Explore Greater Boston

Greater Boston Residential NeighborhoodGreater Boston is a popular metropolitan region in Massachusetts that's known for its rich history, cultural attractions, and world class educational institutions. The area includes several communities, each with its own unique character and charm.

Acton

Acton is a small town located approximately 30 miles west-northwest of Boston. Known for its excellent school system, Acton is steeped in history and offers numerous recreational opportunities, including hiking trails, parks, and community events. 

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Belmont

Belmont, often referred to as "the Town of Homes," is a residential community located about 10 miles northwest of Boston. This peaceful town is known for its quiet, tree lined streets, well preserved Victorian homes, and top rated schools.

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Boston

Boston is the capital city of Massachusetts and one of the oldest cities in the United States. Known for its cultural heritage, historic landmarks, and diverse dining scene, Boston is also home to world renowned universities and hospitals.

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Dedham

Dedham, established in 1636, is rich in history and community spirit. Located southwest of Boston, Dedham offers a mix of suburban living, a charming downtown area, and plenty of natural beauty with its parks and trails.

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Framingham

Framingham, located halfway between Boston and Worcester, is a vibrant city with a diverse community. It's home to Framingham State University and offers a range of recreational activities, from hiking at Callahan State Park to shopping at Shoppers World.

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Hull

Hull is a small coastal town located on a peninsula at the southern edge of Boston Harbor. Known for its beautiful beaches and the historic Paragon Carousel, Hull provides a relaxed seaside living environment.

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Lexington

Historically significant, Lexington is where the first shot of the American Revolutionary War was fired. Today, it’s a thriving town with top rated schools, historic landmarks, and a vibrant town center.

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Malden

Located just north of Boston, Malden is a diverse and vibrant city known for its mix of urban and suburban living. It offers a variety of dining and entertainment options, as well as easy access to downtown Boston via public transportation.

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Newton

Newton, often dubbed as "The Garden City," is a suburban city located west of Boston. Known for its historic homes, high quality schools, and safe neighborhoods, Newton consists of about 13 distinct villages, each with its own charm.

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Reading

Reading is a commuter-friendly town located about 15 miles north of downtown Boston. It's known for its strong community spirit, excellent public schools, and vibrant downtown area with shops, restaurants, and historic buildings.

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Waltham

Known as the "Watch City" due to its historic association with the watch industry, Waltham is located on the Charles River, just west of Boston. The city is home to Bentley University and Brandeis University and is known for its diverse dining scene and arts community.

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Watertown

Located just outside Boston, Watertown offers a blend of urban and suburban lifestyles. It's rich in history and cultural diversity, and offers easy access to downtown Boston, providing easy access for commuters.

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Weston

Weston, located west of Boston, is known for its rural charm, excellent schools, and high quality of life. It boasts beautiful historic homes, extensive walking trails, and a commitment to conservation.

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Woburn

Woburn, located about 12 miles north of Boston, is a city with a small town feel. It's known for its rich history, strong community involvement, and the Horn Pond recreation area, which offers walking trails and beautiful views.

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From coastal towns to suburban cities, the Greater Boston area offers a diverse range of lifestyles and attractions. Whether you're seeking the lively city life or the tranquility of suburban living, you're sure to find a community in Greater Boston that feels like home.

Browse current listings in Greater Boston below and be sure to contact Dave DiGregorio of Coldwell Banker Realty if you have any questions about the Greater Boston area or if you'd like to schedule a tour.

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