Carlisle, a quiet and idyllic New England town, sits just north of Concord. The area was originally settled in the 1650s as part of Concord but eventually was incorporated as its own town in 1805. A quintessential small town, Carlisle’s main street houses a library, country store, and various small businesses while the town is host to two of the region’s notable Ice Cream Parlors. Great Brook Farm State Park is not only a revolutionary dairy farm, but also offers cross-country ski tours. One of Kimball Farms four branches, a New England staple, also resides in the town.
Many of the homes in this affluent town reflect its heritage with a variety of single families in both cape and colonial fashion. Only a short drive to Route 495, I-95, and I-93 makes the Massachusetts Turnpike and the rest of the state easily accessible.