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Bell Stoughton is located in one of the most desirable residential neighborhoods in the Boston Metro area near all of South Boston including Dedham, Braintree, Norwood and more. Bell Stoughton is a newly built apartment community located off Rt. 24, and is mins. to 1-95, Rt. 128, and the MBTA Commuter Rail Station.
Residents of Stoughton MA enjoy a small town feel, well-kept town parks and open spaces while benefiting from its close proximity to Boston's numerous employers and city attractions. Ideal for young families, the area benefits from an excellent school system. In fact, Stoughton High School has several highly-recognized programs including a renowned music program and award-winning newspaper.
Listed in 2013 by the Boston Globe as one of one of Greater Boston's top spots to live, the Globe made mention of the easy commute to Boston. Special note was made of the fantastic family environment, affordability and attractions such as the shady beach at Ames Pond. And let's not forget the 357,000 square foot IKEA store! For many in an around Boston, the meaning is simple. An apartment in Stoughton means a better quality of life for you and your family.
Stoughton's small town charm is evident in its sense of community. The town sponsors numerous fun and entertaining events throughout the year. The most anticipated may be Stoughton's Haunted Hayride and the Tractor of Terror. Put on jointly by the Stoughton Community Events Committee and Stoughton Little Theatre, the Haunted Hayride features entertainment, fun and food and is an example of why Stoughton is such a family friendly place to live.
One need not go outside of town to enjoy sports and the outdoors. Operated by the town of Stoughton, the Cedar Hill Golf Course is a 9 hole golf course with a bar, restaurant, practice putting green and golf shop. It's a fabulous way to enjoy a beautiful New England afternoon and get some great exercise, too.
Stoughton has a rich history, too. Named after William Stoughton, the 1 st Chief Justice of Colonial Courts, the town was incorporated back in 1726 and its first home was built in 1716. The Suffolk Resolves, the document thought to be the basis for the foundation for the Declaration of Independence, was written in Old Stoughton at Doty's Tavern, a site chosen by Samuel Adams and with Paul Revere in attendance.
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