If you’re thinking of moving to Milton, you’re going to want to prepare all the materials you’ll need because it’s such a desirable area – it’s not easy to find what you want, and when you do, you’ll want to act quickly. Make sure you bring some ID, bank statements, landlord references, tax returns, credit histories, and anything else your real estate broker might ask for. If you're puzzled about this, you might want to practice apartment hunting before trying to find a place in Milton. Also, make sure that you come with your bank account well stocked with cash. A lot of nice apartments require you to put down 3 months rent up front, in addition to any broker’s fees or moving expenses you might have. If you prepare well, you’ll be in a good position to snatch up the apartment of your dreams before anyone can steal it out from under you.
Northeast Milton: Northeast Milton is close to Quincy and Dorhester, two more of Boston’s suburbs.
Southwest Milton Southwest Milton borders Norwood.
Milton living is truly idyllic. You can get to Beantown in minutes – and all of the excitement, shopping, eating, sports, and nightlife there- - but your home proper is in a quaint country New England town.
Nature lovers love living in Milton because it’s home to great parks and reserves – like the Blue Hills Reservation – and it’s also a great place to ride horses; the Horseplay Stables are a place you can board horses, ride them or train on them.
If you live in Milton but want to get into Boston, you can drive your car. You can also take a train right into Boston, so it’s not really necessary to drive, which makes it even more convenient and cheaper than having to pay for parking and car insurance.