Marketed by:

The Results Team

Laurie Murphy-Kelly and
Carole Barletta
Direct: 781-771-0041
Laurie.Murphy@remax.net
RE/MAX Executive Realty
14 North Meadows Road,
Medfield, MA 02052

Click to download our brochure:

Meetinghouse Village, Norfolk, MA

We support and comply fully with The Fair Housing Act which prohibits discrimination in housing due to: Race or color, National Origin, Religion, Sex, Family Status (including children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians; pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18), Handicap individuals or those with Disabilities.

Coming Soon
Meetinghouse Village

20 Townhomes in Norfolk, MA.
A Smart Growth community, the Norfolk MBTA commuter rail service is within walking distance.

Meetinghouse Village site sign
 
This will be 20 units, numbered from 40 to 78
  • meetinghouse village lanscaping 1
  • meetinghouse village garages and back entries
  • meetinghouse village side lawn
  • meetinghouse village front lawns
  • meetinghouse village elevation view
  • building site plan
  • sidewalk in neighborhood
  • sidewalk in neighborhood
  • easy walk to commuter rail
  • easy walk to town green
  • easy walk to town history
  • easy walk to town offices
  • easy walk to public library
  • easy walk to public library
  • floor plan
  • floor plan
  • floor plan
  • floor plan

Norfolk… one of the safest towns in Massachusetts

The following information is from the Norfolk town website, VirtualNorfolk.org, Norfolk was rated "#2 in the 2015 Safest Places in Massachusetts by Value Penguin, and rated #5 in the Safest Cities in MA by Safewise.com."

Walpole Public Building
Norfolk Today

The Town of Norfolk is a semi-rural suburban community located on an upper valley of the Charles River. According to the 2000 U.S. Census, Norfolk has 10,460 residents in 2,818 households. The town is governed through a Board of Selectmen, Town Administrator and Open Town Meeting as well as other Boards and Committees.

Walpole town Seal
Norfolk History

Although first settled in 1669, Norfolk was not incorporated as a town until 1870, when it broke away from Wrentham and other surrounding communities. The area formerly known as "North Wrentham" has gone through many changes over the years. You can explore the history of our town through the Norfolk Timeline Project brought to you by the Norfolk Historical Commission.

Walpole Library
Norfolk Services

For a relatively small town, Norfolk has some robust municipal services available to residents. Norfolk has its own K-6 Schools and is one of three towns participating in the King Philip Regional School District. The town has its own Police, Fire, and Water departments, as well as a growing Library. Click here to access all town departments. The town of Norfolk now also offers many services online.

For more information, call Marie Nalli at: 781-828-5781

Meetinghouse Village, Norfolk, MA

Click to download our brochure:

Marketed by:

The Results Team

Laurie Murphy-Kelly and
Carole Barletta
Direct: 781-771-0041
Laurie.Murphy@remax.net
RE/MAX Executive Realty
14 North Meadows Road,
Medfield, MA 02052

We support and comply fully with The Fair Housing Act which prohibits discrimination in housing due to: Race or color, National Origin, Religion, Sex, Family Status (including children under the age of 18 living with parents or legal custodians; pregnant women and people securing custody of children under 18), Handicap individuals or those with Disabilities.