Milton Real Estate

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Milton Real Estate Market Statisics and Recent Listings

Milton December 12, 2017
51
Listed
73
Avg. DOM
$350.16
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$789,900
Med. List Price
51 Properties Found. Showing 1-12
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About Milton Real Estate

Found in the Norfolk County, Milton MA is a Boston suburb with a population of around 27,000 according to the latest census. While it has multiple things to make it stand out, Milton is primarily known for the fact that it’s the birthplace of George H. W. Bush, one of the former presidents of the United States. Moreover, this is also the birthplace of Buckminster Fuller, a popular architect whose work is widely known in the Boston area.

History of Milton MA

Milton is found in between the Blue Hills and the Neponset River. The settlement was founded in the 1640s by English Puritans. Initially, it was named the Unquity representing the lower falls. In 1647, a power mill was created making Milton one of the most important towns in the region at the time. It was initially created to take complete advantage of the water power available from the many rivers and tributaries running through it.

18th century Milton was very industrial and had sawmills, paper mills and iron slitting mills. Milton is also the place where the first chocolate factory was created. Through it’s history, Milton has managed to be an important industrial center. The Granite Railway, the first railroad in America, also brought a great set of benefits to the town and added tremendous value to the region as a whole.

Milton MA Neighborhoods

Geography of Milton

The town covers an area of around 34.4 square kilometers, with some of the most interesting geography. The balance of land and hills with the many rivers and creeks is one of the many things that makes Milton stand out as a great place to live. The river has been an important part of the local economy and they have managed to benefit a great deal from it.

Climate of Milton

Milton is cited to be one of the windiest cities in the United States with the average wind speed around 24.8 miles per hour, according to the local measurements. This makes it a very tricky place to live in, however the temperatures are pretty normal considering the overall location.

Milton's Population

You can find around 6800 families residing in town. Overall, you can find an interesting blend between various races and that on its own does make this region stand out quite a lot. It’s also important to note that Milton is a place that’s all about delivering quality and value to its residents.

Why Buy Real Estate in Milton?

As with anyone looking to live in a suburb of Boston, the school system that your children will be attending is a major factor in deciding where to buy a home. Milton has many public parks and there are six public schools here, four of them are elementary schools. Milton’s schools maintain a high rating overall. There are also some private schools covering all grades. Some of these schools actually use the Montessori method. Another thing to note is that this is one of the only places out there where you can actually find a French immersion program.

Getting Around in Milton

Milton is located in the Massachusetts Bay transportation authority district. There are some fixed route services here which arrived as an extension of the light rail system. Commuters easily travel between the surrounding communities as well as into the Boston proper. If you have been looking at Boston homes for sale, because you work in Boston but would like to be on the outskirts, Milton MA is a great option with its easy commute.

Real Estate & Homes For Sale in Milton Center

Milton Center December 12, 2017
6
Listed
66
Avg. DOM
$356.19
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$514,450
Med. List Price
6 Properties Found.
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Additional Reasons to Move to Milton

Points of interest Milton has several points of interest including the Blue Hill meteorological observatory for example, which is one of the best places to explore the universe. Then there’s Milton academy, Curry college, Retarc, and Houghton College. Milton is also used as a filming location for many series. In fact, throughout the years lots of movies and TV shows were shot here, like Spartan, The Judge, The Social Network, The Box and many others being a huge part of the local history.

At the end of the day, you will be very impressed with the real estate options and great life quality provided in Milton. If you want to move to a new town, then Milton does have a solid real estate market, great economy and some amazing places for you. As a whole, it’s one of the best destinations for people that want to move to the Boston area.

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Real Estate Listings in Milton Village

Milton Village December 12, 2017
8
Listed
71
Avg. DOM
$336.29
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$674,450
Med. List Price
8 Properties Found.
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