Massachusetts Real Estate


Olde North Mill Hopkinton Massachusetts

Ole North Mill Hopkinton MassachusettsOlde North Mill is a 30 lot subdivision off of North Mill Street on the East side of Hopkinton Massachusetts. This prestigious neighborhood consists of Chadwick Way and Wellington Way, as well as homes that border along North Mill Street. It is located directly behind the Ravenwood Subdivision.

This Hopkinton neighborhood was developed by Hallmark Properties, a local design build firm. At the time these homes were built Hallmark consisted of two partners Ed Tarca and Ron Roux. They are no longer working together but each of them is still building fine homes on their own.

Hallmark also developed parts of Highland Park as well as Cranberry Cove in Hopkinton.

Olde North Mill is simply a beautiful setting with incredible custom homes. Each home has been uniquely tailored to fit the individual home owners life style. All the exteriors of these homes are different. Most of the homes have intricate roof lines and a terrific blending of stone, brick, copper, and wood.


                                                                                                                                                             Wellington Way Hopkinton Massachusetts

The size of the homes at Olde North Mill start at 3400 square feet and go up to around 4600 square feet exclusive of finished basement space.

The homes generally have 4 to 5 bedrooms with 3 to 5 baths. There are 2 to 4 garage spaces on all of the homes. Some of the homes have a detached two car garage that has been added to the property.

The homes in this neighborhood are set on an acre minimum. Hallmark built most of these Hopkinton homes between 1999 and 2001.

As of September of 2008 the homes at Olde North Mill would have a value between $800,000 to well over a million dollars. The Wellington Way and Chadwick Way cul-de-sacs would fetch more money than the homes along North Mill due to location.


Chadwick Way Hopkinton MassachusettsThere are twelve homes located on the two cul-de-sacs. This develop falls under the Hopkinton open space and landscape preservation by law(OSLPD).

A large portion of land that borders this property has been donated as open space. There are walking trails that encompass the property going out to Clinton Street and along North Mill. None of this property will be developed and will remain natural.

For a great explanation of the open space by law and what the benefits are to a developer, the town of Hopkinton, and the home owner see this link Hopkinton OSLPD.

The interiors of the Olde North Mill homes are just stunning.Most of the homes have grand two story foyers with spacious open floor plans. The kitchen are all custom designed with the use of rich woods including cherry, maple, and faux finishing, as well high end appliance packages, and Granite counters.

What really sets Olde North Mill apart from some of the other luxury neighborhoods is the incredible finish work. Multi-piece crown moldings, wainscoting, coffered and treyed ceilings, and custom built-ins are all standard features in a Hallmark Construction home.Some of the homes have finished lower levels that are as appealing as the 1st two floors.

There were no short cuts taken in this well planned community.

Another thing that I particularly like about Olde North Mill is that all the mail boxes and lamp posts are the same which gives the neighborhood a nice continuity.The landscaping is top notch! You won't find the typical Charlie Brown builders package in a Hallmark subdivision!

If I were in the market for a luxury home and there was one available in this Hopkinton neighborhood, it would be worth a look!

Besides the fact that the Boston Marathon starts in Hopkinton, the town has a great reputation of having a great commuting location, as the Mass Pike is one exit North on 495 and the MBTA is right down the street in Ashland. The "cross roads of New England" are right here at Hopkinton's door step.

One of the other big draws for the town is Hopkinton High School's terrific reputation for delivering a quality education. The schools continue to be highly rated.

Use the interactive Google map for an exact location of Chadwick and Wellington Way.


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Thinking of selling your home in Olde North Mill or other Metrowest/Hopkinton neighborhood? Call or email me...I would welcome the opportunity to show you how my online marketing can get your home SOLD!

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The above Real Estate information regarding Olde North Mill Hopkinton Massachusetts was provided by BillRE/MAX Executive Realty Hopkinton MA Gassett, the team leader for the #4 RE/MAX Team in Massachusetts in 2007.

Bill can be reached via email at or by phone at 508-435-5356. Bill has helped people move in and out of many Metrowest towns for the last 22 Years. Bill's office is conveniently located in the center of Hopkinton MA at 77 Main Street.

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Bill Gassett is a thirty-two year veteran to the real estate industry. He enjoys providing helpful information to buyers, sellers and fellow real estate agents to make sound decisions. His work has been featured on RIS Media, National Association of Realtors, Inman News, Placester, RESAAS, Credit Sesame and others.

Comment balloon 14 commentsBill Gassett • September 27 2008 01:26PM


Hi Bill - your Olde North Mill neighborhood sounds like a beautiful place to call home, and the homes in your pictures are certainly lovely.  When I've driven through Hopkinton the few times I have, I always thought it was such a pretty town.


Posted by Ann Cummings, Portsmouth NH Real Estate Preferrable Agent (RE/MAX Shoreline - NH and Maine) almost 11 years ago

Ann thanks for the compliments on Olde North Mill. It is one of my favorite developments in Hopkinton. Hopkinton is a great place to live. I have been here my entire life. You know I envy Portsmouth too.

Posted by Bill Gassett, Metrowest Massachusetts Real Estate (RE/MAX Executive Realty) almost 11 years ago

Eeeeeny meeeeny miiiiinnny moooooo. Okay...I'll take any of them. I'm not picky. What a beautiful neighborhood! GBU, Bill!

Posted by Elizabeth Nieves, Bilingual Raleigh - Durham North Carolina Real Estate Team (The Elizabeth Nieves Realty Group) almost 11 years ago

Bill, The yards are huge in your neck of the woods.  My wife grew up on the east coast, and she always mentions that is one of the thing she misses the most - very large unfenced yards.

Posted by Steve Scheer, Highlands Ranch Real Estate - Denver Real Estate (Realty Oasis - Metro Brokers) almost 11 years ago

Bill - Olde Mill North looks like a great place to live in Hopkinton neighborhood.  I really like the unique styles and large lots.

Posted by Erik Hitzelberger, Louisville - Middletown Real Estate (RE/MAX Alliance - Louisville REALTOR-Luxury Homes) almost 11 years ago

Bill - I can't get over how beautiful this neighborhood is in Olde North Mill Hopkinton Massachusetts.  You've got some really wonderful subdivisions in your market.

Posted by Julie Dumaine-Russell (RE/MAX Alliance) almost 11 years ago

Bill, This looks like a great sub division. Good information for consumers. Good pictures.

Posted by Gita Bantwal, REALTOR,ABR,CRS,SRES,GRI - Bucks County & Philadel (RE/MAX Centre Realtors) almost 11 years ago

Elizabeth - Thanks for commenting on Olde North Mill in Hopkinton. I would take any of them myself.

Steve - That is the one thing we always here from people relocating from other parts of the country.

Erik - Thanks for you compliments.

Donna - Thanks Hopkinton has some of the best neighborhoods in the area.

Gita - Thanks for your compliments on the Olde North Mill neighborhood.

Posted by Bill Gassett, Metrowest Massachusetts Real Estate (RE/MAX Executive Realty) almost 11 years ago

Bill do you take your own pics? They are very clear and look like they came from a brochure.

Posted by Scott Barr, Realtor (Pacific Sotheby's international Realty) almost 11 years ago

Hi Scott - Yes I took these pictures of the homes at Olde North Mill in Hopkinton. Thanks for the compliments. As you know good photography is important.

Posted by Bill Gassett, Metrowest Massachusetts Real Estate (RE/MAX Executive Realty) almost 11 years ago

Bill, I like the way you do your marketing.  It's very impressive.  I'm going to try some of your techniques for selling homes in GA.  Thanks!





Posted by Jen Bowman, Realtor - Anna Maria Island & Bradenton FL (Keller Williams on the Water) almost 11 years ago

Jen - I really appreciate your compliments! I have been selling Real Estate for 22 years so I have learned a few things along the way:) Thanks for commenting on Olde North Mill.

Posted by Bill Gassett, Metrowest Massachusetts Real Estate (RE/MAX Executive Realty) almost 11 years ago

Hi Bill,
Good job showcasing this lovely neighborhood.  Large lots, beautiful homes, excellent school district--what more could one ask for?

Posted by Cynthia Tilghman, Realtor® Onslow County NC Home Specialist (Kingsbridge Realty, Inc) almost 11 years ago

Cynthia - Thanks for the compliments on Hopkinton and Olde North Mill:)

Posted by Bill Gassett, Metrowest Massachusetts Real Estate (RE/MAX Executive Realty) almost 11 years ago

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