The Middleton MA real estate market is booming with the population being around 9,000. It was settled in 1659 while being named an official town in 1728. Middleton MA got its name because it was located in the middle of early Salem and Andover. Bray Wilkins first settled in Middleton and it grew from its farming community. The city is the fastest growing community in the Boston North Shore area.
The Ipswich River flows through Middleton and two big ponds called Middleton Pond and Andover Meadow Pond are also located in Middleton. Many brooks and small ponds are also included. One of the oldest trees in Massachusetts is in Middleton and is about 400 years old.
If you’re a sports fan, you will love Middleton! There are many famous sports stars in Middleton. Lyndon Byers, Brian Rolston, P.J. Axelsson, Sergei Samsonov, Kyle McLaren, and Tim Thomas were all from the Boston Bruins and live in Middleton. Jo Jo White and Rasheed Wallace from the Boston Celtics also lived in Middleton. John Tudor and Coco Crisp formerly from the Boston Red Sox as well as a famous golfer named Kelly Gibson were residents in Middleton as well. It is a quick drive to Richardson’s Ice Cream and a little farther to the North Shore Mall.
Middleton MA Real Estate For Sale
There is plenty to choose from within the Middleton MA real estate market. Due to the growing economy, there is a lot of newly built subdivisions in the area with colonials, contemporary homes and unique custom built houses. If you’re over 55 you can opt for one of the adult communities in Middleton.
Here are a few of the Middleton MA real estate properties available for sale right now.
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