A small town in Worcester County, Warren is called home by a population of approximately 5,135 residents. However, in area the town is rather large at 27.6 square miles. This area was settled by colonists in 1664, but was not incorporated into Massachusetts until 1742. Warren has a number of neighborhoods including #4 Village, Center Village, West Warren, Lower Village, and South Warren. Homes in Warren are primarily colonial, cape, and ranch style houses.
Warren is bordered by the towns of Palmer, Ware, West Brookfield, and Brimfield. Route 19 and Route 67 are the major thoroughfares in Warren.