One of the prettiest and pleasantest of all New England towns, Georgetown is located about 30 miles from Boston, on the line of the Boston & Maine Railroad. The Town features a small town rural atmosphere within reach of employment centers. It boasts a charming downtown, which includes a thriving antiques center, an organ manufacturing company and a supermarket. The Town also has an expanding public golf and country club.
Georgetown offers numerous attractions which include the Ipswich River Wildlife Sanctuary, the Georgetown Rowley State Forest, the Stage Fort Park and Beach, and the Harold Parker State Forest. The Georgetown Historical Society Museum, Georgetown Peabody Library, and Brocklebank Museum are cultural attractions in area. The town also has several churches including the First Congregational Church, the Byfield Parish Church, and Saint Marys Church. In addition, the Town's residents organize an annual Georgetown Days celebration during the weekend preceding the Fourth of July, including food, crafts, rides, entertainment and fireworks for the whole family.
Estimated median home cost in 2012: $329,300. Home appreciation in 2011 has been 0.58%.
Estimated median household income in 2009: $93,131.
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