Groton Real Estate
Groton is the largest town in Middlesex County. The community of Groton has an array of schools of different levels, and two notable prep schools. Groton School founded in 1884 and Lawrence Academy at Groton founded in 1793. Some valued points of interest that distinguish Groton are the Groton Historical Society and Museum, The Gibbet Hill Castle, the Kalliroscope Gallery, the Noa Gallery, Autumn Hills Orchard, Grotonwood Camp and Conference Center and the Old Groton Inn. This town, full of history also is the host of the National Shepley Hill Horse Trails, which is an equestrian competition. Some other interesting facts about Groton when compared to the state of Massachusetts are that the median house value is above state average, the unemployed percentage is far below state average, and finally the percentage of the population with a bachelor’s degree or higher is significantly above the state average.
Groton is a well educated community that offers a wide variety of real estate.
Groton Community Information
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