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Braintree MA Town HallIn Eastern Massachusetts, 10 miles south of Boston, sits the residential community of Braintree, MA. Bordered on the east by Weymouth and the west by Randolph, Braintree provides real estate investors with an ideal location for suburban business opportunities. Access to Cape Cod as well as Boston is as easy as a quick jaunt down Route I-93.  

Braintree is a growing community with a strong business base that includes one of the largest regional shopping centers in the northeast. Developers have seized upon the popular location of this tiny town. An assortment of attractive office and industrial parks strengthen the surging economy and enhance local real estate values.

Public transportation enables efficient communing between Braintree, Logan International Airport and other important Boston traffic areas. The community mix of established neighborhoods, new homes, various condominium complexes and quality schools presents a rich history of residential character in a town that is currently stepping into a new and promising future of industrial growth.

A History of Public Resources

Founded on land first colonized by English settler, Captain Wollaston, Braintree has somewhat of a troubled early history, including the infamous Sacco and Vanzetti murders. However, the incident between Thomas Morton and Captain Miles Standish stands out above all others in the history of the town. Loose morals, Native-American women and a Maypole dance pretty much describe the details.

All towns have a bit of dark history. On the brighter side, two of our finest US presidents were born in Braintree. The name of statesman John Hancock joins the ranks, standing side by side with John Adams and John Quincy Adams. The founder of West Point, General Sylvanus Thayer, was also birthed in this historic town.

Recreation and Human Concerns

Braintree, MA is a mature community with established residential resources including an assortment of outstanding parks and recreation options, as well as an 18-hole public golf course. Take a quick look at some of the finer points of public recreation:

  • Cranberry Pond Conservation District
  • MDC Blue Hills Reservation trail system
  • Pond Meadow Park
  • Smith Beach
  • Town Forest

Travelers, homesteaders, and even real estate investors might also enjoy checking out the Braintree Historical Society. Founded in 1930, this center for community information includes the Gilbert Bean Museum, the Watson Library and Research Center, and the operation and control of the General Sylvanus Thayer Birthplace.

Additional resources include:

  • Various local churches
  • The Braintree Food Pantry serving needy residents with hunger prevention assistance
  • Local Housing Authority
  • Quincy Community Action Program
  • Extended Youth Sports Programs
  • The Marge Crispin Center for needy residents and the elderly of the South Shore
  • Adult Social Daycare Services that provide socializing, entertainment and limited transportation to homebound residents.

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The citizens of Braintree care about the town, one another and the productivity of area businesses. It is the kind of community attitude that enhances both the residential and the business base of a town position for controlled growth in the years to come.

Braintree is an ideal place to settle down and raise children. It is great retirement center for those who seek convenient access to parks, walking areas, recreation and fellowship with like-minded people. For those in need of big city access but with a preference for the gentle lifestyle of the suburbs, the location of Braintree makes dreams come true.

For business people and/or real estate investors, Braintree, MA opens doors into a very prosperous future. Check it out now.

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