2 Granite Ave #400
Milton, MA 02186
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Milton is a town located in Norfolk County, Massachusetts. It is situated just south of Boston and covers an area of approximately 13 square miles. The town has a population of around 27,000 people and is known for its historic architecture, natural beauty, and strong sense of community. Our Milton office overlooks the Neponset river which divides the town of Milton from the City of Boston.
Milton was first settled in the 17th century and was incorporated as a town in 1662. The town played an important role in the American Revolution and was home to several notable figures, including the statesman John Adams and the poet Robert Frost.
Today, Milton is a thriving suburban community with a diverse economy that includes healthcare, education, and professional services. The town is also home to several notable attractions, including the Blue Hills Reservation, a large state park that offers hiking, biking, and skiing, and the Forbes House Museum, a historic home that showcases the town’s rich history.
Milton is known for its excellent schools, strong community spirit, and commitment to sustainability. The town has a well-regarded public school system and is home to several institutions of higher learning, including Curry College and Milton Academy. The town also offers a wide range of recreational opportunities, including parks, sports fields, and community events.