With a population of nearly 40,000 people within 22 square miles, Marlborough is a working-class town with a mix of white- and blue-collar workers. Neighborhoods in Marlborough such as Avalon Orchards, French Hill, and Stonegate are a reflection of this economically diverse mix, with historic houses mixed in with mid-century modern homes as well as newer, more recent buildings all nearby one another. While Marlborough has many big-city amenities, it lacks the traffic and cost of larger cities, making it very appealing for individuals looking for a small-town feel that also isn't lacking in convenience. Homes in Marlborough are also very affordable, and with the addition of excellent public schools, Marlborough is an ideal location for families looking to raise their children in a clean and quiet area that values education.

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Settled in 1657 and recognized as a town in 1660, Marlborough, Massachusetts is a unique early American town whose architecture, industry, and arrangement is a testament to its diverse population throughout the years. While Marlborough is adjacent to bigger cities, it is a quiet, family-friendly enclave in the east that is an ideal area for raising children, for those who commute to work, and for people who are looking for a little peace and quiet in a historic, bucolic setting.

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