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Below are the listings in Pembroke that are in the MLS. If you see a property that you would like more information on or to view, please let me know. Also if you aren’t quite seeing what you are looking for contact me and let me know what you are desiring. I will be glad to stay abreast and ahead of the Pembroke real estate market on your behalf. Sometimes we find out about properties before they are entered and show up in the MLS system. If any fit your needs I will let you know immediately!
Pembroke Properties for Sale
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In the early days, the Wampanoag and the Massachusett were the only residents of Pembroke. Because of the annual run of herring in the local rivers, they used to call it Mattakeesett, meaning “place of much fish”. The land was part of the Major’s Purchase, which consisted of a large tract of lands bought from Josias Wampatuck by a group of English investors.
Pembroke’s major resources come from its waters, which include the North River, Indian Head River, Oldham, Furnace, Great Sandy Bottom, Little Sandy Bottom, and Stetson Ponds, and Silver Lake. Because the herring were prized so much, in 1741 the town decided to began regulating and preserving the fish. Each year, the herring is celebrated at the town’s annual “Grande Old Fish Fry”.
There is no rail or air service in the town. The Kingston-Route 3 line of the MBTA’s Commuter Rail passes just to the southeast of town, with the nearest stops being in Hanson and Halifax.
Pembroke is approximately 12 miles (19 km) east of Brockton, 13 miles (21 km) northwest of Plymouth, and 27 miles (43 km) southeast of Boston.
The area of Pembroke was once originally part of the area of Duxbury. The earliest known European settlers were Robert Barker and Dolor Davis, who first settled in the vicinity of Herring Brook in 1650. Pembroke was ultimately named after the town of Pembroke, Wales, and it was later incorporated as its own separate town in 1712.
Originally designed by Philip A. Wogan in 1973, the Pembroke Country Club was later purchased by former NHL player Jeremy Roenick. With its attractive suburban community, and attractions like the Pembroke Historical Society Museum, Pembroke is a great place to buy a home and establish family roots. Contact Pembroke realtor Valerie Ribeiro and the Weichert Realtors team for all your real estate needs!