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Newton Corner Homes & Real Estate

In the 18th and 19th centuries, when people in Boston and elsewhere referred to “Newton”, they meant what later came to be known as “Newton Corner.” The village of Newton (Corner) had the most developed and lively commercial center of all of Newton’s villages.

Newton Corner is the site of the oldest European settlement in the city of Newton, and the oldest place to be called “Newton” (originally “New Town“).

The village is the home of the West Suburban YMCA, and many schools – Lincoln-Eliot, Underwood, Bigelow Middle School, Newton-Country Day School, Mount Alvernia High School and the Carroll Center for the Blind.

Boston College’s second campus is in Newton Corner.  Village landmarks include the Newton Corner Bell, and the colonial East Parish Burying Ground. The village is known for its beautiful Farlow, Chaffin and Kenrick Parks, and for its many fine places of worship.

Newton Corner is also home to Jackson Homestead, the City Museum, which is also where the Tuesday Evening Folk Concerts take place in the summer.


News in Newton Corner

Saying thanks can feel damn good

Well the last couple of years have been pretty tough for many of us. Me included. And while business has been fantastic and we are helping people, selling houses, proud of our service and more stable than we've ever been... emotionally and personally these last couple...

I love your referrals! Thank you…

If you ever have the opportunity to connect me to a “potential” buyer or seller, please don’t hold back! People that make excellent referrals for me are anyone who has recently changed jobs, got engaged, married, pregnant, divorced, had a child, received inheritance...

17 offers in Bidding War: Buyers need inventory!

This past week I submitted an offer on a townhouse in Watertown for a Buyer client. My Buyers were VERY competitive with their offer and stood tall at my recommendation. They pulled out all the stops.... but simply could not compete financially. Unfortunately, they...