Arlington MA Real Estate
Neighborhood highlights: Real Estate, history, restaurants and more
Named in honor of heroes buried at Arlington National Cemetery in 1867, Arlington, MA is the birthplace of "Uncle Sam" Wilson and the first Public Children's Library. Outdoor recreational attractions include the Minuteman Bike Trail (11 miles beginning in Davis Sq. in Somerville, passing through Alewife Station in Cambridge and running all the way to Bedford), Spy Pond Field and Playground, Menotomy Rocks Park, Robbins Farm and Skyline Playground, McClennan Park and a town beach at the "Res".
Arlington's Massachusetts Avenue is host to an wide assortment of eateries and here are a few of the wonderful restaurants offering everything from the exotic meal to the simple burger. Arlington MA Real Estate provides an equally interesting variety of homes. In the East Arlington area, home to The Capital Theater, you'll find many newly renovated condominiums, large multi-families and single family homes lining the Lake Street area. Other neighborhoods include Jason Heights in the mid-town area which is home to some of the most stately properties, Arlington Heights, popular for more medium- priced home sales and easy commuting and the Morningside area which borders Winchester and carries a bit more suburban feel.
On street overnight parking is prohibited without a permit in all of the Arlington neighborhoods.
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