Residents of Arlington enjoy a unique mix of urban and suburban living. Arlington is perfectly located and offers easy access to Boston and Cambridge via the Red Line. Route 2 and Interstate 95 (aka Route 128) and 93 provides access to the western suburbs, the North and South Shore, as well as easy access to beaches and mountains of New Hampshire, Vermont, and Maine.
Arlington offers a wide range of shopping, entertaining, and dining options. Many businesses in Arlington are small and locally owned. There are numerous cultural and entertainment options in Arlington including The Capitol and Regent Theatres, The Arlington International Film Festival, Arlington Open Studios, and Feast of the East.
Real estate in Arlington ranges from entry-level single-family homes, new condo conversions, and spacious new construction homes. There are a diversity of neighborhood ranging from the more urban flavor of East Arlington, the traditional neighborhoods of Arlington Heights and Jason Heights, to the suburban feel of Morningside.
Outdoor recreational activities include swimming and hiking at The Arlington Reservoir, picnicking and volleyball at Menotomy Rocks Park, baseball, soccer, tennis, fishing, and boating at Spy Pond, and biking and jogging on the Minuteman Bikeway.
According to Niche.com (a school rating company) Arlington schools are highly rated, with an overall A score. Phase 1 of the new high school was completed in 2022 with full completion scheduled for 2025. Private schools include Arlington Catholic High School and Lesley Ellis School.
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