Welcome to Boston's Milton
One of Boston's most picturesque and inviting suburbs, Milton is located just south of the city and is known for its tree-lined streets, historic homes, and lush green spaces. The town features several notable landmarks, including the Eustis Estate Museum & Study Center, which showcases 19th-century art and design, and the Blue Hills Reservation, an expansive park that offers excellent hiking and skiing trails. Additionally, the neighborhood offers an array of dining options, from casual cafes to upscale restaurants, that give visitors a taste of Boston's rich culinary heritage.
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Places of Interest
Milton offers endless opportunities for exploration and discovery. Some of the top attractions include:
- Eustis Estate Museum & Study Center
- Blue Hills Reservation
- Milton Art Center
- Dorothy Quincy Homestead
- Turner's Pond
- ...many more!
Milton is a neighborhood with a unique history and culture. Known for its strong literary heritage, the town has been home to several notable authors, including poet Robert Lowell and philosopher Ralph Waldo Emerson. The town is also home to several annual events, such as the Milton Music Fest and the Milton Farmers Market, that showcase the region's traditions and culture.
Things to Know
Milton is served by the Milton Public Schools district, a highly-rated district that offers a range of educational programs for students of all ages. The town is also home to several private schools, including the Milton Academy and Fontbonne Academy.
Milton is easily accessible by public transportation, with several bus routes running through the town and providing convenient access to other parts of Boston. Additionally, the town is located near several major highways, including Interstate 93 and Route 128, making it easy to get around by car.
Real Estate Market
Milton's real estate market features a mix of historic homes and new developments that offer residents a range of housing options. The town's prime location and excellent schools make it an attractive destination for families looking to call Boston home. The average home price in Milton is around $800,000, with many properties featuring large yards and ample green space.
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