About Malden, MA


Originally a Puritan village, settled in 1629 following a split with Charlestown village, Malden developed a distinctly independent character all its own on the northern banks of the Mystic River. Public square define residential neighborhoods here, giving modern Malden the romantic appeal of many smaller communities in the wooded hills of northern Massachusetts. Modern urban elements mingle with colonial homes and historic brick buildings, illustrating the balance Malden has struck between preserving its past and embracing a prosperous future.

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