Keller Williams Realty- Boston Metro
607 Boylston ST 5th floor,
Boston Back Bay , MA
Next up is West Roxbury, Newton, Wellesley, Arlington, Belmont
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Best thing is to get a mortgage preapproval. Figure out your affordability (we can help just click through profile). Then look around and list the pros/cons of the towns you like.
MGH is located in the West Area of Boston. There are a few 3 bedroom units available right next to the hospital.
However, if you are looking for good schools, you may consider Brookline or Newton areas. Great places to live and good schools.
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But, outside of Boston , heading up to the North of Boston are many great communities,smaller cities and towns that are family friendly ...When do you plan on being in the area?
If you would like to email me I can send you more information on schools , towns, profiles of communities, etc..
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I would also have your husband ask his associates and the HR dept what they suggest.
You could look at Longwood Towers in Brookline -close to MGH.
Brookline has good schools etc.
I would contact a local real estate professional to help with this answer and to save time and money.
(Robert Paul has a Boston Office on Newbury Street.)
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