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  • Is Cambridge a Good Place to Live?

    Posted Under: General Area in Cambridge, Quality of Life in Cambridge, Home Buying in Cambridge  |  September 7, 2012 6:26 AM  |  405 views  |  No comments
                      172 Franklin Street
                      5 Warwick Park
    232 Brattle St

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    Spreading across just 7.13 square miles, Cambridge, Massachusetts, is the smallest (geographically) of the Boston-area small towns and suburbs that we have covered.  Amazingly though, it is also the most populated, active, and well known.  The real estate market in Cambridge saw 714 properties sold in 2011—that’s more than in Needham (309), Charlestown (223), and Sudbury (154) combined! (Continue reading...) 

  • Is Wellesley a Good Place to Live?

    Posted Under: General Area in Wellesley Hills, Quality of Life in Wellesley Hills, Home Buying in Wellesley Hills  |  August 22, 2012 1:36 PM  |  399 views  |  No comments

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    Just 12 miles west of Boston, nestled between Natick and I-95, is the town of Wellesley, Massachusetts.  Known predominantly for its colleges and excellent school system, there is more to this small New England town than just a strong academic record.  (Continue reading...)
  • Is Sudbury a Good Place to Live?

    Posted Under: General Area in Sudbury, Quality of Life in Sudbury, Home Buying in Sudbury  |  August 8, 2012 1:02 PM  |  402 views  |  No comments
                 6 Spruce Lane
                51 Atkinson Lane
                233 Concord Rd

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    Just eight miles north of Framingham and 20 miles west of Boston is the relatively small town of Sudbury, Massachusetts.  As well known for its rich history as it is for its vibrant present, Sudbury has a great deal to offer those who are seeking a lively, yet suburban area.  (Continue reading...)

  • Is Needham a Good Place to Live?

    Posted Under: General Area in Needham, Quality of Life in Needham, Home Buying in Needham  |  July 19, 2012 8:23 AM  |  489 views  |  No comments
                 419 Charles River
                138 Richardson
                43 Kingsbury

    Needham, Massachusetts, for one reason or another, has been the home of famous authors, athletes, and decorated war heroes.  It is the hometown of a current Olympic gymnast, a former New Kids on the Block singer, and a star of the TV series Mad Men.  And, above all else, it is where thousands of Boston professionals choose to reside because it can offer a convenient, yet suburban lifestyle.  (Continue reading...)

  • Is Andover a Good Place to Live?

    Posted Under: General Area, Quality of Life, Home Buying  |  June 25, 2012 12:56 PM  |  419 views  |  No comments
                                   Is Andover a Good Place to Live?
    Where I-495 intersects with I-93, just about 20 miles north of Boston, you’ll find the not-so-small town of Andover, Massachusetts.  The town itself stretches approximately 32 square miles and contains nearly 225 miles of roadways.  Andover’s location...(Continue reading...)
  • Is Charlestown a Good Place to Live?

    Posted Under: General Area in Charlestown, Quality of Life in Charlestown, Home Buying in Charlestown  |  June 9, 2012 7:40 PM  |  469 views  |  No comments
    Where can you find sunrise over the harbor, sweeping city views, wide-open star-filled nights?  Not far from downtown in the small, history-laden peninsula known as Charlestown—that’s where!  Whether you are a history buff or a seaside dreamer, there is plenty to love about Charlestown. (Continue reading...)
  • Is the North End a Good Place to Live?

    Posted Under: General Area in North End, Quality of Life in North End, Home Buying in North End  |  May 25, 2012 6:27 AM  |  474 views  |  No comments


    For families, the North End is attractive because it has one of the best public schools in the city,
    John Eliot School (K-8), as well as the renowned St. John School.  For young professionals who work in the financial district, the North End provides more affordable living situations within walking distance from the office.  This compact historical area might be the place you want to go every Saturday night for dinner, but it is a place you’d want to call home? (Continue reading...)

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