A little more than a suburb, but not quite a city, Newton, MA is a place that’s incredibly easy to live. Money Magazine ranked it #31 of the Best Places to Live in America for its strengths in school system, number of jobs, racial diversity and cultural activities. A convenient 24 minutes into Boston is a commuter’s literal dream, allowing much more sleep for those who are city-bound Monday through Friday.
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Newton, MA – All Around The Town
Though Newton is well-known for its proximity to Boston, excellent schools, and picturesque homes, it is surprising to most that this large city is made up of thirteen smaller villages. Each village has its own unique look and feel. In Newton, MA, Lower Falls features scenic views of the Charles River. Newton Centre, the hub of the city, boasts trendy restaurants (Sycamore, Little Big Diner) alongside old-time staples (Bill’s House of Pizza and Johnny’s Luncheonette). Newton Highlands features a footbridge which proudly displays local art and news of the villages many events. Most of the townships host their own annual “village day” where residents join together for outdoor amusements, food and fun.