Reading Homes & Real Estate - North Shore, MA

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Homes For Sale in Reading, North Shore, MA

Reading Listings November 29, 2020
37
Listed
45
Avg. DOM
$357.66
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$625,000
Med. List Price
37 Properties
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Reading, MA Real Estate

A wide array of options for your dream house is available for you here in Reading. Single-family homes are priced starting at around $485,000 up to $1.6 million. With an average offering of four bedrooms and two bathrooms, most homes of this type have other exciting external features such as front lawns and green patches.

Other types of homes are also up for grabs. Multi-family homes with four bedrooms and bathrooms range from $640,000 to $1.18 million. Townhouses come at a list price starting at $350,000, which could go up to $725,000. Condos, which usually come with two bedrooms and bathrooms, have prices from $400,000 to $800,000.

Generally, homes in the area range from $440,000 to $1.23 million. Medium list price is between $550,000 and $650,000. Styles that dominate among houses here include contemporary, cabin, and traditional, with coastal and cabin homes available every now and then. The very competitive nature of real estate in the town would encourage you to get the home you want once you’ve laid your eyes on it.

Living in Reading, MA

The city of Reading has about 50 restaurants, bars, and coffee shops within its vicinity. Some of the most recommended ones are Christopher’s Restaurant, Green Tomato Kitchen, and the Venetian Moon. You are also in a for a treat here, with Richardson’s Ice Cream and Pizza World ready to satisfy your guilty pleasures. An amazing food, beer, wine, and gourmet store is also right around the corner!

Aside from parks, some other places to wander are theaters and stores. There’s Jordan’s IMAX Theater, Beanstalk Adventure Ropes Course, and Whitelam Books. Choose your adventure!

Plenty of schools — elementary, middle, and high schools — are in the area to help secure children’s education. Wood End Elementary School, Arthur W. Coolidge Middle School, and Reading Memorial High School are the top picks for you.

While the town has minimal infrastructures for biking, transportation remains not to be a problem. Cars could freely roam around the neighborhood, whether it’s for leisurely road trips of important errands, especially since you’re right off two major freeways. A public commuter rail is also available. With all these options, you could easily access neighborhoods such as North Reading, Wakefield, and Lynnfield, or nearby cities as Hopkinton and Newton.

Once you step foot inside Reading, you will never go wrong. You’ll instantly love the people’s warm accommodation, and everything else will follow. Be part of this historical community now!