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      West Bridgewater, MA

      The town of West Bridgewater, MA was founded in 1822 and has a land area of 15.3 square miles. The estimated population of 6,916. West Bridgewater is mostly residential and consists of mainly single family homes. West Bridgewater runs along Routes 24, 106 and 28.

       

      Points of interest: War Memorial Park

       

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      Taunton, MA

      The city of Taunton, MA was founded in 1637 making it one of the oldest towns in the United States. The estimated population is 55,874 and the total land area is 46.7 square miles. Taunton is also known as the “Silver City” and was a historic center of the silver industry beginning in the 19th Century. Also known as the “Christmas City” Taunton is well known for its beautiful Taunton Green light display during the holiday season. Taunton is a city that is very rich in history which is well chronicled at Old Colony Historical Society, the city’s only museum. If your home search includes Taunton, you will find that it has a large mix of city areas, suburban areas, and historical areas with single family, multi-family and condominium homes.

      Through GATRA, bus service is available throughout the city and surrounding areas. The city is located in the central hub of southeastern Massachusetts, where most of the region's major roads cross in or near Taunton's center. Taunton is within a 30- 45 minute drive to Boston, Plymouth, Cape Cod, Providence, and Newport RI. Taunton runs along many routes which include Route 44, 140, 138, 104, and 24.

       

      Points of interest: Taunton Green, Old Colony Historical Society, Gertrude Boyden Wildlife Sanctuary, Lake Sabbatia, Watson's Pond State Park and Massasoit State Park

       

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      Coyle and Cassidy High School

      Bristol-Plymouth Regional Technical School

      Old Colony Historical Society

      Downtown Taunton Business Improvement District

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      Rehoboth, MA

      The town of Rehoboth, MA was established in 1643 with an estimated population of 11,608. Rehoboth has a land area of 46.5 square miles. Rehoboth is a mostly rural, suburban community with many historic sites. There are also many equestrian farms and riding facilities in Rehoboth. If you find yourself looking for a home in Rehoboth you'll find mainly single family homes.

       

      Points of interest: Rehoboth State Forest, Shad Factory Conservation area, Mason St. Conservation area, Miler Bird Sanctuary

       

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      Raynham, MA

      The town of Raynham, MA was incorporated in 1731 and has an estimated population of 13,383. Raynham has a total land area of 20.5 square miles. Housing in Raynham consists of mainly single family homes and some condominium units. Raynham is located along Routes 24, 495, 138 and 44.

       

      Points of interest: Johnson's Pond and the Borden Colony Recreation Area

       

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      Norton, MA

      The town of Norton, MA was first incorporated in 1711 with a total land area of 29.8 square miles. The estimated population is 19,031. Norton is a small but growing community with a mix of single family homes and condominium units. Norton residents have access to the GATRA bus line which connects Taunton to Attleboro. The nearby Mansfield MBTA station offers Norton residents easy access to rail service to Providence or Boston. Norton is located along Routes 495, 123 and 140.

       

      Points of interest: Wheaton College and TPC Boston

       

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      Wheaton College

       

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      Middleboro, MA

      The town of Middleboro, MA was founded in 1694 and has a whopping total land area of 68.1 square miles! The total population is estimated to be 23,116. Middleboro offers single family homes, multi-family homes and condominiums with a mix of country and small city living close to Cape Cod. Middleboro is served by the Old Colony Commuter Rail service out of the Lakeville/Middleboro station. The city is located along Routes 495, 44, 105, 28 and 18.  

        

      Points of interest: Ocean Spray, Oliver Mill Park and the Middleborough Historic Museum

       

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      Mansfield, MA

      The town of Mansfield, MA was incorporated in 1775 and has an estimated population of 23,184 residents. It's total land area is 20.7 square miles. Residents have access to MBTA Commuter Rail service out of downtown Mansfield. Housing options in Mansfield consist of mainly single family homes and condominiums. While Mansfield is a town, they have large shopping centers, a entertainment venue and an Industrial Park. Mansfield is thought to have a very good school system as well. The town is located along Routes I-95, 495, 140, 106 and 123.  

       

      Points of interest: Comcast Center, Mansfield Municipal Airport  

       

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      Lakeville, MA

      The town of Lakeville, MA was incorporated in 1853 and has a total land area of 29.2 square miles. The population is estimated to be 10,602. Residents have access to MBTA Commuter Rail service out of the Middleboro/Lakeville station. Lakeville consists of mainly single family homes and is considered a small town and picturesque community. The town is located along Routes 495, 105, 44, 18 and 79.

       

      Points of interest: Ritter Farm Park

       

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      Easton, MA

      The town of Easton, MA was incorporated in 1725 and has a total land area of 29.2 square miles. The total population is estimated to be 23,112. If you choose to look for a home in Easton, you'll find a mix of single family homes and condominiums. On average, homes in Easton carry a higher selling price than most of the other nearby cities or towns and is said to have one of the better school systems in the area. Easton is often recognized as one of the "Best Places to Live" by different editorial publications. The town is located along Routes 106, 123 and 138.  

       

      Points of interest: Stonehill College, Easton Children's Museum, Ames Free Library and Borderland State Park

       

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      East Bridgewater, MA

      The town of East Bridgewater, MA was incorporated in 1823 and has a total land area of 17.5 square miles. The estimated population is 13,794. The town is located along Routes 18, 106, 27 and 14. The town offers a variety of single family, multi-family and condominium units for housing options. While considered a small town by most not living in the town, the population is almost twice that of some other similar sized towns in the same region.

       

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