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Homes For Sale in Burlington, North Shore, MA

Burlington Listings June 13, 2024
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About Burlington, MA Real Estate

The majority of Burlington properties are single-family homes. Single-family homes start around $450,000 and can cost beyond $1.3 million.

Burlington condos start around $260,000 and can cost up to $550,000. Most condos have between one and two bedrooms and one and three bathrooms.

Townhomes start around $600,000 and can cost up to $700,000. They typically have two bedrooms and two bathrooms.

Land in Burlington can cost between $400,000 and up to $500,000.

Living in Burlington, MA

Burlington has a lot of natural beauty that residents love, including a landlocked forest. The green spaces, woods, and open spaces are perfect for those who want to hike, take a walk with their dogs, go for a bike ride, or cross country ski. On these adventures, residents can likely see the local wildlife around the forested area. Visitors have spotted deer, wild turkeys, foxes, owls, chipmunks, bears, and even otters in the streams. The land is actively being preserved. The volunteers at the Friends of the Landlocked Forest are responsible for marking trails, maps, and information kiosks. They are actively working to protect the natural environment and wetlands.

Because Burlington has a deep-rooted history, many buildings around town have historical significance. The grammar school built in 1855 became the public library and temporary police station. It then became the Burlington museum after being completely restored after someone threw a firebomb through the window in the 1970s, destroying a significant portion of the building. The building has been updated and contains historical artifacts and host art galleries. Touring groups and field trips visit the museum regularly.

Burlington has several remarkable shopping areas. The 3rd Ave district is a new walkable shopping spot with great retailers, specialty boutiques, restaurants, Wegmans, and entertainment venues. Wayside Commons is a district with over 30 shops and restaurants. There are highly-reviewed hotels, spas, massage therapists, and nail salons. The Burlington Mall offers residents classic retailers like Nordstrom and Sears, along with almost 200 specialty shops. There is a large food court and many restaurants that serve Mexican cuisine, seafood, along with the Cheesecake Factory and Johnny Rockets.

The schools that serve Burlington are Francis Wyman Elementary School, Fox Hill Elementary School, Memorial Elementary School, Pine Glen Elementary School, Marshall Simonds Middle School, and Burlington High School.

Burlington is a charming town in New England that is perfect for families, retirees, and young professionals. For those who work in Boston but want to live outside the big city, Burlington is an excellent option. There are a variety of homes fit for all budgets, and there is the perfect home for whatever your wants and needs are.