In Pilgrim City, Massachusetts, there are two main neighborhoods: Triton and Chess. While these neighborhoods share many characteristics, they are distinct in terms of the ethnic composition of their residents. Those living in Pilgrim - Triton / Chess spend 45 minutes or more each way to work, the highest percentage of any neighborhood in the country. Those living in Triton / Chess report higher levels of German and Russian ancestry, and 57.9% of all residents were born in another country.
The three neighborhoods are distinctly different. The Triton / Chess neighborhood is characterized by higher rates of college education. Its rate of college-educated adults is 81.0%, significantly higher than the national average of 32.9%. This makes the Pilgrim - Triton / Chess neighborhood more educated than the national average of 98.3% of the U.S. population.
The Pilgrim - Triton / Chess neighborhood has the highest proportion of one-bedroom and two-bedroom homes. While most neighborhoods are evenly distributed across home sizes, Pilgrim - Triton / Chess has the highest percentage of small-sized houses. Eighty-six percent of the homes in this neighborhood are small. Despite the high proportion of small-sized homes in the Pilgrim - Triton / Chess neighborhood, it's easy to see why this neighborhood is more desirable than most others in the city.