Is Norfolk MA a good place to live?

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Is Norfolk MA a good place to live? Explore further to uncover what sets this charming town and community apart as an ideal place to put down roots.

Norfolk is a quaint, rural suburban town bordered by Millis, Medfield, Walpole, Wrentham, Foxboro, Franklin, and Medway. Although Norfolk is small in size, it is big in character, charm, and small-town appeal.

Residents can get to the center of Boston in about an hour by car or can opt to take the commuter rail in downtown Norfolk.

Schools in Norfolk

Public Elementary Schools
H. Olive Day School (Grades Pre-K – 2)
Freeman-Kennedy School (Grades 3-6)

Public Middle School
King Philip Regional Middle School (Grades 7-8)

Public High School
King Philip Regional High School (Wrentham)

Specialty High Schools
Tri-County Regional Vocational Technical High School (Franklin)

Norfolk County Agricultural High School (Walpole)

Things to Do in Norfolk

Fore Kicks Sports Complex and Golf Course
Indoor soccer, basketball, driving range, pickleball, volleyball, field hockey, and more.

Norfolk Arena
Hockey, figure skating, and public skating.

Jane and Paul’s Farm
A local favorite, serving up seasonal, fresh produce. Fun for everyone with pick your own blueberries, strawberries, corn, and more.
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Nature Experiences in Norfolk

Stony Brook
Meander along the Stony Brook boardwalk to experience fields, forests, wildlife, and wetlands.

Restaurants in Norfolk

Horse and Carriage

Novatos Bar and Grill
American, Bar

Eagle Brook Saloon
American, Bar

Norfolk Town Pizza
158 Main St, Norfolk

Aroma Italian Pizza

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