Realtor in Norfolk Massachusetts
A Realtors Guide to Norfolk, Massachusetts
My name is Michael Mahoney and I am a Realtor in Norfolk Massachusetts. I have been a licensed real estate agent in Massachusetts for for over 15 years. I am an independent real estate advisor affiliated with Keller Williams Real Estate.
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If you have any questions on anything to do with Norfolk, Massachusetts or more specifically Norfolk Real Estate, please feel free to reach out to me I am a resident for and local Realtor here. I have also been selling real estate in the area for the last fifteen years! There are very few Realtors in the Norfolk that have the track record of being a top agent year after year. As a Realtor working here in the Norfolk county area for almost the last two decades I know the area really well.
Towns Neighboring Norfolk
Norfolk is located in eastern Massachusetts, bordered by Millis and Medfield on the north, Walpole on the east, Foxborough and Wrentham on the south, and Franklin and Medway on the west. Norfolk is 20 miles southwest of Boston; about 21 miles north of Providence, Rhode Island; and about 205 miles from New York City.
Geography of Norfolk, MA
According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 15.2 square miles (39 km2), of which 14.8 square miles (38 km2) is land and 0.3 square miles (0.78 km2) (2.30%) is water. The zip code for Norfolk is 02056.
Housing & Population Statistics for Norfolk
According to The City Data web site, here are some stats on Norfolk
As of 2010, the population was over 11,000 people.
Population in 2010: 11,227. Population change since 2000: +7.3%
Males: 6,757 (60.2%)
Females: 4,470 (39.8%)
Median resident age: 42.0 years
Massachusetts median age: 39.2 years
See more about Norfolk Census data here
Transportation in Norfolk, MA
The Norfolk MBTA commuter rail station is in Zone 5 and is located at 9 Rockwood Road. There are over 500 parking spaces available for commuters to park at for the day.
At one time, there was an active airport in Norfolk, Massachusetts. The Norfolk Airpark (FAA airport code 32M) has one 2,700-foot (820 m) north-south runway and is about 2 miles (3 km) west of the town center over on the Medway and Franklin side of town. It has been closed in recent yearsIt’s my understanding there have been plans for new residential developments proposed. According to the Wikipedia entry for Norfolk, Massachusetts there is debate within the town regarding the fate of the old airport as it would be a source of unnecessary noise.
Norfolk Public Schools
As of 2012, there are three public schools located within the town. They are the H. Olive Day Elementary School (Pre-K-2), The Freeman-Kennedy Elementary School (3-6), and King Philip Regional Middle School (7-8). Students go on to attend King Philip Regional High School in Wrentham or, specialty high schools such as Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School in Franklin and Norfolk County Agricultural High School in Walpole.
The H. Olive Day School is located at 232 Main Street:
The Freeman Kennedy School is located at 70 Boardman Street in Norfolk
The King Phillip Middle School is located at 18 King Street in Norfolk
The King Phillip Regional High School is located at 201 Franklin Street in Wrentham
Norfolk Public Library
A new public library building recently opened on town hill. Inside the new library in 2009, a one-room school house, the original public library building, was reopened as a meeting room and historical landmark. The Norfolk Library has amazing offerings.
The address for the Norfolk Public Library is:
139 Main St, Norfolk, MA 02056
The library phone number is (508) 528-3380.
Town Government in Norfolk
Norfolk is run by a board of three Selectmen, each elected for a three-year term, and is administered on a day-to-day basis by a Town Administrator who is a town employee. Residents help set policy and the direction of local government by volunteering to sit on elected and/or appointed boards and committees and by participating at Town Meeting.
The Norfolk Farmers Market
Norfolk Senior Citizens
The Town of Norfolk has made a tremendous investment in their senior population. The town has a senior center which is located at:
28 Medway Branch Road
Norfolk, MA 02056
Their phone number is 508-528-4430
According to the Virtual Norfolk web site The Norfolk Senior Center is open 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. Monday – Friday.
The Norfolk Council on Aging meets on the third Monday of every month except in August. They meet at the Senior Center at 9:30am.
Function of the Norfolk Council on Aging
The Norfolk Council on Aging is a Town of Norfolk board organized under the Board of Selectmen’s office to oversee services available to residents sixty years of age and over according to the Commonwealth of Massachusetts Annotated Laws Chapter 40, Section 8B.
Purpose of the Norfolk Senior Center and Council on Aging
To identify the needs of the community’s elder population and available resources to meet such needs. To educate the community at large in the needs of the elderly.
Things to Know About The Norfolk Council on Aging
The Norfolk Council on Aging provides various information, as well as transportation to doctors, shopping, meal sites, etc.
They also put out a monthly newsletter informing the local population about upcoming activities.
Norfolk Emergency Services
The Norfolk Police Department is a fairly small department located in the center of town. It is staffed by a total of 17 police officers, including the chief of police. The town’s fire department and emergency medical services was staffed full-time with 24h/7d coverage for the first time in April 2001, and since 2004 provides Advanced Life Support Services. The Fire Department is staffed by 13 career Firefighters which includes the fire chief. The police and fire communications department (also known as dispatch) is operated by a total of 4 full-time dispatchers and 6 part-time dispatchers. All of these emergency services are located in the center of town on Main Street.
Restaurants in Norfolk
Cilla’s Coffee House
Novatos – Italian and traditional American food in a relaxed atmosphere.
Horse and Carriage – One of the areas favorites for many years. American food at a reasonable price. Takeout pizza cannot be beat for kids and parties.
Eagle Brook Saloon – Affordable American food close to Gillette Stadium
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$495,000 : 22 Lafayette Lane, Norfolk3 beds, 2 full bathsListed with Keller Williams Realty Boston South West
$449,000 : 97 Meetinghouse Road, Unit 97, Norfolk3 beds, 2 full, 1 half bathsListed with William Raveis R.E. & Home Services
$479,900 : 6 Alice Avenue, Norfolk3 beds, 1 full bathListed with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Page Realty
$429,000 : 61 Main St, Norfolk3 beds, 1 full bathListed with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Evolution Properties
$585,000 : 3 Stacey Road, Norfolk3 beds, 3 full bathsListed with RE/MAX Distinct Advantage
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(all data current as of 9/18/2020)
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