North Brookfield was first settled in 1664 and was officially incorporated in 1812, splitting off from neighboring Brookfield. The town of North Brookfield has a varied history with many distinguished residents. The town had rich agricultural lands that were profitably farmed by early settlers, but developed a vigorous industrial economy as well, primarily in the shoe manufacturing and rubber products industries.
North Brookfield is approximately 25 miles from Worcester and approximately 55 miles from Boston. Both the Mass Pike/Interstate 90 and Interstate 84 are accessible in Sturbridge, which is approximately 15 miles to the south. Just over 5,500 people call this quiet, rural bedroom community home.
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