Welcome to Waltham, MA
Waltham is a suburban city located just west of Boston in Middlesex County, MA. Waltham’s history is largely industrial which earned it the name “Watch City” due to the prominence of watch making in Waltham during the industrial revolution. Waltham’s downtown provides quality shopping, dining, and entertainment experiences, but there are also plenty of peaceful neighborhoods and museums to peruse through. Waltham’s proximity to the Charles River and Beaver Brook Reservation also makes it a hub for outdoor recreation. The Brandeis University and Bentley College campuses also contribute jobs, diverse student populations, and stunning architecture to the Waltham community. The city of Waltham has something for everyone, making it the ideal place to begin the search for your new home.
Waltham MA Demographics
Median Income: $44,977
Home Ownership Rate: 50%
Waltham MA Housing Stats
Median Sales Price: $600,000
Number of Homes Sold: 37
Number of Days on the Market: 20
What to Do in Waltham, MA
Waltham MA Restaurants
La Campania - Authentic Neapolitan Italian fare prepared in an Italian wood-fire oven
Gustazo Cuban Kitchen - Modern take on traditional Cuban food with Havana-inspired decor
The Gaff - Old-fashioned neighborhood bar. Hosts trivia, open mics, and live music
Karibu - Family-owned, known for authentic East-African cuisine and friendly service
Waltham MA Shopping
Waltham is the place to be if you have something to buy; there are four major shopping centers within the city limits, including Waltham Plaza, Wal-Lex Shopping Center, Colonial Shopping Center, and Waltham Crossing. These malls are the perfect place to spend a day browsing through clothes, gifts, household items, and more. For those on a budget, Moody Street is lined with dollar stores that will satisfy your shopping fix without breaking the bank.
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