Rowley sits 32 miles North of Boston. Rowley, once known for its hemp, flax cloth, and cotton, home to the first stone arch bridge in North America, still radiates old fashioned Americana today. The Colonial homes that line the streets, to the legendary Agawam Diner, the "New England Tradition" of Sunday morning trips to Todd Farm, antique shops, it's very own winery, and it’s small, close-knit community, all make Rowley a great small American town. Rowley lies along the Atlantic Ocean, north of Cape Ann. The banks of the Rowley River flourish with clams, yes, the famous Ipswich clam comes from Rowley too. These amenities make Rowley highly desirable for commuters who work in the city but wish for a country home.