Today, as Randolph celebrates two full centuries as a town, the community feels itself to be one of the most culturally diverse municipalities on the South Shore. Working together to meet the challenges of a changing society and economy, town residents celebrate their unique heritage and strive to build for a future in which all can take pride.
The recreation center of Randolph regularly arranges interesting events and activities for its residents and their guests. There are some excellent golf courses, huge parks with facilities for different activities, playgrounds, a community theater, and monuments of historical importance. Also, Powers Farm is a combination of pasture, fields, woodland, wetlands and pond. This diverse habitat is home to a variety of wildlife and endangered plant species. This property helps to maintain the integrity of the local water source, preserves the integrity of Randolph's natural environment, provides green space for passive recreation and enjoyment of natural and scenic vistas for generations of Randolph residents.
Estimated median home cost in 2012: $208,700. Home appreciation in 2011 has been 1.06%
Estimated median household income in 2010: $72,384.
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