Norwell

Settled in 1636 as part of Satuit (later Scituate), Norwell sits twenty miles south of Boston along the picturesque North River. Shipbuilding was a major industry of the town during the 1700's and 1800's. Some of the finest sailing vessels in our nation's history being produced in Norwell, including the first ship to circumnavigate the globe, the Columbia. In 1888 the town incorporated as Norwell in recognition of Henry Norwell, a dry goods merchant and summer resident who helped to fund the town's public roads.

Today, Norwell is primarily a residential town, known for its highly ranked school system and public services. There are a number of recreational areas throughout the town, offering a wide array of outdoor activities. Some of these include: Valley Swamp and Stetson Meadows Conservation Land, the Albert F. Norris reservation (pictured to the left), Black Pond Natural Preserve, the North River Salt Marsh, and the Donovan Property.

Norwell- Homes for Sale

9 Curtis Farm Road

3f;1h

3700

$1,219,000

Norwell, MA 02061

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20 Bayberry Lane

3f;1h

3995

$1,350,000

Norwell, MA 02061

5

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Unit 8 Hillcrest Circle Unit 8

2f;1h

2500

$859,000

Norwell, MA 02061

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Norwell Schools

Elementary Schools

     Public; Grades PK - 5;  Enrollment ​476 

     Public Charter; Grades K - 12;  Enrollment ​927

     Public; Grades PK - 5;  Enrollment ​519

Middle Schools

     Public    

     Grades 6 - 8; Enrollment 507​​

     Public Charter

     Grades K - 12;  Enrollment ​927

High Schools

     ​Public

     Grades 9 - 12; Enrollment 695

     Public Charter

     Grades K - 12;  Enrollment ​927

Norwell Demographics *

Population

11,115

Median Home Value

$615,700

Median Household Income

$151,306

Persons per Household

2.93

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