Where are the best zip codes to live in Massachusetts? We will tackle that very topic and it’s all based on the website Niche.com. They based their findings on some very specific criteria. Some of those criteria are: cost of living, higher education, housing, public schools, diversity, crime, health and fitness, jobs, nightlife, walkability, weather and more. They aren’t just revealing cities and towns in Massachusetts. They broke it down into specific neighborhoods in these cities and towns to give you a more focused area. So whether you’re looking to move OR if you just want to see if your neighborhood made the cut, just keep scrolling to find out.
Right off the top of your head, when you’re thinking of best places to live in Massachusetts, you’re automatically thinking places like Cambridge, Somerville, Brookline, Newton, Wellesley and other areas outside of Boston proper. These cities constantly receive high reviews for things like jobs, schools, restaurants and more. These cities are not left off of the Niche findings, however they get a little more specific. Instead of giving you just the city or town, they break it down into individual neighborhoods to give you a better idea of exactly where in each city is best for you to live.
We’re curious as to what YOU think makes a neighborhood a good place to live. Is there a category that Niche missed? As always, we’d love to hear from you and get your thoughts on this list. Did Niche get it right? Do you agree or disagree? Are you considering actually moving to one of these neighborhoods now that you’ve seen this list? Let us know and better yet, let us know why. So, without further delay, here are the best neighborhoods to live in Massachusetts according to Niche.com. Read and enjoy!