Quincy Metro Area Real Estate

Easy Commute

Public Transportation

Convenient Location


Purchasing property in Quincy will put you in the heart of one of the country's busiest metro areas. The Greater Boston area is the tenth-largest metropolitan area in the United States. There are countless things to see and do and an energetic city atmosphere that many people love. Over 4 million people live in the metro area making it one of the definitive landmarks in New England.

The principal cities that comprise the Boston Metro Area are Boston, Cambridge, Framingham, Nashua, Newton, Peabody, Waltham and Quincy. Like the other cities that are a part of the metro area, Quincy has a rich history dating back to before the Revolutionary War. There are a number of significant historic sites in Quincy that can be visited. A favorite is the Adams National Historical Park which is the birthplace of two U.S. presidents.

Being able to go beyond Quincy and into Boston is another reason why living in the metro area is so desirable. There are a number of world-class entertainment venues and restaurants in Boston and Cambridge that are sure to make a good night out. Professional sporting events are another major draw to go to the city. The Red Sox, Celtics and Bruins all play home games within Boston city limits and are a wonderful place to take friends and family of all ages.

Getting around the Boston Metro Area is easy with public transportation. The "T" subway system runs throughout the area and can often get you to your desired location. Places that the "T" doesn't go can often be reached by bus lines run by the MBTA as well. If you're looking to go a little bit further there is also a commuter rail. For relatives coming to visit from even further, Logan Airport is a major transportation hub that is located right in East Boston.