WALK
SCORE

89

TRANSIT
SCORE

50

AVERAGE
SINGLE HOME PRICE

$751,884 +

AVERAGE
MULTI-HOME PRICE

$856,643 +

AVERAGE
CONDO PRICE

$528,331 +

Bordered by parks, historical sites, and a wide variety of housing, Arlington is a scenic region composed of eight eclectic neighborhoods. According to Arlington’s official town website,

“The Town of Arlington was originally settled in 1635 as a village under the name Menotomy. In 1807, the Town and a section of what is now Belmont were set off from Cambridge and incorporated as West Cambridge. In 1867, the name was changed to Arlington in honor of the heroes buried at Arlington National Cemetery in Arlington, VA.”

This community is a great commuting neighborhood; it is just 8 miles outside of Boston, and accessible to major highways. Additionally, this area is served by many MBTA bus routes and close to Red Line’s Alewife Station in Cambridge and West Medford commuter rail station. The Minuteman Bikeway is a well-used bicycle and pedestrian path built on a former railroad track. It connects Bedford and Lexington to the west, runs through Arlington Heights, crosses Massachusetts Avenue at Arlington Center, and leads to Alewife Station on MBTA.

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A PLACE
TO LEARN

There is a huge influx of folks moving to Arlington from downtown Boston and Somerville to settle down. Arlington real estate is primarily home to young families, and it’s evident to see why. Every public school in Arlington gets at least an 8 on the 1-10 Great Schools rating scale. Bishop Elementary School scored the highest with a perfect 10 score, but Arlington High School was right behind it with a 9, as were Brackett Elementary School and Dallin Elementary School.

ARLINGTON
SCHOOLS

The mission of the Arlington Public Schools is to educate students by promoting academic excellence, by empowering students to achieve their maximum potential, and by preparing students for responsible participation in an ever-changing world. The Arlington Public Schools are committed to helping every student achieve emotional, social, vocational, and academic success.












ARLINGTON PUBLIC SCHOOLSGRADESTYPESIZERATING
Arlington High School9-12High School11859/10
Brackett Elementary SchoolKG-5Elementary School4819/10
Cyrus E Dallin Elementary SchoolKG-5Elementary School4679/10
Hardy Elementary SchoolKG-5Elementary School3639/10
John A Bishop Elementary SchoolKG-5Elementary School41210/10
M Norcross Stratton Elementary SchoolKG-5Elementary School3758/10
Menotomy PreschoolPKPreschool55N/A
Ottoson Middle School6-8Middle School10549/10
Peirce Elementary SchoolKG-5Elementary School27010/10
Thompson Elementary SchoolKG-5Elementary School3589/10









ARLINGTON PRIVATE SCHOOLSGRADESTYPESIZERATING
Arlington Catholic High School9-12Roman Catholic6508/10
Arlington Children's Center IncNS-KDaycare / Preschool11210/10
Dearborn Academy1-12Special Education School1488/10
Lesley Ellis SchoolNS-8N/A18210/10
New Covenant SchoolNS-6Christian13210/10
St. Agnes SchoolPK-8Roman Catholic3238/10
Youth Villages-Germaine Lawrence Campus6-12All Girls/Special Education73N/A

*All school statistics have been sourced from GreatSchools.org.

A PLACE
TO GROW

When it comes to Arlington real estate, historical, single family homes dominate. There are also a high number of condo sales.

A PLACE
TO CONNECT

Arlington was founded over 350 years ago; though it prides its historical background, it has blossomed into a fully modern community. Nods to the past are dispersed throughout the town, including the recreation of its town common. Arlington was the location of the first public children’s library, and the site of most the fighting when the British marched through it returning from the Old North Bridge at the start of the Revolutionary Way. When you are in the Arlington area, you can’t miss out on a visit to Cyrus Dallin Art Museum and Jefferson Cutter House - The museum is in the historic Jefferson Cutter House. Currently it is closed for renovations, but when it’s open you can see the sculpture work of Cyrus E. Dallin, who “is regarded as one of the most important sculptors in American art.” Another must see is the statue in Arlington Center which commemorates Arlington as the birthplace of Samuel Wilson, better known as “Uncle Sam”.

A PLACE
TO EXPLORE

Arlington is the perfect place to walk around Spy Pond Park, just one of many parks in the area. You can also rent canoes or kayaks, go fishing, paddle board, spend time at the playground, or explore the trails at Menotomy Rocks Park. Be sure to check out the abundance of restaurants, bakeries, and shops along Massachusetts Avenue, and don't miss out on Robbins Farm, which was voted one of the top 10 playgrounds in the state.