Learn More About Middleton, MA

Middleton was first settled in 1659 and was officially incorporated in 1728. Prior to 1728 it was considered a part of Salem, and contains territory previously within the limits of Andover, Boxford, and Topsfield. The name Middleton is derived from its location mid-way between the important early settlements of Salem and Andover. Middleton lies in the low hills of northeastern Massachusetts. The Ipswich River flows through town, flowing from the North Reading/Lynnfield line along the Peabody and Danvers borders before turning northward into town, exiting along the border between Boxford and Topsfield.

Middleton is one of the fastest growing towns in the Commonwealth, and the fastest on the North Shore. Middleton lies just west of Interstate 95, with two very short parts of the highway passing through corners of the town before and after passing through Topsfield. There are exits off the highway in Boxford and in Danvers which both provide access to the town. Route 114, which follows the path of the old “Salem Turnpike,” passes through the center of town, and is crossed there by Route 62, which merges with Route 114 for a 0.2 mile stretch there. There is no rail service within town; there are two lines (the Haverhill/Reading Line and the Newburyport/Rockport Line) of the MBTA Commuter Rail to the west and south of town, both of which provide access to Boston’s North Station. The nearest small air service is located at Beverly Municipal Airport, with the nearest national and international air service being located at Logan International Airport.

Priority Development Sites

Community Leadership

Ira S. Singer, Town Administrator

978 774 3589

48 South Main Street, Middleton, MA 01949

tadministrator@townofmiddleton.org

Katrina O'Leary, Town Planner

978 777 8917

195 North Main Street, Middleton, MA 01949

planner@townofmiddleton.org

  • Cultural Institutions & Attractions:

    Richardson’s Dairy Farm

  • Historical Sites:

    1680 Thomas Fuller House, Tramp House, 1839

  • Beaches:

    none

  • Scenic By-Ways:

    none

  • Municipal Golf Course:

    Middleton Golf Course, Ferncroft Country Club

Available Commercial Development Sites

Site Name

35 Village Road 

Size

55,000 sq. ft.

Description

Directly visible from I-95, this location provides excellent access to Rt. 1 and Rt. 128. The building features a full service cafeteria and proximity to the Ferncroft Golf Course. This building was awarded an Energy Star label in 2007 for its operating efficiency.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact:

Eric Fletcher
(800)467-5120

Site Name

235 South Main Street

Size

17,400 sq. ft.

Description

235 South Main Street Available Space of up to 17,000 sq. ft. (Subdividable) adjacent to a new freestanding Walgreens or ground lease opportunity. Located at the signalized intersection of Route 114 and River Street 21,000 ADT on Route 114, 165 Total Parking Spaces.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact:

Harold Tubman
(978)263-4509

Site Name

208 South Main Street

Size

28,943 sq. ft.

Description

Next to Rocky’s Hardware Store, Now occupied by Teak Imports, Parking in front of building, Loading Dock & Drive in Door, 13’ 9” to bottom of joist, Additional 4,000 sq. ft. also available soon and Priced to LEASE.

If you are interested in learning more, please contact:

Frank Pasciuto
(781) 883-0707