Milton, Massachusetts located in Norfolk County has an estimated population of 27,000. Milton is know for its rich history, tree-lined streets, and protected open spaces. It offers a number of distinct commercial areas with quick access to Boston and public transportation.
Geographically, Milton is comprised of 13.3 sq.miles with 13.1 sq. miles in land and .2 sq. miles in water. Milton is located between the Neponset River and the Great Blue Hill in the Blue Hills Reservation, the highest point in Norfolk County. The summit houses the Blue Hill Observatory.
MIlton, MA Housing Market Stats 5/2019-5/2020
Lowest Priced Sale: $336,000
Highest Priced Sale: $8,000,000
Median Price: $739,823
Average Days on Market: 53
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Tax Rate 2020: $13.12/Thousand
Medium Income: $126,000
Six public schools. Four elementary: Collicot, Cunningham, Glover, Tucker. One Middle School: Charles S. Pierce; One High School: Milton High School Milton is also home to Curry College.
Athletics team: Wildcats
Golf: Wollaston Golf Club (private)
Yacht Club: Milton Yacht Club
Milton lies within the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority district. Fixed routes include Ashmont-Mattapan and the Red Line.