Our Communities

Explore Boston’s historic neighborhoods and the outstanding suburbs we serve in the Greater Boston area

Arlington

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Arlington, founded over 350 years ago, remains proud of its history, even as it has grown into a thoroughly modern community. The birthplace of Uncle Sam, the location of the first public children's … Read More...

Boston

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Just as New England is characterized by its small colonial towns in the hillsides and along the shores, Boston is known for its vibrant neighborhoods, each possessing her own uniqueness in style, … Read More...

Lexington

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Lexington was first settled in 1642 as a farming community. The town experienced rapid housing development after World War II with the growth of the Boston urban area and the decline of agriculture. … Read More...

Lynnfield

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The Town of Lynnfield is a traditional New England residential community. Its residents enjoy the small town feeling that is within a short commute of Boston's cultural and employment opportunities.  … Read More...

Melrose

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Settled in the middle of the 18th century, Melrose is predominantly residential with exquisite Victorian homes dating from the late 1900s. Melrose has a long-standing tradition of supporting … Read More...

Newton

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Settled in 1630, Newton, Massachusetts is located just outside of Boston and is well known for its premier schools and exceptional historic homes.  Newton is home to Boston College, Mt. Ida College … Read More...

Reading

Reading MA

First settled in 1639, Reading was incorporated in 1644.  Reading is located just 12 miles from downtown Boston, just a short 25-minute train ride from Reading’s downtown.   Reading has a small town … Read More...

Somerville

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Somerville is located just 2 miles North of Boston.  Somerville was first settled in 1630 as a part of Charlestown and was established as a town in 1842. Somerville is an eclectic mix of blue-collar … Read More...

Wakefield

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Wakefield is a scenic town 10 miles North of Boston.  Originally settled in 1639, its name was changed from South Reading until 1868 when the name was changed to Wakefield in honor of one of its … Read More...

Watertown

Located just 6 miles Northwest of Boston, Watertown was founded in 1630.  Watertown was the first inland settlement in Massachusetts and initially encompassed the present communities of Weston, … Read More...

Winchester

Winchester MA

  Winchester is a traditional New England town located 8 miles north of Boston and is a highly desirable suburb, popular among young families.  Its charming downtown is full of unique shops … Read More...