Dartmouth is a beautiful, coastal New England town and the fifth-largest town in Massachusetts.
The town is made up of a large commercial district, several waterways, working farms and vineyards, thriving agricultural heritage, fishing and boating communities and Buzzards Bay on the border.
The northern part of Dartmouth is a historic, rural environment made up of scenic forests with residential areas dotted throughout. The coastline includes a number of town and state beaches open to the public and the character of the community has been thoughtfully preserved.
With a beautiful scenic environment and a large stretch of farms, it is reminiscent of the past while also providing residents and visitors a diverse range of activities throughout. Along with the prominent history and rural agriculture, there is a large commercial district with both locally and nationally-recognized businesses.
The residential areas are a mix of summer vacation homes and growing residential developments with condominiums and luxury homes with impressive amounts of land.
The community is close to the airport and port facilities of New Bedford, as well as being easily accessible to Boston and Providence.