Manchaug Village, Sutton

Manchaug Village is a now-small community in the town of Sutton, in proximity to Manchaug Pond and its separate neighborhood, which are about a mile away. A piece of history and former quintessentially New England industrial village with its own zip code, Manchaug Village has homes built from the mid-1800s all the way to the recent 2000s. Covering a medium-large area, these homes are usually relatively more affordable for Sutton’s housing market. The homes generally have 3 to 4 bedrooms, and most fall within the range of 935 to 2,900 square feet.

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The Manchaug Village neighborhood includes parts of Main Street, Putnam Hill Road, and Whitins Road. The area has a collection of former historic mills, and many of the houses have gables. Located in the south of Sutton, near Douglas, there are a few small businesses in the Village, and many residents enjoy the proximity to the lake for boating, fishing, or a camping trip close to home.