Thinking of relocated to the North Boston, MA area? We offer information on North Boston area towns and communities including Woburn, Stoneham, Reading, Medford, Lexington, and more. Learn about what each town has to offer, including education, recreation activities and more. Scroll down to find town information and current listings.
Woburn MA is one of the oldest and most historic communities in New England as it was first settled in 1640. Woburn is conveniently located close to two interstate highways and public transportation via bus, train, and commuter rail.
Stoneham is located at the intersection of Interstate 93 and Interstate 95, allowing easy access north, south, east or west. It is an ideal location for people to live and work.
Reading is close to the junction of Interstates Route 93 and Route 95. A short commute to Boston, or easy access to the Route 128 corridor with it's shopping malls and technology companies. Reading is also served by public transportation with bus service, and a commuter rail station that is a short half hour ride to Boston.
The Medford public school system consists of 4 elementary schools, 2 middle schools, one mainstream high school, one alternative high school and one vocational technical high school.
Lexington Center is a well-maintained area with retail stores, professional offices, banks, restaurants and also the Lexington Venue, one of the last remaining small town movie theatres in the area.
The Arlington Public School system is comprised of 7 elementary schools, one middle school and one high school. Two private elementary schools exist in town as well as two parochial schools.
Bedford, MA is located in Middlesex County and within the Greater Boston, MA area. Bedford is 15 miles from Boston, and an ideal location for people to live and work.
Winchester, MA is located in Middlesex County and only 8 miles from downtown Boston, MA. Winchester is a premier location for commuters and a wonderful town to raise a family.