One of the oldest cities in the country, Boston is the capital of Massachusetts and the state’s largest city. Boston played a pivotal role in the American Revolution and its rich history, world-class art, education and cultural institutions make it both a top tourist destination and place to live. ... » Learn More about Boston
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Hip and happening, Somerville is densely populated, packed with artists, students, young professionals and families. Culturally diverse with a working class feel, Somerville’s art, culture, and food scene continues to be cutting edge. The city is dotted with urban playgrounds, green space, and ... » Learn More about Somerville
Buzzing with bikers, families, and trendy restaurants and cafes, Arlington attracts both singles and families with its variety of neighborhood options, good schools, and proximity to the MBTA’s Red Line. East Arlington and downtown offer an urban vibe with historic single family homes and ... » Learn More about Arlington
Centrally located with convenient access to Cambridge, Boston and all points around Greater Boston, Watertown maintains its early American, working class and ethnic roots while rapidly evolving into a tech, food, and shopping hub. Watertown is walkable and eclectic, with good schools, multi-family ... » Learn More about Watertown
With its elegant neighborhoods, excellent schools, and convenient access to Cambridge and points northwest, Belmont is a “Town of Homes” close to Boston. But this bedroom community is not as sleepy as it once was; Belmont Center, Cushing and Waverly Squares have become magnets for upscale and unique ... » Learn More about Belmont