A place that people want to live, there has been an influx of construction and renovation in Needham, MA over the last decade. Needham is loved for its proximity to Boston and its incredible school system. Compared to home prices today, the town was quite a steal back in 1681, when the land was purchased from tribal leader William Nehoiden for 10 pounds in cash, 40 shillings worth of corn & 50 acres of land in Newton for hunting & fishing. Another fun fact about Needham is it’s the home of Olympic gymnast Aly Raisman who won three Gold Medals in Rio.
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Needham Has Every Convenience You Could Desire
Needham is an inclusive community focusing on service, social activities, children’s wellbeing, education and culture. It’s a town that values history and is always at the forefront of forward thinking. It’s a place people move to raise their kids, with great parks, playgrounds, and library programs, a robust sports program, and some of the best public schools in the country. Our neighborhoods are friendly and welcoming. Needham maintains a sense of community and connectedness that is hard to find in today’s fast-paced world, yet offers the finer aspects of modern life, such as access to easy commuting, a plethora of excellent restaurants and the convenience of a well-run and well-maintained town.