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Late summer afternoon!

The setting is bucolic and the view is stunning! I took my dog for a walk and l could see plein air... read more

Reviewed September 16, 2018
Betsy K

What a lovely walk around the property, overlooking the marshes and admiring the gorgeous foliage... read more

Reviewed October 17, 2016
Canton, Massachusetts
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16 Sep 2018
“Late summer afternoon!”
17 Oct 2016
Wander through an open field and enjoy a memorable view of the historic Paine House, with the broad estuary of the Ipswich River extending beyond.
47 Jeffreys Neck Rd, Ipswich, MA 01938-1346
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Reviewed September 16, 2018

The setting is bucolic and the view is stunning! I took my dog for a walk and l could see plein air possibilities everywhere! I was a little nervous about wild animals lurking around!

Thank Betsy K
Reviewed October 17, 2016

What a lovely walk around the property, overlooking the marshes and admiring the gorgeous foliage. It is serene, pristine, and very peaceful

Thank yogadr
Reviewed September 3, 2016 via mobile

This first period home is virtually intact and apart from some changes, it retains it original charm. Salt marsh hay was very important for early Colonials.

Thank 814steven
Reviewed February 7, 2016

Had a nice time here, quiet, relaxing, enjoyable. My mother in law really enjoyed it and took a lot of pictures.

Thank Nannielle
Reviewed October 12, 2015

We visited Greenwood Farm on a warm (75 degrees) Columbus Day. The sky was bright blue and the marshes were golden. The fields were quiet. The parking area accommodates 4 or 5 cars. The trails are well kept. As you walk over a rise you...More

Thank Member98
Reviewed August 7, 2015

We must have walked through property at low tide because the only water we saw was a few marshes. There is a very nicely mowed trail to follow - very easy. The house is certainly evocative of old New England but you are not allowed...More

1  Thank lulu_mount
Reviewed April 21, 2015 via mobile

Greenwood Farm is truly a throwback in time. Walking through the open fields with views of Marsh, River and Ocean must be exactly as it was 300 years ago. The farm house is sited in such a beautiful spot as you walk over the hill,...More

1  Thank Kom56
Reviewed December 4, 2014

This is an important historical site in the Cape Ann, MA area, and it merits a visit, especially if you are in the area and love to hike. I've included a link to the website in this review, which provides all the information you need...More

2  Thank Deborah M
Reviewed October 15, 2013

Taking a walk to the Paine House (1694) at Greenwood Farm, is like taking a walk back in time. The trail to get there is beautiful and when you come upon the bright yellow clapboard house with white trim, one almost wants to go inside...More

3  Thank bobmarg
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