Saugus, Mass was originally settled in the year 1629. Saugus, MA?s territory included Lynn, Mass and Swampscott, Mass at the time. One thing that Saugus, Mass is known for is the Saugus Iron Works. The Saugus Iron Works was one of the first Iron Works in the United States and operated during the mid 1600?s.
Today, Saugus, Mass has a great deal of commercial development along Route 1. Saugus, MA is a town of 26,000 residents is 9 miles north of Boston and 23 miles southeast of Lowell. In additionon to the Saugus Iron Works, the two hundred year old Saugus Town Hall is also a landmark tourist attraction.
Notable Areas of Saugus, Massachusetts: Saugus Center, East Saugus, North Saugus, Lynnhurst, The Golden Hills, Baker Hill, Kenwood, Oaklandvale, Cliftondale, Saugus Iron Works, Square One Mall, Breakhart Reservation, Prankers Pond