Donahue Real Estate Company

Donahue 411:

Donahue 411 is a collection of blogs on communities we service. Here you can find open house schedules, what your home is worth, stats, tips and more. You will also be linked to important town websites, read about community events and businesses, understand the market and information about the latest mortgage information as well as information on how to stage your house for a quicker sale.


Town Overviews:

Dedham:

Dedham, has a long, rich, exciting history. The location is ideal with a short 20 minute trip to downtown Boston by highway or train. There is a vibrant downtown Square with shops, restaurants, cafés and places for children to sing, act and be creative. The public schools are excellent. There is a summer and winter farmers market bringing fresh produce, baked goods and specialty items to Dedham year round. There are summer concerts and a Music and Arts Festival.

Walpole:

Walpole, MA, incorporated in 1724 is located roughly 30 mins from Boston. Many shops and businesses located on Main street with the convenience of public transportation. There is a new state-of-the-art library being built and many parks and recreation facilities. There is a strong public education system with a great history of athletics at Walpole High School. Every summer there is a farmers market as well as concerts on the common for families to enjoy.

The Parkway:

The Parkway is an area of Boston that includes West Roxbury, Hyde Park, Roslindale and Jamaica Plain. These sections have a suburban, neighborhood feel, with the amenities of being part of a major city. These areas are exploding with shops, restaurants and cafes. There are neighborhood events throughout the year. These neighborhoods' schools are some of the best performing in the city of Boston and there is a strong sense of pride coming from living in "The Parkway".

Canton:

Canton was officially incorporated on February 23, 1797 from the town of Stoughton, Massachusetts. Paul Revere built the nation's first copper rolling mill in Canton in 1801.