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Homes For Sale in Randolph, South Shore, MA

Randolphs Listings December 2, 2020
16
Listed
29
Avg. DOM
$275.06
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$464,900
Med. List Price
16 Properties
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Randolph, MA Homes for Sale

Randolph is a Boston suburb that over 32,000 people call home. It is situated in Norfolk County, and it has a diverse population. It offers its residents a small-town atmosphere while being close to the endless list of amenities that Boston has to offer. 

About Randolph, MA Real Estate

Randolph has some excellent housing options available for interested homebuyers. Condos are a popular choice for those looking for something more affordable than a single-family home, or smaller square footage. Condos and townhomes start around $200,000 and can cost up to $700,000. Many of these properties are newly built.

Single-family homes are the most popular home type in Randolph, and there are a variety of beautiful homes at excellent prices. Starting around $250,000, they can cost up to $800,000, typically with two to four bedrooms and two to three bathrooms.

With such a wide variety of housing options in this beautiful community, there is something for every style and every budget. 

Living in Randolph, MA

Just south of Boston, Randolph is a community that is tight-knit and dynamic. It’s the epitome of small-town living in New England and offers its residents a kind and tranquil atmosphere. There are excellent public transit services. It has conveniently located highways for quick access in and out of the town.

The location of the town lends itself well to the intricate Massachusetts transit system. It also has created business opportunities, and those who want to live outside of Boston and commute in can do so. The Commuter Rail is available in South Randolph, and the bus service offers a direct route to the Ashmont Stations on the Red Line and the Quincy Center.

A big part of Randolph’s core values include diversity, inclusion, and being progressive. The community prides itself on the numerous walks of life that everyone comes from, and every resident contributes to the soul of the town. Randolph offers a unique experience to its residents.

The local government focuses on the quality of the services the town provides. They work to address the needs of the public regularly. They aim to leverage technology to increase communication with residents and interactions when needed. They also aim to make Randolph as liveable as possible for residents.

Investing in social programs and increasing the quality of life is a constant goal of the town. A state-of-the-art recreation center is currently being built, and the public library is being renovated. As for the great outdoors, there is a community park that boasts 14 acres of land and water for residents to go kayaking and canoeing. Take the family there for a nice picnic or walk along the trails. There’s a community track and numerous sports fields for everyone to enjoy. Children can take advantage of the five new playgrounds around town. The town continues to invest in safety and education, and Randolph has become a highly-desired place to live.

Homebuyers have excellent buying options in the town of Randolph. Its superior local government places importance on the quality of life and the beauty of the community. The natural beauty can’t be matched. The residents of Randolph will welcome any newcomer with open arms.