The first settlers in Malden, Massachusetts arrived from England and Scotland. The town was officially incorporated as the Town of Malden on April 12, 1797. As one of Middlesex County’s older towns it has had a long history with many industrial activities such as milling cotton or producing shoes for soldiers during World Wars I and II. Today there are more than 20 neighborhoods within Malden that offer residents an array of opportunities to live in affordable homes near parks and commercial shopping centers.
Faulkner is home to about 4000 people residing in just under 3000 households according to 2010 estimates by the U.S Census Bureau census data set released this year. This neighborhood offers its inhabitants some quaint New England charm mixed with modern day conveniences. Homes in Faulkner are mostly single-family homes built from the late 1950s through the early 1970s and can be found on tree lined streets with sidewalks for residents to enjoy leisurely walks or bike rides throughout town.
Mill Pond Park, a neighborhood park that is one of Malden’s largest municipal parks offers a variety of recreational opportunities for families such as tennis, basketball, baseball fields, ice skating in winter months and plenty more amenities during warmer seasons. Residents living near this green space have easy access to some great features including playground equipment for children up to age 12 years old like swingsets and slides which offer hours of entertainment along with picnic tables where family gatherings take place year round.