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Homes For Sale in Whitman, South Shore, MA

Whitman Listings December 2, 2020
19
Listed
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Avg. DOM
$260.21
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$399,900
Med. List Price
19 Properties
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Whitman, MA Homes for Sale

The town of Whitman is a small and welcoming town in Massachusetts. It was initially part of Bridgewater’s Little Comfort section, but then became part of Abington in 1712. The town became its own township in 1875 but was originally known as South Abington. It was officially called Whitman in 1886. Almost 15,000 people call the charming town of Whitman home, and they love the relaxed atmosphere and incredible scenery. 

About Whitman, MA Real Estate

Whitman has a healthy real estate market with a great mix of options for homebuyers. Condos and townhomes in the area start around $270,000 and can cost up to $900,000. There are numerous newly built homes available from reputable and sought-after builders, and something for everyone.

Multi-family homes cost between $400,000 and $500,000 and typically have between four and seven bedrooms and two and four bathrooms.

Single-family homes are among the most popular housing types for buyers, and they start around $200,000 in Whitman. They can cost up to $700,000. The properties typically have between one and four bedrooms and one and three bathrooms.

Depending on your needs and tastes, there is a home you’ll love in Whitman. 

Living in Whitman, MA

Whitman has a rich history rooted in agriculture and industry, like many of the towns and cities in the state. It’s industry began along the Schumatuscacant river, creating the first canal used for commerce. The town used trees from the forested areas to provide timber among the seaport towns, including the construction of the frigate U.S.S. Constitution. This grew the town into a manufacturing center, where they developed shoe racks, cannonballs, nails and tacks, and wooden boxes. Many of these businesses scaled up significantly and became assembly-line factories. The town continues to grow the local economy and has a strong sense of commerce.

In 1817, the Toll House Restaurant was built, and eventually, in 1930, Mr. and Mrs. Wakefield would purchase the building. They revamped the structure and created the restaurant, which would become the Toll House cookie’s birthplace, a national treasure. It was created by accident by Mrs. Wakefield, and soon after, this cookie launched the town and the Toll House Restaurant into fame.

Some of the best things to do in Whitman include exploring nature. The town has access to many parks, ponds, and wetlands. Going for walks or going fishing are popular activities. In the winter, ice skating is popular among kids and adults alike.

Schools that serve Whitman include John H. Duval Jr. Elementary School, Louise A. Conley Elementary School, Whitman Middle School, and Whitman-Hanson Regional High School. The local schools focus on striving for greatness, and students continually challenging themselves.

The small town of Whitman packs a big punch. With it’s excellent location that offers residents endless amenities from neighboring areas, the town has everything they could want in a small community. Great schools, beautiful scenery, an exciting economy, and affordable housing options allow residents to have their cake and eat it, too.