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Attitash Builders, Inc. is one of the areas premiere custom home builders, serving Winchester residential clients with a wide range of construction services. As a home builder, Attitash stands apart from the rest with experience and creativity. Our designs are unique, while mixing modern and contemporary design features. We offer custom home designs for all tastes and budgets and will work with you to design your dream home. Your new Winchester home will be the talk of the town!
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Nearby Restaurants in Winchester
- Mitho Restaurant – 831 Main Street – Winchester, MA 01890 – 781-369-1477
- Lucia Restaurante – 13 Mt Vernon Street – 781-729-0515
More About Winchester, Massachusetts
The area that is now Winchester was first settled by Europeans in 1640. It was formally known as Waterfield because of the ponds and rivers that ran through the landscape of the area. Its current name, “Winchester,” was carefully selected by locals advocating for a separate town as it was formally a part of Arlington, Cambridge, Medford, and Woburn.
The first church in Winchester was built in 1840, and this rippled into the development of schools, post offices, and other businesses. Industries such as the Winn Watch Hand Factory and the Beggs and Cobb tannery pioneered the opening of more factories.
The town was named after Colonel William P. Winchester, who pledged $3,000 toward the construction of the first town hall. On April 30, 1850, the town was officially incorporated. Winchester progressed rapidly with the expansion of rail lines, institutions, and businesses in the 20th century.
What to see or do in Winchester MA
The John Mason House in Winchester is a historic house built in the 1860s. The house is recognized for its Italianate features. It was the home of John Mason, who was one the first businessmen in Boston to own a suburban residence.
If you’re a lover of nature and tranquility, Middlesex Fells Reservation is a good spot for recreational activities. The park is managed by the Massachusetts Department of Conservation and Recreation. The Wright-Locke Farm is an organic farm. The property was first owned by Philemon wright in the 19th century and has been passed on through the years.
The farmstead is a historic sight of attraction with outdoor space for concerts, camps, weddings, and other activities. The horn pond located along the Aberjona River is a water body fed by several brooks and flowing to the mystic river and the Atlantic Ocean. It is home to rare fish species, and it has beautiful scenery.
Notable People from Winchester
- Herbert Charles Sanborn (February 18, 1873 – July 6, 1967); he was an academic, American philosopher and a political candidate. He also served as the president of the Nashville German-American society. He was born in Winchester, MA.
- John Joseph Quinlan is an American actor, fashion/fitness model, professional wrestler, and former bodybuilder. He was born in Winchester, MA.
- Stephanie McCaffrey is a former American soccer player. She played for the US and the Chicago Red Stars in the National Women’s Soccer League.
- Bradley Ernest Whitford is a songwriter and musician popularly known as a guitarist with the rock band Aerosmith. He was born in Winchester, MA.