The Fulton Heights neighborhood is located in the northeast corner of the city of Medford. Being the most sought-after areas in Medford, Fulton Heights offers the quiet of the suburbs with close access to I-93, RT-28 (Fellsway West) and the Orange Line. The neighborhoods are primarily residential, consisting of single family homes and schools.
For those looking for a balance of city and country, Glenwood is a most suitable option. Glenwood is located just south of Fellsway West and East of I-93. The area contains plazas of shopping and eateries, parks and schools, with semi-rural neighborhoods. Just a jump away from Medford Square and I-93.
Located next to Tufts University, Hillside has great walkability. An ample selection of coffee shops, pizza joints, etc. are just across the way. Davis Square in Somerville and the Commuter Rail in West Medford Square are also close by. Notable to mention are the beautiful historic homes in the area. Most of the homes in Medford Hillside were built no later than 1939. Large in nature, these homes are perfect for two family living.
Just East of Mystic Lakes you will find Brooks Estates. This neighborhood is for families who would like to set their roots down. The most luxurious homes can be found in Brooks Estates. If open space is what you desire, this is a neighborhood to be considered. Hiking trails and Brooks Pond are a couple features unique to this area. The West Medford Commuter Rail makes commuting to the city a breeze.
Tufts/PowderHouse Square, the most urban neighborhood in Medford, is very similar to Somerville in demographic and location. Transportation is readily available with the 101 Bus Line running through. Real estate in the area consists mostly of two family homes and large complexes. Renovations are abounding in the neighborhood, making it an up-and-coming spot.
A commuter area, Wellington (East) is a bustling place to be. The Orange Line runs through the neighborhood making transportation super convenient. Nearby are many shops and dining opportunities such as Station Landing, Assembly Row, and The Gateway Center. Living spaces consists mainly of large, two family homes, but some areas are secluded with one family homes.