ESTATES AT WALPOLE
About the Town & Subdivision
Throughout its history,Walpole has always attracted a diversity of people to settle within its boundaries.The town is just 19 miles south of Boston,26 miles north of Providence and 205 miles from New York City.
Because of the natural resources of Great Cedar Swamp and the Neponset River,Walpole has always maintained a strong industrial base. Yet,with 20 square miles of rolling terrain,many families found the charm of its rural character an ideal place to raise a family.Thus,over time,the town evolved into a growing bedroom community with a stable mix of commercial and industrial land uses.
In 1708,the mill workers of Walpole petitioned the town meeting of Dedham to form a township, setting their own boundaries and freeing themselves of Dedham’s tax burden.The petition was granted and the new town was named Walpole,in honor of England’s Prime Minister,Sir Robert Walpole, a staunch friend of the American colonies.Walpole was incorporated as a township in 1724.
Development in Walpole has been wisely planned to provide conservation areas and recreational parks. This ensures that future residents will always have a place where they can enjoy clean air and open spaces.
The Estates at Walpole is beautifully situated adjacent to acres of open space and the tranquil Bird Pond. As a resident of The Estates at Walpole you will enjoy the prestige,beauty and convenience Norfolk County has to offer.
Latest Housing Report
10 Year Sales History
Site Plan Through Various Phases
Site Plan - Last Phases
Land Development Progress over the Years
Price List from Original Builder as of September 2012
Close proximity to Route 1 and Interstate 95, and a 25-minute drive to Boston
Outstanding Walpole School District
Convenient to shopping, dining, and cultural and recreational opportunities
9-Foot First-Floor Ceilings
Luxurious Master Bedroom Suites