video by Eric H., VisitingNewEngland.com
MA, a tight-knit southwest suburban Boston
town of about 24,000 people, is one of many New England communities
that flies under the radar when considering great towns.
With a small-town atmosphere, close neighborhoods, a quaint historic
downtown with three town commons, scenic Bird Park and Adams Farm, and
winding attractive suburban and rural roads, Walpole, at times, seems
like a small country town with its wide, open spaces and some stunning
North Walpole rural scenery. It's ultimately not a small country town,
however, with busy Routes 1A and 1 bringing loads of commuting traffic
and myriad commercial and industrial endeavors. But once off
the main roads, Walpole has a great feel -- the perfect place to raise
a family or perhaps start a business. Within close proximity to Boston
and Providence, Walpole feels far removed these developed urban
destinations. This ideal location gives residents the option of
enjoying their laid-back town, or taking a short ride to the "city." To
get a better taste of Walpole we encourage you to watch this video.
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