She's speaking about Pope's Pond in Mlton. Aimee, I live there right on conservation land w/Pope's Pond behind my home. It was very quite and filled w/delightful animals. Professionals graced my street, which was Pope Hill Rd, Milton. And many have move in the neighborhood over the past three years w/doing nothing but improvements to homes which of course improves the neighborhood.... more
Milton is a nice place to live, a lots of families with children, very quiet area, best shool, every thing is near by, I love liiving here, we don't have children but we enjoy the neiborhood, is very clean, is a mix neighborhood, still Massachusetts is one of the best places to raise a family.... more
As you've heard from multiple sources here... in general you cannot. I'd like to point out that it's one of the characteristics that make Milton a great place to live. Great proximity to the city but a distinct neighborhood feel.
That being said, a resourceful homeowner can enjoy all the benefits of living in our town, voted top 10 in the country while having access to Quincy Marinas, or rent a garage or space in Quincy, Dedham etc. Get the home and neighborhood you want with easy access to the toys!
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