Perhaps one of the quaintest areas of Medway, Massachusetts is the Medway Village Historic District. Located along the Charles River in the southeast corner of town, Medway Village was designated as a National Historic District in December of 2008. Home to more than two hundred historic buildings on approximately 60-acres of land, the unique architecture and historical importance of this area will surely enlighten you. For those who choose to purchase Medway homes, all this and more will be located just minutes from your front door. Interestingly, Medway Village was the first area in the town to see significant growth as the textile mills on the falls of the Charles River were established at the end of the 18th century and the industrial development during the 19th century. Today, it remains one of the most visited areas of the community.
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Another area of interest in Medway is The Rabbit Hill National Historic District. Located in West Medway on Rabbit Hill, it is here you will find the Community Church that was built in 1814 and more than 58 buildings of historic significance. The Medway homes found in this district are more than 100 years old. You will notice the community has taken great care to preserve an earlier New England village scene throughout this area. Its cohesive nature along with the quality and styles of the homes adds distinction to the area. Here you will find some of Medway’s best examples of Federal, Greek revival and Victorian buildings.
When you’re ready to experience the many benefits of purchasing any of the homes for sale Medway MA has to offer, please feel free to contact one of our Medway homes experts by using our agent-directory. We look forward to hearing from you soon and to welcoming you home to Medway. Let’s get started today!