North of Boston Area Information

Lake Quannapowitt in Wakefield MAThe North of Boston region provides residents with a variety of attractions, amenities, housing options, and recreational opportunities. Life north of Boston is perfect for those who want access to all that is going on in the city while still being able to reside in a peaceful, private area. Learn more about the popular towns North of Boston in the Wakefield area by clicking on the links below. If you have any questions about these communities or if you'd like to get information about the local real estate market, contact Christopher J. Barrett Realtors today. We're happy to share our expertise with you.

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North Of Boston Communities

Wakefield MAWakefield, MA

Wakefield is a charming town located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, within the Greater Boston metropolitan area. Established in 1812, this town is approximately 12.5 miles from Boston and has a vibrant and friendly community of around 25,000 residents. Wakefield is known for its natural beauty, particularly Lake Quannapowitt and Crystal Lake Park. It also boasts local attractions such as the Linden Tree Coffeehouse and Wakefield Farmers Market

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Lynnfield MALynnfield, MA

Lynnfield is a small suburban town located in Essex County, Massachusetts. It's part of the Greater Boston area and is approximately 16 miles north of downtown Boston. The town has a population of around 12,000 residents and is home to MarketStreet Lynnfield, an outdoor shopping center featuring a variety of retail stores, restaurants, and a Whole Foods Market. The town is also known for its beautiful green spaces, including Pillings Pond and Reedy Meadow.

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Melrose MAMelrose, MA

Melrose, Massachusetts is a charming city located in the Greater Boston metropolitan area. Known for its Victorian-style architecture and close-knit community, Melrose offers residents a suburban feel with convenient access to urban amenities. The city boasts several parks, including the Middlesex Fells Reservation, which provides ample opportunities for outdoor activities. Melrose also prides itself on its vibrant downtown area, filled with unique shops and restaurants. It's a wonderful place to live, work, and visit.

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North Reading MANorth Reading, MA

North Reading is a small town located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts. It's situated about 20 miles north of Boston and has a population of approximately 15,000 people. The town features several parks and recreational areas, including Ipswich River Park and Harold Parker State Forest, offering residents plenty of opportunities for outdoor activities. North Reading also has a variety of dining and shopping options with local businesses and chains alike. The real estate market in North Reading is diverse, with properties ranging from historic homes to contemporary houses. The town's community spirit, quality of life, and proximity to Boston make it a desirable place to live.

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Reading MAReading, MA

Reading is a picturesque town located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, about 10 miles north of downtown Boston. It is part of the Greater Boston metropolitan area and has a population of approximately 25,000 residents. Reading is known for its family-friendly atmosphere and its rich history dating back to 1644. The town offers a variety of recreational opportunities with its numerous parks and trails, including the popular Reading Town Forest. The downtown area of Reading, known as Reading Square, features a variety of local shops, restaurants, and businesses, contributing to the town's charm and community feel.

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Stoneham MAStoneham, MA

Stoneham is a vibrant town located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, and is part of the Greater Boston area. With a population of approximately 22,000, Stoneham offers a suburban atmosphere with close proximity to urban amenities. The town is known for its strong community spirit and recreational opportunities. One of its most notable attractions is the Stone Zoo, home to various species from around the world. It also hosts the Stoneham Theatre, which serves as a cultural hub offering live performances year-round. With a mix of residential styles from charming historic homes to modern apartments, Stoneham's real estate market is active and diverse, catering to a range of preferences.

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