The welcoming farmer's porch leads to a unique, bright, garden style condo, located in the heart of Wenham Village. Meticulously maintained, the open concept living/dinin...
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Wenham is a wonderful rural town. Settled in 1635, it has strong history. It can also be characterized by it's farm lands, Woods and recreational areas.
Boston Magazine declared it one of the "Best Places to Live". A title it shares with it's close neighbor, Hamilton.
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Wenham is a great town for those who love the outdoors. It also offers a variety of historic houses, as well as newly built houses. For more info visit our houses page to get more info about neighborhoods and types of houses available for sale today.
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Locals commute to the city by car or commuter rail.
Drivers have two highway options. Take Wenham Street to North Street, and onto Interstate 95. Then onto Route 1. Alternatively, you can take the Yankee Division highway to Route 1.
Commute time this way can be 40 to 50 minutes. Or you can take Route 1A into the city in about an hour.
Rail commuters can hop on the Newburyport/Rockport Line at MBTA's Hamilton/Wenham Station. The trip to North Station takes about 45 minutes.