Greenwood Farm

4.329 Votes
  • Address: 47 Jeffrey's Neck Rd, Ipswich, MA 01938, USA, United States
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  • Tags: Family And Kids, Nature, Farm

A beautiful nature reserve is the perfect way to unwind the harshness of the everyday life and when the nature reserve is as picturesque as the Greenwood Farm, there is little scope to left for the tiredness to remain. The farm that has a long history of influential owners found its rightful place in 1975 when it was turned over to the Trustees of Reservations. This important property has been listed on the National Register for Historic Places. The essence of the beauty of the stupendous farm is the setting of the Dodge Paine House in the middle of the farm. The view is truly memorable with the sight and sound of an estuary of the Ipswich River flowing at a distance.

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  • Greenwood Farm Address: 47 Jeffrey's Neck Rd, Ipswich, MA 01938, USA, United States
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Greenwood Farm Reviews & Ratings

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  • Nice, short, quiet walk in Meadows. Nice views

  • Nice short trail for a walk with a dog.

  • See the salt box all others are measured by or defy death on the antique stream crossings. Dog friendly.

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