Arlington Homes for Sale

Arlington is a suburb of Middlesex County approximately six miles northwest of Boston. Nature lovers will be pleased with the wide variety of parks and trails. For those that are less inclined to explore the great outdoors, there are art museums, theatres and fine dining. In the warmer months, Arlington has a thriving farmers market scene and local music can be found playing in the parks.

Places to Eat in Arlington

Arlington: Food Paradise!

Are you a foodie? If so Arlington is the perfect place for you! From fine dining to a more casual experience, Arlington has it all! If you’re looking for refined Italian consider stopping by Bistro 5, which offers seasonal fare and international wines in an art filled space. For wine lovers make sure to ask the wine pairings for each course! If you’re looking for a more relaxed dining experience, check out La Victoria Taqueria which offers Mexican and Spanish fare with a kick. Loved by Arlington locals it is a hot spot that is busy every night of the week. Open for both lunch and dinner it is sure to be a hit with diners of all ages! If you’re looking for fresh, local food make sure to check out the Arlington farmers market in nice weather! No matter what you’re craving, Arlington has it!

Soak up Arlington's History

Historic Sites and More!

If you’re interested in history, Arlington has historical sites that bring the past to life. The Old Schawb Mill offers tour of their classic New England mill that was converted from a spice mill to a woodworking mill when the Schawb family purchased it. Some of the machines are still producing frames, and if you take a tour which are free to the public you can see the mill in action. The Schawb Mill is the oldest continuous working mill in the continental United States.  Another historic site in Arlington is the Rusell House. The Russell House is a great place to learn more about the history of the American Revolution. Free tours are offered on specific days, so make sure to look on the website to time your visit so you can take one of the tours! History buffs will find lots to explore in Arlington!