Attleboro offers so much. This fine city was originally settled in 1634 and reincorporated in 1914. Attleboro has grown to a population of over 44,000 residents. It’s 27+ square miles has many well-established and newer businesses, beautiful parks with both open space and wooded trails, There’s a smallish zoo, perfect for the little ones, and every type of store for every need both in and outside of the various shopping plazas. All this business is mixed in perfectly with the many suburban areas and unique neighborhoods. It’s an expansive area which is located at the southern most border of Massachusetts and even offers two train stations at either end of the city, for convenience and easy access to Boston. Routes 1 and 1A are where you can find ANYTHING you will ever need: Even more food (both restaurants and grocery stores), high and medium end cosmetics, shoes, a mix of clothing stores, sporting goods, birthday party venues, pet stores and grooming services, a Home Depot AND a Lowe’s for home renovation projects, and MORE. It is classified as a city but has so many suburban qualities, it’s hard to really tell.
Families flock to Attleboro for the schools: five newly updated and well-designed Elementary schools, three modern and beautiful Middle schools and one Brand New High School with every technological device you could ask for, plus there is a renowned private high school, Bishop Feehan. Learn more about each school and all they have to offer, right here!
So many residents of Attleboro and the surrounding towns work in Boston. Therefore, the convenience of having not one but TWO train stations in the city makes it an appealing place to live. Why drive Routes 93 or 128 which are typically very busy commute choices, jammed with cars and typically slow down to a snails’ pace at any given moment adding minutes upon minutes to your commute. Instead why don’t you relax while you get to your destination? Park your car for the day, hop on board and travel while reading for business or pleasure, getting an early start on your work day, listening to your favorite music or podcast, or chatting with your fellow passengers. Or take a nap! We don’t judge.
You can find the train schedule right here:
Attleboro has a plethora of great restaurants to fit your tastes, ranging from the home-style cooking of Morin’s to the white tablecloth upscale service of the top three listed below, and everything in-between. You don’t have to drive far to have a fabulous meal or top notch alcoholic beverage.
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