Located in a rural area of Massachusetts and bordering New Hampshire, Warwick is a small town with a population of about 750 people. Warwick is surrounded by beautiful forests and hills with only one state highway which runs through it, Route 78. Warwick has a lot of wooded areas, making it quite a peaceful place to live.
Warwick State Forest
About one third of the town is protected land as part of Warwick State Forest, which draws outdoor enthusiasts to come and hike, cross-country ski, fish, and camp. It’s also a great place to spot a variety of wildlife, including black bears, moose, and white-tailed deer.
Mount Grace stands in the center of town at 1,621 feet. The Metacomet-Monadnock Trail traverses Mount Grace, as well as other networks of trails. Hiking, horseback riding, skiing, and snowmobiling are all permitted to use on the trails of Mount Grace.
Old Home Days
At the end of August each year, Warwick’s residents celebrate Old Home Days on the town common. The events’ activities include live music, demonstrations, games, and food. There is also a Cardboard Boat Race each year on Moore’s Pond where participants race their own homemade sailboats made of cardboard.
Overall, Warwick residents love their town for its beauty and peacefulness. If you are looking to buy a single family home, land to build your dream home, farm, or second home in Warwick, Mass, click here for the latest list of what is currently on the market. You can also contact Wanda Mooney to learn more about the area and the process of moving.
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