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If you are looking for green space, Oak Hill is the place to be. Not only is Oak Hill is bordered by the Charles River, Nahanton Park, and Cutler Park Reservation are both located in Oak Hill.

Cutler Park

The 800 acres known as Cutler Park comprise the largest remaining fresh water marsh on the middle Charles River. The marshland and the small lake attract over 100 species of birds.

Situated adjacent to Boston (West Roxbury), Oak Hill Park is roughly bounded by Mount Ida College to its northwest, Dedham Street to the northeast, the Charles River to the southwest, and Mount Lebanon Cemetery and the Boston city limit to the southeast. ~Wikipedia

Jewish Community Center

The Jewish Community Center is located in Oak Hill.

Read Newton Community Farm‘s Farmer Greg’s Guide to Oak Hill Park

The Friends of Nahanton Park, formed in 1985, collaborated with the City of Newton and landscape architects to create a plan that would secure and protect this valuable open space-and has been engaged with its stewardship ever since. https://www.facebook.com/friendsofnahantonpark/

Oak Hill is mainly known for having Oak Hill Park, a planned community of approximately 400 homes built as affordable housing for returning GIs. The Oak Hill Park development coincided with an expansion in housing in various areas of Newton following the war. 

Public Schools:
Memorial Spaulding Elementary School
Oak Hill Middle School
Brown Middle School
Newton South High School, one of the two Newton high schools.

Public Transportation

Oak Hill is serviced by the MBTA Green Line “D” Branch with stops including Woodland, Riverside, and Newton Centre. 

ZIPCODE Do not define Villages. The 02459 zipcode includes Thompsonville, Oak Hill, Oak Hill Park, and Newton Centre.