Dover Real Estate Information
Located approximately 15 miles southwest of Boston, Dover has a population of 6,279 (as of 2016), and the town was incorporated in 1836. Known for its rural feel, Dover has mostly one-acre residential zoning.
Here are some brief real estate-related facts about the Dover community:
Properties are serviced by private sewerage systems and have well water.
The 2019 tax rate is $12.93 per $1,000 of property valuation.
The town’s schools include Chickering Elementary School for preschool through Grade 5, Dover-Sherborn Middle School for Grades 6-8 located in Dover, and Dover-Sherborn High School for Grades 9-12 in Sherborn.
Dover is a town in Norfolk County.
Dover, MA Community Services and Organizations
Here are some links to provide you with additional information on Dover and its many community services and organizations: