggers circle Lake Quannapowitt’s shores year round, and in the warmer months, boaters set sail from the nation’s oldest inland yacht club.