Malden Homes & Real Estate - Boston, MA
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Homes For Sale in Malden, Boston, MA
Condos in Malden start at $280,000 and can cost over $450,000. Bedrooms range from one to three bedrooms and one to one and a half bathrooms.
Townhomes start at $300,000 and can cost up to $600,000. They typically have two or three bedrooms and one to two and a half bathrooms.
Single-family homes start around $350,000 and can cost up to $1.3 million. They typically have four to eleven bedrooms and two to six bathrooms.
Multi-family homes start around $500,000 and can cost over $1.2 million.
Living in Malden, MA
Malden was established in 1882, and it originally included Melrose and Everett until 1850 and 1870, respectively. It was named Malden because of the early settler Joseph Hills, who came from Maldon, England. The land was initially purchased from the Indigenous Pennacook Tribe and was known as Mistick Side. During the American Revolution, it was the first town to petition the withdrawal of the colonial government from the British Empire.
The most popular neighborhoods in Malden are Bellrock, Edgeworth, Faulkner, Ferryway, Forestdale, Linden, Maplewood, and Westend. Many of these communities are genuinely historic, have a tight-knit community, and have many parks and green spaces, making them incredibly beautiful.
Throughout Malden, there are around 30 parks that offer numerous amenities. There are tennis courts, playgrounds, sports fields, basketball courts, a skate park, and more. Macdonald Stadium was recently renovated to include a 400-meter running track and has impressive synthetic turf. Along the border of Malden, the Middlesex Fells Reservation has numerous hiking trails available for residents. Residents can visit Fellsmere Pond, known as the “Jewel of Malden.”
There is a significant focus on Malden’s arts and culture, and the residents’ value diversity and various cultural inputs. Artists can integrate within the community and be part of the magic. Residents and visitors alike will enjoy the numerous galleries, exhibits, events, and performances. The community of musicians, actors, organizations, visual artists, scholars, designers, and artisans is an invaluable part of the community. Almost half of the population is not native to the area, and over 60 languages are spoken.
There are over 20 leagues and sports organizations for residents to join. Baseball, badminton, basketball, field hockey, lacrosse, soccer, tennis, hockey, and wrestling are all available for both adults and youth.
The Malden School District includes Beebe School, Ferryway School, Forestdale School, Linden STEAM Academy, Salemwood School, and Malden High School. The schools are excellent options for students in any grade. Parents can trust that their child is getting a thorough education.
Malden is a community that has a history that residents are proud of and celebrate. There’s many great amenities and things to do. It’s easy to live a healthy and active lifestyle with many parks and leagues to join. There’s something for everyone in Malden, and those relocating there will be welcomed with open arms.