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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

How about a tour of Newton? I’ll drive!

I met Rebecca & Sam through my son Nathan's basketball program last winter. They are both scientists with 2 young kids and not nearly enough space in their current, but very small Cape Cod style home. 1100 square feet might seem like enough space but as the kids...

When listing a home your online presence is CRUCIAL

95% of of 1st impressions for a real estate are online. That means the first showing for the property does not take place during a drive-by, nor is it in an expensive, printed print marketing piece. It's not at an Open House, not at a private showing and it's most...