Explore Greater Boston

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Surrounding the city of Boston, there are several bustling communities that make up the Greater Boston metropolitan area each with their own distinct charm and natural amenities.

The suburbs of Boston offer a unique blend of small-town charm and urban convenience. With their tree-lined streets, beautiful parks, and historic architecture, these communities provide a peaceful respite from the hustle and bustle of the city. Yet, they also offer easy access to Boston's cultural attractions, universities, and employment opportunities. From the upscale enclaves of Wellesley and Newton to the more affordable towns of Quincy and Waltham, the suburbs of Boston provide a diverse range of living options to suit any lifestyle.

Select from the communities below to find the Greater Boston place for you.

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Greater Boston Communities

CambridgeCambridge, MA

Cambridge, Massachusetts is a vibrant city located just across the Charles River from Boston. It is known for its prestigious universities, including Harvard and MIT, which attract students and scholars from all over the world. Cambridge is a hub for innovation and entrepreneurship, with numerous startups and tech companies located in the area. 

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Somerville, Massachusetts is a dynamic city located just a few miles northwest of Boston. Once a working-class neighborhood, Somerville has transformed into a diverse and bustling community that boasts a lively arts and music scene, excellent restaurants, and a strong sense of community.

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MedfordMedford, MA

Medford is a suburban city located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, just a few miles north of Boston. The city is known for its rich history, beautiful parks, and vibrant community. The Mystic River flows through Medford, providing opportunities for outdoor activities such as boating, fishing, and hiking along its scenic trails.

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EverettEverett, MA

Everett is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, situated just north of Boston. It is a densely populated urban area with a diverse population, primarily made up of families and young professionals. The city has undergone significant revitalization in recent years, with new developments and businesses moving in. Everett is home to a number of parks and outdoor recreational areas, including the Gateway Park which offers beautiful views of the Mystic River.

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MaldenMalden, MA

Malden is a city located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, just north of Boston. It is a diverse and densely populated urban area, with a strong sense of community and rich history. Malden is home to a number of historic landmarks and sites, including the Converse Memorial Building and the Bell Rock Memorial Park. 

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MelroseMelrose, MA

Melrose is a small city located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, just a few miles north of Boston. It is known for its charming downtown area, which is filled with local shops, restaurants, and cultural attractions.

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NewburyportNewburyport, MA

Newburyport is a coastal city located in Essex County, Massachusetts, about 35 miles north of Boston. The city is situated along the Merrimack River and is known for its charming downtown area, which is filled with historic buildings, boutique shops, and restaurants. Newburyport also has a rich maritime history, with the Custom House Maritime Museum and waterfront area offering visitors a glimpse into the city's past.

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ArlingtonArlington, MA

Arlington is a vibrant town located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. Situated six miles northwest of Boston, Arlington has a population of 46,308 and is known for its rich history, art, theater, and family-friendly activities. It's also recognized for its interesting neighborhoods and bike trails.

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BurlingtonBurlington, MA

Burlington is a thriving town located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts with a population of 26,377. It's known as a bustling suburb of Boston, located approximately 12 miles northwest of the city. The town boasts a dense suburban feel with pleasant scenery, offering a variety of restaurants, coffee shops, and parks.

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PeabodyPeabody, MA

Peabody, Massachusetts, is a vibrant city rich with history and charm nestled in the North Shore region. It offers a unique blend of suburban tranquility and urban amenities and is also known for its excellent school system and charming neighborhoods. The city's thriving economy, fueled by diverse industries, provides ample employment opportunities.

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ChelseaChelsea MA

Chelsea, Massachusetts is a vibrant city located in Suffolk County, directly across the Mystic River from Boston. Known for its rich history and diverse culture, Chelsea offers a variety of activities, attractions, and local businesses for visitors and residents alike. The city is also home to several educational institutions, including Chelsea Public Schools. The community spirit is evident in events such as the upcoming Chelsea Day.

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LexingtonLynn MA

Lexington, Massachusetts is a vibrant suburban town located 11 miles northwest of Boston. Known for its rich history, it's the birthplace of the American War of Independence. The town boasts several historic sites including the Minuteman Statue, Battle Green, the Old Belfry, and the Hancock-Clarke House. Visitors can also enjoy recreational activities at places like Lexington Green and Wilson Farm. With its population of around 34,235, Lexington offers a blend of history and modern living making it one of the best places to live in Massachusetts

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Lynn, Massachusetts, is a vibrant city north of Boston, known for its rich history and diverse culture. It's located on the Atlantic Ocean, offering stunning coastlines and beaches. The city played a significant role in America's industrial era with its shoe factories, earning it the nickname "City of Shoes." Today, Lynn boasts a thriving arts scene, particularly in the Downtown Lynn Cultural District. With a mix of historic architecture and modern amenities, Lynn provides a unique blend of past and present for its residents and visitors.

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