Just the Facts Medfield MA Housing Stats November 2011
The following report contains information for the Medfield MA real estate market for November 2011. The Medfield market remained stable from October to November 2011 for both condominium, town homes and single family homes. There was a slight increase in Sales up from November 2010 and the average days on market were less for single family homes.
17 Miles south west of Boston you will find the picturesque town of Medfield MA. With deep roots in American history, including the King Philip Indian War, the town has several historical buildings that spark the imagination. The local historical committee strives to preserve the history of the town and has been instrumental in restoring and preserving the Dwight Derby home, (one of the oldest in the country) and recently has moved the Lowell Mason home (think "Mary had a Little Lamb") to a new site on Green Street where it is in the beginning stages of a restoration process. The "Peak House" is a town icon and greets you as you drive to the town on Route 109.
Medfield is known for it's commitment to education and quality of life for the residents. The center of Medfield is picture book New England. Here you will find tree lined streets, American flags and small shops and galleries. There is an old fashioned "soda fountain" in the quaint, you can find anything here, department store.
Medfield is a well run community and the town meeting form of government ensures that a resident can really have his say in shaping the policies of the town, and believe me they do!
If you are looking to make a move in the Medfield, MA area, please give me a call.
Carol-Ann Palmieri 508-494-9061