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Rehoboth is one of Massachusetts' oldest and most historic towns, established in 1643 as part of the Plymouth Colony. It is the birthplace of the public education system in North America and continues to enjoy a great public school system, serviced by the well regarded Dighton-Rehoboth Regional School District.
Conveniently located to the northeast of Providence and with it's easy access to 44 and 24 for the Boston commuters, Rehoboth offers a quiet respite for those who work in the city.
Rehoboth is family friendly and with an approximate population of 11,000 people enjoys a low population density. 45% of the population attended college, and the median age is 42. The average household income is $98,743.
89% of the population owns their home with 11% renting.
The property tax rate in Rehoboth is $12.31 per thousand for FY2015
The climate has moderate winters and hot summers. There is no town water or sewer and taxes are correspondingly low for the area.
The average home sale price as of March 3, 2015 was $352,064 which is well below the Massachusetts average of $426,648 at the same time.
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