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is a city in Middlesex County, Massachusetts

Waltham is commonly referred to as The Watch City because of its association with the watch industry. With access to premier schools, parks, restaurants and attractions, Waltham is a mecca for discerning home buyers. Overflowing with New England charm, Waltham features tree-lined town commons, antique shops, specialty markets, and more.

Waltham is located along Route 20, a prominent center for research and higher education, home to Brandeis University and Bentley University with crossroads of I-95, Rt. 30, Rt.117, Rt. 60, Rt. 2 and the Mass. Turnpike, Waltham provides easy access to Boston, Belmont, Cambridge, Lexington, Lincoln, Newton, Watertown and Weston.

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General Information

The City of Waltham, located in Middlesex County, was incorporated a town 1738 incorporated a city 1884. The City covers 13.6 square miles and Population as of the 2010 census was 60,632 with approximately 23,207 households, and 12,462 families in the city.

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Boston Manufacturing Company mill complex on the Charles River,
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