If you want a good look at Boston from across the water and want to live in a town that has more beaches than potholes, then Winthrop, Massachusetts, is the place to go. One of the smallest municipalities in the state, Winthrop is a peninsula that sits at the north entrance of Boston Harbor and has seven beaches, three yacht clubs and a golf course, as well as several small parks. The town’s one island—Snake Island—is part of the Boston Harbor Islands National Recreation Area and adds to the area’s outdoor appeal.
In addition, Winthrop has an indoor ice skating rink (where Olympic hero Mike Eruzione honed his craft) and a yearly Strawberry Festival, July 4 Fireworks and Parade, Sandcastle Contest (Yirrell Beach) and Summer Concert Series, as well as several other enticing civic events.
If you are moving to this natural wonder of a town, you will need a Winthrop moving company that can perform wonders, such as a stress-free move. You need a Winthrop moving company that will respond to your needs and treat you as if you are the only customer it has. A quick “movers Winthrop MA” Web search might not reveal that company, but additional research will lead you to the one mover that stands out among other Winthrop movers: DN Van Lines. With its glowing customer reviews, A+ rating from the Better Business Bureau and frequent inclusion on Angie’s List for Super Service, DN Van Lines has earned its reputation as the best of the Winthrop movers.
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A town with seven beaches and a golf course might sound like paradise; a moving company that actually listens to customers might sound too good to be true, too, but it’s not. Contact DN Van Lines and make your move to Winthrop the stuff of dreams—no stress and no surprises.