There's much to love in Littleton!
Littleton lies 25 miles northwest of Boston, and Hager Homestead’s 15-acre parcel is centrally located on Littleton’s main thoroughfare, King Street. It is right next door to Town Hall, the new Reuben Hoar Library, and the site of a planned new senior center. Sidewalks connect us to downtown with locally-owned small businesses. Nearby is a town green with bandstand, a community farm, and the historical society’s headquarters.
Plus, we can stroll right across
King Street to town-owned conservation land with a walking trail.
Littleton has nearly 300 acres of conservation land on 28 sites, with hiking trails, vernal pools, wildlife preservation, and preserved sites of Native American Nashoba Praying Indians. Connect with the rail trail in nearby Westford or Acton for walks and biking adventures.
Long Lake has a town beach for swimming, fishing,
kayak and paddle board.
There's public boat access and even boats to rent.
Littleton is home to several farm stands that showcase nature's bounty
in the Middlesex area
The town's manmade amenities include The Point, a shopping center with supermarket, movie theater, hotel, restaurants, Emerson Health urgent care center, and regional chain stores
We’re a 15-minute drive from Emerson Hospital in Concord and Nashoba Valley Medical Center in Ayer, both affiliated with major Boston hospitals
Nearby, the stunning
Groton Hill Music Center
opened in Fall 2022
We look forward to concerts and recitals... maybe even learning to play a new instrument!
Littleton is close to major routes: Route 2 east to Boston or west to the Mohawk Trail; Route 495 north to New Hampshire and Maine or south to Cape Cod. The commuter rail train stops en route to Boston at the Littleton station, just two miles away from Hager Homestead, with bus service to the station.