A small town located in Middlesex County, Sherborn was incorporated into Massachusetts in 1674. Sherborn is 16.2 square miles in area and has a population of 4,119 as of the last census. Originally a small farming community, Sherborn has grown into the 21st century as a rural suburban bedroom community for the surrounding high tech industry belt. Sherborn is also widely recognized for the quality of the school system it shares with neighboring Dover. In addition to this, Sherborn still retains many of the original houses from the 1700s and 1800s, with most located in the Town Center Historic District.
Sherborn is located 18 miles southwest of Boston. The town shares its borders with Natick, Framingham, Ashland, Millis, Holliston, and Medfield.