Georgetown was settled in 1639 and used to be a part of Rowley. It was officially named a town in 1838 and it grew larger over the years to a population well over 8,000 living in this 13 square mile location. Georgetown MA homes for sale attract buyers who wish to settle down in a historic part of the Boston North Shore area.
Georgetown, unlike its neighboring municipalities, has its own municipal school district, and is not part of a regional school association or district.
Georgetown has many fun events and interesting places. The Erie 4 Fire Company is the oldest private fire business worked by volunteers in the United States. Another interesting location is the artifact of the “Old Nancy” cannon from the Revolutionary War.
Georgetown MA homes for sale attract many nature lovers. There are numerous streams and ponds in the area. Two of its famous ponds are Pentucket Pond, and Rock Pond. Georgetown served as the filming location for the movie, “The Woman”. The primary filming was at Camp Leslie, along the shore of Pentucket Pond.
Georgetown is profuse in history with prominent people who have delighted in making their home here.
Georgetown MA Homes For Sale
Because of its rich heritage some of the most desirable Georgetown MA homes for sale date back to the 18th century. However, there are also newly built houses available for sale. Real estate properties in the area are often situated nearby forests, ponds and streams.
Below are some of the currently available homes for sale in the Georgetown area.
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