The City of Newton, Massachusetts is one of the most exclusive, highly regarded places to live in and around the city of Boston and it’s suburbs. Located in Middlesex County, only a mere seven miles from Boston itself, Newton is bordered by Brighton and Watertown.

Three popular and convenient modes of transportation serve Newton by the MBTA with a light rail, commuter rail, and bus service. This accessibility allows many successful individuals fortunate enough to call Newton home the ability to travel in and out of Boston with ease.

The safe and quiet neighborhoods of Newton are boosted by the famed public school system of the city. There are also many historical sites in Newton. Some of these worth mentioning include the East Parish and West Parish Burying Grounds, the Jackson Homestead, Crystal Lake, the Newton History Museum, Heartbreak Hill, Echo Bridge, Chestnut Hill Reservoir, Bullough’s Pond, the First Baptist Church, and much more. There are also a wide range of places of worship and styles of schooling available, truly allowing it to appeal to the masses which give Newton a diverse and rich history, culture, and bright future.