Settled by the Puritans in 1640, Malden has long been home to generations of Massachusetts families. It’s located less than 10 miles from downtown Boston and known for its vibrant residential neighborhoods.

Diversity, affordability, and proximity to Boston make Malden an ideal place for young and old alike to buy real estate. Originally called “Mistick Side” because of its location north of the Mystic River, Malden today is a thriving city known for its leafy parks and family-friendly atmosphere. This Boston suburb bridges the old with the new and is home to a number of distinct neighborhoods, each with its own character and history.

Additionally, Malden borders the Middlesex Fells Reservation which is full of walking and hiking trails. And don’t forget about the “Jewel of Malden”- the 25 acre Fellsmere Pond.


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Bell Rock

Bell Rock is a quiet neighborhood that sits in the south-central section of Malden.


Edgeworth is an up-and-coming neighborhood perfect for those looking to buy a home in the Greater Boston area with a manageable commute to the city.


The Faulkner neighborhood is bounded by Ferry Street on the west, the City of Everett on the South, Dell Street on the east and Salem Street on ...


Ferryway is the south central section of the City. It contains the Ferryway School and Newman Park. The land where the school stands was formerly ...


Forestdale is the north central section of the City and it contains the Forestdale School and park. It also has the largest park in Malden, Pine ...


Linden is the southeast section of the city located East of Broadway/Route 99. It contains the Linden School and Hunting Field which was once a ...


Maplewood got its name in 1847 when Joshua Webster, president of the Saugus Branch Railroad, purchased 200 acres in Malden. He planned a large residential ...

West End

Bordering Medford, the West End neighborhood is the the northwest section of the city.