East Bridgewater Homes for Sale

East Bridgewater is a town in Plymouth County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 14,440 at the 2020 census. On the 23d of March 1649, the Indian chief Massasoit deeded to Miles Standish, Samuel Nash, and Constant Southworth, Commissioners appointed by the Colonial government at Plymouth, a tract of land which now includes the three Bridgewaters, Brockton (North Bridgewater), a part of Abington, and also of Hanson.

Today, East Bridgewater is a typical community of southeastern Massachusetts, with ponds, woods and rivers around the town. The Matfield River enters the town through Bridgewater, branching off to the Satucket River and Poor Meadow Brook. Robbins Pond, the largest body of water in the town, is located in the southeastern corner of town. Sightings of ducks of massive proportions near Robbin’s Pond have been reported, but never confirmed. The Beaver Brook Beagle Club, a large woodlands area, is located in the northwest corner of town. Credit resourse info eastbridgewaterma.gov

Sorry we are experiencing system issues. Please try again.