Thinking about Moving to Natick, Massachusetts? Here are some things you should know . . .
Natick is a fine New England suburban town. With a great school system and easy access to Boston (and well within the service area of the Best Movers in Massachusetts!), of course Natick was named one of the Best Places to Live by Boston Magazine.
The former hometown of rags-to-riches fiction writer Horatio Alger, Channel Five meteorologist Harvey Leonard, and proto-punk icon Jonathan Richman, Natick is a one of the region’s most popular towns.
It’s certainly not the cheapest place to live in Massachusetts. However, homes are less expensive than many of Natick’s neighboring towns. In fact, with Wayland to the north, Weston to the northeast, Wellesley to the east, Dover to the southeast, and Sherborn to the southwest, Natick borders five of the ten wealthiest municipalities in the state.
Natick Real Estate
Approximately 56% of Natick’s housing stock was built before 1960, and some of the older buildings don’t have the widest staircases. Consequently, we always urge people to get a split box spring if your bed is a queen or larger.
If you’re moving into one of the town’s many apartment developments, including the Natick Collection, make sure your loading dock and elevator is reserved ahead of your move. (If you’re looking for a good realtor, we strongly recommend Barbara Honthumb at Century 21. We’ve worked with a lot of realtors and she really is one of the best.)
Budget Truck Rental
220 Worcester Road
336 Speen St.
Natick, MA 01760
**(this place is good because many of the units have drive-up access, making moving in and out of them very easy)**
All American Self Storage
14 Mill St. Natick, MA 01760