Here are links to various maps regarding the MSH Property

This map shows the various parcels involved in the Master Planning activity, including the core campus, the sledding hill, Lot 3, the Hinckley Property, and McCarthy Park.  Also shown are parcels retained by the state (including the main agricultural fields on parcels A1 and A2) as well the surrounding neighborhoods.

This map shows the natural resources at the site, including wetlands, flood zones, agricultural areas, trails, etc.

This map shows the historic resources at the site, including the names of the buildings and their relative condition or structural soundness.  Also noted are whether each building is a “contributing” or “non-contributing” historic asset.

This map shows the site in the larger context of the northwest quadrant of Medfield as well as surrounding towns.

This map shows the “shared concept plan” that was developed out of the January 11, 2014 Visioning Session that was held at the Center.  The afternoon portion of the session had participants break up into groups that each outlined a conceptual plan for the redevelopment of the site.  The plan posted here represents a combination of the shared themes that were present among the various groups.  It is not the final plan for the site.

Here is a composite aerial image of the property with each building labeled as of 2014.  Buildings that have been demolished are also noted.

This map shows buildings that might potentially be demolished under a redevelopment of the site.  The current buildings on the site are condemned because they have not been maintained since the hospital was shut down.

This map shows the utility infrastructure that is in place at the hospital.  Redevelopment of the site could make use of the existing infrastructure if it is cost effective to do so.

This map from 2005 includes two pages of details regarding zoning, parcel conveyance, and other items.  It’s important to note that this map is not up to date.

This map shows an outline of the state hospital property as well as an overlay of land that was identified as “prime agricultural soil”.