Homes for Sale, Real Estate Agents and Information about Milford, MA

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Population  26,799 people.  (66th in Massachusetts.)
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The Town of Milford is a thriving community of over 25,000 residents, conveniently located along I-495, with easy access to Boston, Worcester and Providence over major highways.

Milford offers many advantages to residents and visitors alike; an education system with modern facilities and excellent curriculum offerings, newly constructed/ rehabilitated municipal buildings, playing fields and parks for active and passive recreation, major shopping malls and a revitalized downtown, an active Cultural Center, a regional hospital and a variety of restaurants and hotels.

Sports and arts are both an integral part of the community fabric; Milford has a reputation for developing excellent musicians and athletes. Political awareness is encouraged early; as a result, many Milford residents have embraced careers in public service, both at the local and state level. Milford also proudly acknowledges native son Dr. Joseph E. Murray, who pioneered in the area of organ transplants. In 1990, Dr. Murray was the recipient of the Nobel Prize for medicine.

Milford is known the world over for its unique pink granite, discovered in the 1870's and quarried for many years thereafter. Milford pink granite continues to grace the exteriors of museum, government buildings, monuments and railroad stations in Boston, New York, Washington. D.C. and Paris, France.

Visitors and residents of Milford enjoy such annual events as the Portuguese Picnic, the Firefighters' Family Day, summer band concerts, the Welcome Santa parade and many others.

It is located in east central Massachusetts, bordered by Upton on the west; Hopkinton on the north; Holliston, Medway, and Bellingham on the east; and Hopedale on the south. Milford is 18 miles southeast of Worcester; 30 miles southwest of Boston; 32 miles north of Providence, Rhode Island; and 190 miles from New York City.

Narrative compiled by the Massachusetts Department of Housing and Community Development (DHCD).

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