Rowley is a charming New England city located 27 mile of Boston. It is in a current transition from its historical farming roots to that of a residential community. The town maintains its historical charm featured by numerous stately, colonial era homes lining Main Street, and several tall white steeple churches standing nearby. Heavily forested, there are several working farms with numerous single-family house lots and a few apartments and condominium complexes.
The town has a varied terrain, and is situated between two rivers. The Salisbury Beach State Reservation and the Hampton Beach State Park offer opportunities for camping, fishing, and boating. Green open spaces in the region include the Bradley Palmer State Park, and the Plum Island State Park. Fuller Gardens, and Stone Zoo are also close by.
Estimated median home cost in 2012: $332,900.
Estimated median household income in 2010: $65,037.
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