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MILTON
Massachusetts, U.S.A.
A MODERN AND GREEN SUBURB
Welcome to Milton, Massachusetts.
Milton is a modern suburb in the Norfolk County, around 20 miles outside Boston. The town is home to around 27,000 people and was the birthplace of former President George H. W. Bush. Money Magazine has ranked Milton one of the best places to live in the United States, several years in a row. The community is beautifully situated in the land between Neponset River and the Blue Hills, and prides itself with a rich historical heritage. The area was settled in 1640 by Puritans, and was originally part of Dorchester. In 1662, Milton was incorporated as its own town. Milton still features many 19th century country houses and large estates, a well as old worker's housing like the Forbes House and the Suffolk Resolves House. It is not uncommon to see antique stone walls forming boundaries around properties, and the town features pastoral tree-lined streets and plenty of acres with publicly protected space. Milton distinguishes itself in that it has more privately and publicly conserved land than any other place within twenty miles of Boston. The wonderful green spaces of Milton allows residents to feel like they in the country side, while still being just half an hour away from the big city. Milton offers a plethora of commercial options, including the Milton Village and East Milton Square, where patrons can choose among multitudes of retail stores and restaurants.
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