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Homes For Sale in Revere, Boston, MA

Revere Listings December 2, 2020
21
Listed
27
Avg. DOM
$303.83
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$529,999
Med. List Price
21 Properties
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About Revere, MA Homes For Sale

Condos in Revere cost between $200,000 and $550,000. Many new constructions are being built. Condos typically have between one and two bedrooms and one and two bathrooms.

Townhomes cost between $200,000 and $650,000. They have between one and three bedrooms and one and two bathrooms.

Single-family homes start at $300,000 and can cost up to and above $750,000. Single-family homes have between two and four bedrooms and two and three bathrooms.

Multi-family homes cost between $600,000 and over $1.2 million.

Living in Revere, MA

Revere is located in the Suffolk County of Massachusetts, and it is situated along the bay just North of Boston. It was established in 1626 and was named Rumney Marsh, and it was part of the city of Boston until 1739, and then it was moved to be part of Chelsea. Throughout the American Revolution, Diana, the British schooner, was destroyed by Chelsea Patriots, becoming the town of North Chelsea. It was finally renamed in 1871 after Paul Revere.

It’s almost always been considered a summer resort, and it slowly gained popularity because it used to have expansive marshy areas. It used to be known as the Coney Island of Boston because of the beaches, entertainment establishments, and dog track. However, it has moved away from being a tourist hot spot to become more residential. There are many historical sites, including the Tuttle House, Ye Old Rumney Marsh Burial Grounds, and Horatio Alger’s birthplace.

The most popular neighborhoods in Revere include West Revere, Crescent Beach, Beachmont, and Downtown Revere. If you want to live close to the water, Beachmont and Revere Beach are the communities to check out. There’s excellent access to train stations. There are several luxury condo buildings in the area, with plans for more, so great amenities are moving in. If you want to live waterfront, you can expect prices to be higher than other communities in Revere. West Revere is a lush green landscape and larger homes with a suburban atmosphere with numerous shops, restaurants, and schools. The area is becoming a competitive and popular one.

There are many older and luxury apartment buildings along the coastline of Revere Beach. Oak Island is a neighborhood with charming cottages, while still being close to the water.

Among the numerous amenities, Revere Beach and the Northgate shopping center are two of the most popular.

Revere is served by three schools: Beachmont Veterans Memorial school for Pre-K to grade 6, Rumney Marsh Academy for middle school, and Revere High School. These schools are highly rated compared to the national averages.

Many developments are continuing to happen, including a new high school in the works, and fresh local businesses like bakeries and yoga studios. No matter what lifestyle you’re looking for, you can grow with Revere.