On Friday, June 15, John and Anthony visited zip code 01834 in Groveland, Massachusetts.
John and Anthony discussed 3 featured properties for sale in Groveland.
About Groveland Massachusetts
Groveland is a small town in the northeastern part of Massachusetts with a population of 6,459 people. It’s situated along the banks of the Merrimack River and is about 31 miles from Boston. Routes 495 and 95 are minutes from town, making Groveland a comfortable commute to Boston to the south or Manchester New Hampshire to the north. There is also commuter bus service to and from Boston provided by the Coach Company.
What makes Groveland a great town to live in?
Groveland is a relaxed, friendly town with plenty of green open spaces. Groveland is home of the Crane Pond Wildlife Management Area which is over 2000 square miles and has trails for mountain biking and cross-country skiing as well as picnic areas and places for horseback riding. You can go snowmobiling and ice fishing in the winter and hunting in the fall. Residents also enjoy the Pines Recreation area on Main Street which has basketball courts, baseball fields, facilities for cookouts, and access to the Merrimack River.
Every year in September the town celebrates Groveland Day, in commemoration of Groveland becoming incorporated as a town in 1850. There are carnival games, music, food, pony rides for the kids, crafts, and a 5K road race. There are several casual dining spots in town such as Pub 97, DeLeo’s Pizza, or the Groveland Diner for home style cooking.
Students in grades K-6 attend the Dr. Elmer S. Bagnall Elementary School, which is also the home of the Groveland Summer Recreation Program, a summer day camp that includes swimming, field trips, arts and crafts, and sports for children in grades 1 through 7. Older children attend the Pentucket Regional Middle and High Schools in nearby West Newbury.
The average home sale price in Groveland is $323,698 for a single-family home and $176,000 for a condo.
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Hi, I heard you’re coming to Groveland tomorrow and want to point out that the town set up a new dog park in the Pines Recreational area. Groveland does not offer much in the way of parks and rec but I have to give them props for the dog park. It’s a safe place to exercise dogs and I’ve met more neighbors in the time I’ve been going there than in the 14 years I’ve been living here.
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