The historic heart of Town, Downtown North Easton dates back to the early 1800s and the construction of the Ames Shovel Works. North Easton Village features numerous examples of Romanesque architecture and prominent landmarks designed by HH Richardson as well as Fredrick Law Olmstead.
The old New England charm of Downton Easton is belied by modern improvements to municipal sewer lines and the addition of energy-efficient LED street lighting. Main street boasts one of the most talked-about restaurants on the South Coast, the Farmer’s Daughter, as well as a successful outpost of Falmouth’s La Cucina restaurant group. Spectacularly maintained and updated historic storefronts can serve as a striking home for the next successful business.
Easton is prioritizing additional improvements to the area, including power line undergrounding and additional street parking, that will make Downtown an easily accessible destination and with plenty of space for picturesque outdoor dining.
An 1895 atlas map of North Easton Village