Dedham is one of the most desired places to live in Massachusetts because of its close proximity to Boston. Residents enjoy the convenience of outstanding amenities while living a suburban lifestyle. Dedham’s history is notably preserved among its architecture which is apparent in the classic style homes, churches, and town hall to the community theatre and well-known Endicott Estate. Dedham is home to the oldest wooden frame home in America and the prestigious, Dedham Country and Polo Club. It’s no wonder that the town has been featured in many films over the years. Dedham is comprised of numerous small businesses and offers excellent shopping, entertainment, and dining options. Dedham maintains a small-town community feel where residents take pride in their neighborhood. 


Norwood is a lovely and quaint, yet vibrant neighborhood located approximately 30 minutes from Boston. Residents mostly enjoy the relaxed and comfortable lifestyle. Norwood is a unique full-service community with their very own police, fire, and utility companies, among other services. “Norwood Center” is the heart of the town and includes everything from fantastic dining options such as a well-loved bagel shop and family owned pubs to a traditional bowling alley and parks. Norwood is well loved and a welcoming destination for everyone.


Needham is a very special neighborhood located approximately 30 minutes outside of Boston. It is comprised of mostly single-family homes and includes both new- and old-fashioned neighborhoods on quiet, beautifully landscaped streets. Needham is known for its highly regarded schools and suburban lifestyle. The town’s retail scene has recently been given a citified upgrade-from high fashion boutiques to top rated restaurants, there is something for everyone. 


Westwood is one of the most affluent neighborhoods in Norfolk County. From quiet, tree lined streets to magnificent homes and luxury apartments, to parks and recreation, Westwood has a lot to offer its residents. The acres of preserved land provide residents with a standard of privacy like no other. It is well known for its highly rated schools and Hale Reservation, nearly 1200 acres of land which includes 20 miles of gorgeous trails and four ponds. Westwood residents mostly enjoy a densely suburban and active lifestyle. 


Roslindale is a popular neighborhood located on the southern skirt of Boston. It is culturally diverse and boasts hip, family owned restaurants and shops for residents to enjoy. Roslindale is home to the Arnold Arboretum, which includes 280+ acres of the world’s most comprehensive collections of trees, plants, and flowers along with beautiful, unobstructed views of the Boston skyline. Residents enjoy the hustle and bustle of the city and the tranquil beauty of nature. 

West Roxbury

West Roxbury is a beautiful neighborhood located on the south side of Boston. Its convenient location makes it one of the most desirable places to live in the city. In one direction, you’re minutes to Jamaica pond, world class hospitals, and Fenway Park. Just the other direction you have access to recreation at Millennium Park and the Charles River. Placed between both directions, is “Centre Street”, the heart of West Roxbury; offering an array of small businesses including excellent cafes, bakeries, restaurants, and shopping. West Roxbury is known for its quiet, tree lined residential streets and is understandably popular among families as it is home to exceptional private and public schools. A strong sense of pride is maintained in this community. West Roxbury has built a reputation of class and is reserved for those that wish to live a comfortable life without the high voltage flash and glamour of downtown.

Lakes Region, NH

New Hampshire is home to 273 glorious bodies of water. Among the gems are Lake Winnipesaukee (the largest in NH state), Squam Lake, Newfound Lake, Ossipee Lake, and Lake Sunapee. Residents and tourists alike enjoy the outstanding recreational offerings including hiking, boating and waterskiing in the Summer and ice fishing and ice sailing in the Winter. The region has a lively four-season culture that surrounds the shores in the major towns of Laconia, Meredith, and Wolfeboro. Everything from preserved historical sites to museums, to an ever-evolving culinary scene, sunflower festivals, leaf peeping, apple picking, and an annual motorcycle rally that is the third largest in America. Residents particularly appreciate the 360-degree views of lakes and mountains offered all year round. The Lakes Region has built a reputation of class and is reserved for those that wish to live a comfortable yet active lifestyle. Famously said, “Where there is water, there is life.” Nowhere is that truer than in the Lakes Region. 


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