Few areas in the North Shore are growing as rapidly as Middleton. With the Ipswich River running through it and large ponds scattered around, water really carves out the neighborhoods of beautiful Middleton. The landscape persuades a natural separation between residences to make its 8,000 residents seem much fewer.
Middleton’s history is tied directly to its name. The halfway point between two important early settlements, Salem and Andover, Middleton naturally became Middleton. The town’s history as a crossroads has given it many stories and by having a legendary historian, Lura Woodside Watkins, as a native, much of them can still be heard.
Prospective buyers are flocking to the Middleton housing market for its rural setting in proximity to a major city. The public-school system consistently receives high marks and is shared with Boxford and Topsfield, forming a tri-town district. Apart from the large Boxford State Forest, Middleton lays claim to a golf course, country club and a water park.
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