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Homes For Sale in Quincy, South Shore, MA

Quincy Listings December 2, 2020
54
Listed
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Avg. DOM
$399.74
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$605,500
Med. List Price
54 Properties
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Quincy, MA Homes for Sale

Quincy is a large city located in Norfolk County, and it’s considered one of Boston’s southern suburbs. Almost 100,000 people call Quincy home, and it’s the eighth-largest city in the state and the largest city in Norfolk County. 

About Quincy, MA Real Estate

Condos and townhomes in Quincy are a popular home style for buyers. Young professionals, first-time buyers, and retirees looking for a smaller space have a wide range of options in the area. These homes start around $230,000, and they can cost up to $2 million. There are buildings with exceptional amenities, waterfront properties, and homes in great communities.

Multi-family homes range from $500,000 up to $2 million. Homebuyers have the option to purchase full buildings as investment properties.

Single-family homes are another hugely popular option for buyers, and they start around $300,000 and can cost up to $5 million. Properties range from quaint character homes to waterfront luxury estates.

Vacant land properties are available up to an acre of space. Prices range from $150,000 to $800,000. Many of these properties are ready to build on, and some need work if that is the goal. 

Living in Quincy, MA

Quincy offers residents a fantastic location so they can both thrive professionally and personally. It is a popular place for commercial development, which has resulted in impressive residential development. Quincy offers a healthy mix of office spaces, retail businesses, manufacturing companies, and industrial development, resulting in a diverse economy. Due to this, there are beautiful and friendly neighborhoods that are safe, excellent education options for students, and a welcoming marketplace for entrepreneurs. It is directly south of Boston, but it has its own identity that residents love.

The city is located on the South Shore and has 27 miles of shoreline and beaches. There are many local favorites, and the 12 available beaches make living in Quincy a breeze.

Quincy has over fifty municipal parks, with a large number of green spaces. Residents can enjoy thirty-five basketball courts, twenty-seven softball fields, twenty-three tennis courts, eight baseball diamonds, five soccer fields, three football fields, an in-line skate facility, and a skateboard park. Many of the parks are multi-use, so the options for recreational activities are endless. Quincy families can visit any of the 18 playgrounds to have some quality family time with their kids. For those who like to take leisurely walks, have picnics, or just like relaxing in nature, eleven passive parks are a popular summertime destination.

Due to Quincy’s large population, there are many schools in the district to meet the needs of the community. 

Elementary schools include:

  • Amelio Della Chiesa Early Childhood Center
  • Atherton Hough Elementary School
  • Beechwood Knoll Elementary School
  • Bernazzani Elementary School
  • Clifford Marshall Elementary School
  • Lincoln Hancock Elementary School
  • Merrymount Elementary School
  • Montclair Elementary School
  • Parker Elementary School
  • Snug Harbor Elementary School
  • Squantum Elementary School
  • Wollaston Elementary School

Middle Schools include:

  • Atlantic Middle School
  • Broad Meadows Middle School
  • Central Middle School
  • Point Webster Middle School
  • South West Middle School

High Schools include:

  • North Quincy High School
  • Quincy High School

Quincy is a wonderful place to call home. While it’s a large city, the benefits of being so close to Boston are immeasurable. There are excellent amenities for residents to take advantage of, and the healthy real estate market allows for more affordable options compared to Boston.