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AUBURNDALE
THE DALE
Welcome to Auburndale, Newton.
The neighborhood of Auburndale, also called The Dale is one of 13 villages in the western section of Newton. Auburndale lies at the intersection of interstate highways 90 and 95, and is bounded by the three villages West Newton, Waban and Newton Lower Falls, as well as Waltham city and Weston town. The neighborhood has two elementary schools, Williams Elementary and Burr Elementary. For higher education, residents are referred to the Lasell College. The history of Auburndale goes pretty far back in time, with the first known settler making his home here in 1678. The settler, William Robinson, built a house on what is now Freeman Street. The oldest existing home in Auburndale stands at 473 Auburn Street., and was built by the same man in 1730. Originally the neighborhood was called "Auburndale-on-the-Charles", and was home to the Norumbega Park. The park included amusement rides and a zoo, but closed in 1963. Today, the area covers 60 acres of conservation land and lies adjacent to the Charles River. History buffs may want to go for some sightseeing, as there are over 275 historical properties in the area; such as the Auburndale Congregational Church, the Clark House, the E.C. Hammond House and Harding House Walker. Those who have kids can take their tots to the Auburndale Cove Park & Playground and Turtle Lane Playhouse, while golfers can swing their clubs at the Woodland Golf Club or Brae Burn Country Club. For more outdoor recreation, check out the Charles River Canoe and Kayak Company and the Norumbega Park Conservation area!
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