Hamilton and Wenham have a lush green landscape with gorgeous equestrian properties and a friendly tight-knit community.
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(total homes sold: 214)
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Hamilton-Wenham features rolling farmlands with a quaint downtown area and immaculate residential neighborhoods with old stone walls on winding, tree-lined roads. Hamilton and Wenham are often spoken of together as they share a school system, library, recreation department, commuter rail station, and newspaper. It is known for its horse-riding trails, fox hunts, and polo matches. With no major highways passing through the town limits, Hamilton-Wenham provides a serene escape from the city while still having easy access to Boston through the commuter rail and easy access to well renowned beaches. The more than 450 miles of trails also provides the perfect environment of a plethora of outdoor activities such as hiking, biking, cross-country skiing, and swimming.
Hamilton-Wenham is home to many historic equestrian estates with rolling hills across several acres. Local American history is apparent in the municipal buildings, churches, private homes, businesses, agriculture, natural landscape, infrastructure and culture. You can find images of First Period, Georgian, and Federal houses provided by the Massachusetts Historical Commission site here.