Newton, commonly referred to as “The Garden City” is a suburban City located in Middlesex County and is located approximately 7 miles west of downtown Boston. Newton’s proximity to Boston along with its historic homes, renowned public schools, and scenic neighborhoods make it a desirable community for those who commute into Boston. Newton is served by three modes of Mass transit run by the MBTA: light rail, commuter rail, and bus service. Newton is a patchwork of thirteen villages, many boasting small downtown areas of their own.
77 Court Street is located 0.3 miles from Newtonville Center. This charming village offers its residents a collection of cafes, yoga studios, pharmacies, banking institutions, and eateries. 77 Court is a 15 minute stroll down picturesque Walnut Street to Newton North High School. The project runs along the #59 bus line. Whole Foods Market and Star Market are both located within a .5 mile commute from the residence. Direct access to I-90/Mass Pike is available at Exit 17, about 1 mile northeast up Washington Street. The project is 0.2 miles from the Newtonville MBTA commuter rail stop.