O'Hara Finish Carpentry

Providing Norwell Home Remodeling and Finish Carpentry for over a decade

Finish Carpentry Services

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Everyone wants to show off a personal style and O'Hara Finish Carpentry helps you achieve that special look you've been dreaming of. We are experienced, insured and professional. We leave a clean workplace after we are gone and have excellent references.

Remodeling Services

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History of Norwell, MA

Norwell was first settled in 1634 as a part of the settlement of Satuit (later Scituate), which encompassed present-day Scituate and Norwell. It was officially created in 1849 and soon became known as South Scituate. The town changed its name to Norwell in 1888, after Henry Norwell, a dry goods merchant who provided funds for the maintenance of the town roads.

Much of Norwell's eastern border lies along the North River, where many shipbuilding companies once stood. There are many other brooks and ponds throughout the town, including Third Herring Brook, which constitutes much of the town's border with Hanover, Accord Pond at the junction of Norwell, Rockland and Hingham, and Jacobs Pond, along Route 123. The northern half of the town is hilly, and the southern end of Wompatuck State Park juts into the town.

Located on the South Shore of Massachusetts, Norwell is bordered by Hanover and Rockland on the west, Pembroke on the south, Marshfield and Scituate on the east and northeast, and Hingham on the north. Norwell is about 14 miles east of Brockton, 17 miles north of Plymouth and 20 miles south of Boston.

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