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Wilmington Real Estate

Incorporated in 1730, The Town of Wilmington, Massachusetts, is a suburban community with a mix of residential neighborhoods, commercial districts and industrial parks. The town is a haven of single-family homes and often referred to as a commuters’ paradise with its close proximity to the Interstates 93, 495 and 95/128, along with two train lines to Boston.  Located in Northeastern Massachusetts, bordered by Andover on the north; North Reading and Reading on the east; Woburn on the south; and Burlington, Billerica, and Tewksbury on the west. Wilmington is 11 miles southeast of Lowell, 15 miles north of Boston, and 224 miles from New York City.  Wilmington’s population is estimated at 21,679 (2007).  Wilmington has an open town meeting and is governed by a Board of Selectmen with a Town Manager.  

Wilmington is an attractive place to live and work.  Evidence of the town’s community spirit can be found throughout the year at various activities held on the Town Common. The Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Summer Concerts on the Common, Week-long Fourth-of-July Festivities, and Holiday Tree-Lighting Ceremony are just some of the events that provide families and friends an opportunity to come together.