Merrimac is a typical New England community located in the Merrimac River Valley, and 32 miles of Boston. Historically a manufacturing center, it has long since become a largely residential community, whose residents value its rural, small-town ambiance.
The town center has typical Victorian architecture, belonging to the late 19th century evidencing the townâ€™s history. There are various historical sites and popular museums nearby including the American Independence Museum, the American Textile History Museum, and the Amos Blanchard House & Barn Museum. The Town also holds the Merrimac Old Home Days, an annual festival with miniature golf, live animals, and an inflatable slide.
Estimated median home cost in 2012: $276,300. Home appreciation in 2011 has been 0.51%.
Estimated median household income in 2010: $78,760.
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