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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