One of the first settlements in the Massachusetts Bay Colony, the city of Watertown embraces a long and colorful history. Originally named Saltonstall Plantation after Sir Richard Saltonstall, the area was known for its horse and cattle market and was officially incorporated in 1630. Constantly reinventing itself, Watertown has been home to some of the first grist and woolen mills in the country and today has repurposed the Watertown Arsenal from a center for military research and munitions to a shopping center filled with businesses, eateries, and theatres. This ethnically diverse city contains a variety of properties including condos, apartments, and single family homes.
Watertown’s southern border runs along the Charles River and this city houses 11 separate parks. Bordering both Waltham and Boston, this city is serviced by multiple bus routes and trackless trollies. … Read More
Map of Watertown, MA
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