Medfield is an affluent community in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, approximately 17 miles southwest of Boston. It is 180 feet above sea level and is 14.43 square miles in size.
Medfield (New Dedham) was first settled in 1649, mostly by people who relocated from Dedham, which was incorporated in 1636. The first 13 house lots were laid out on June 19, 1650, and the town was incorporated in May 1651 as the state’s 43rd town.
The latest available official figures showed a population of 12,660 as of December 31, 2011.
According to Zillow, using data through Jun 30, 2016, the median home value is $611,200, having gone up 6.8 percent over the past year with a prediction that it will rise 1.9 percent within the coming year. The rent index is $3,065 per month.
Norfolk County real estate includes homes, condos, townhomes, duplexes, and included in rentals are luxury apartments and townhomes.
Medfield Public Schools continue to be ranked among the top ten school systems in Massachusetts. In 2014, U.S. News & World Report named Medfield as Massachusetts’ number nine ranked school system.
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