In the Greater Boston area, in Norfolk County, Massachusetts, you will find Milton, the birthplace of former U.S. President George H. W. Bush. With a population of roughly 27,000 as of 2010, Milton ranks as Money Magazine's 2nd Best Place to Live in the United States. What makes Milton so special is its country feel, but remains just minutes away from the jobs, culture and excitement of Boston. There are some negatives that come with this town, as it boasts high taxes and the job growth has dropped almost 2% in the last decade. Although the housing prices have remained relatively the same since their peak in 2005, the median home price in Milton is $425,965, making it a bit pricey.
Looking through the Milton, MA Yellow Pages and Milton, MA Business Directory, you can find the historic areas and rich school system that the town has to offer. The town is a wonderful place to settle down, as is evidence by the roughly 60% of households that were occupied by married couples. The small town feel with the distance, yet close proximity to the Greater Boston area, Milton is a lovely place to be.
Written by Lyndsey Morgan
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