Plimptonville (in Norfolk County, MA) Populated Place Profile


Plimptonville (GNIS FID: 612514) is a populated place located within the Town of Walpole, a minor civil division (MCD) of Norfolk County.

The elevation of Plimptonville is 203 feet. Plimptonville appears on the Norwood U.S. Geological Survey Map. Norfolk County is in the Eastern Time Zone (UTC -5 hours).

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Nearby Cities, Towns & Census Designated Places

Walpole, MA (1.4 miles SSW)
Norwood, MA (3.1 miles NE)
Sharon, MA (3.9 miles SE)
Medfield, MA (4.1 miles WNW)
Millis-Clicquot CDP, MA (6 miles W)
Dover, MA (6.4 miles NNW)
Foxborough, MA (6.6 miles S)
Dedham, MA (6.7 miles NNE)
Needham, MA (8.5 miles N)
Mansfield Center CDP, MA (9.6 miles S)

Nearby Neighborhoods, Subdivisions & Other Small Populated Places

Winslows, MA (1.4 miles ENE)
Walpole Heights, MA (1.4 miles SSE)
East Walpole, MA (1.4 miles E)
Cedar, MA (2.7 miles SSW)
West Walpole, MA (3.1 miles WSW)
Cedar Hill, MA (3.1 miles SW)
Campbells Station, MA (3.6 miles WSW)
Westwood, MA (3.9 miles N)
Canton Junction, MA (3.9 miles E)
Sharon Heights, MA (4.1 miles SSE)

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