Homes for Sale, Real Estate Agents and Information about Orange, MA

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72 MLS Listings of Homes for Sale in Orange, MA


Population  7,518 people.  (203rd in Massachusetts.)

Orange is an industrial and population center on the eastern boundary of Franklin County. The town was established in 1810, but settlers had been using the water power of the Millers River for manufacturing since the damming of the river in 1790. The community is made up of sections of Athol, Warwick, Roylaston and a tract of land called Ervinshire. It was named for William, Prince of Orange.

True to its industrial past, Orange was the site of the first automobile factory in the United States. The Historical Society maintains a 1904 Grout auto as an example of the kinds of cars built in Orange as well as a large pewter collection and antique musical instruments.

Industrial products from Orange today include heavy machinery, precision tools, plastics and wood products. The Rodney Hunt Company, producing water control equipment, is one of the largest employers in Franklin County. Orange Airport Industrial Park provides a site for industrial expansion, while open lands offering camping and maple sugaring to visitors provide some rural character. In April, the annual River Rat Race brings hundreds of canoes and thousands of visitors to see winners cross the finish line in Orange.

It is located in north central Massachusetts, bordered by Warwick on the northwest, Royalston on the northeast, Athol on the east, New Salem on the south, and Wendell and Erving on the west. Orange is 19 miles east of Greenfield; 46 miles north of Springfield; 75 miles northwest of Boston; 28 miles from Brattleboro, Vermont; and 180 miles from New York City.

Narrative compiled by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD).

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