Townofmilton.org Jun 5, 2017 Neighborhood Feature: MiltonMilton, Massachusetts may be best known as the birthplace of former President George H. W. Bush, but the charming Boston suburb is much more than a presidential trivia answer. Milton continually tops the charts as one of the best small cities, and overall best place to live in America. From its numerous historic sites to frequent appearances in television shows and movies, the notable town offers a comfortable yet lively suburban sanctuary outside the city. Read more about Milton in this month’s featured neighborhood spotlight.Located just south of Boston, Milton once a part of Dorchester began as an industrial town centered around its iron, paper, and saw mills. Famously, Milton is also home to the very first chocolate factory in New England: The Walter Baker Chocolate factory established in 1764. Now transformed into an on-trend apartment complex, the red brick building situated on the Neponset River holds historic significance in the town’s center.
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