Nestled in the North Shore, Topsfield is a close knit community with a small town feel. Although, there is a Village Shopping Center and other small businesses, the Town remains primarily a residential community. Citizen initiatives help improve the quality of life in Topsfield, and city projects are undertaken by community groups and funded by private donations and volunteer labor. The community retains a rural character, with a typical New England Town Common.
Apart from having a peaceful, rural atmosphere, Topsfield also provides numerous recreational opportunities, such as beautiful parks and recreation facilities as well as award winning schools and places of interest. Nearby parks include Bradley Palmer State Park, Klock Park, Pye Brook Park, and Georgetown Rowley State Forest. There are also many museums near Topsfield including the American Textile History Museum, the Amos Blanchard House & Barn Museum, and the Armenian Library and Museum of America.
Estimated median home cost in 2012: $455,900.
Estimated median household income in 2010: $100,625.
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