Lynnfield Homes & Real Estate - North Shore, MA
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Homes For Sale in Lynnfield, North Shore, MA
About Lynnfield, MA Real Estate
Housing in the area is mostly single-family homes with few apartments and townhomes. There are significant price ranges so that every budget can find a great home.
Condos and townhomes in the community start at $450,000 and can cost over $990,000. Bedrooms range from one to two bedrooms and one to two bathrooms.
Single-family homes start around $550,000 and can cost beyond $2 million. They typically have three to five bedrooms and two to five and a half bathrooms.
Land in Lynnfield can cost between $500,000 and up to $850,000.
Living in Lynnfield, MA
First settled in 1638 with several other towns, and it became its own district in 1782 when it separated from Lynn. It became officially incorporated in 1814. In the past, Lynnfield managed itself as two villages with one governing body. Lynnfield Center was primarily an agricultural industry, and South Lynnfield was a crossroads among close towns that were larger. Few businesses were launched, like an inn, a beverage bottler, several restaurants, and a granite rock quarry.
Residents of Lynnfield do have access to many local businesses and services along the major routes. Still, within the town itself, there is very little commercialism. There is an incredible small-town atmosphere that is hard to achieve in the modern world. The local pharmacy and all-purpose shop are among the few businesses within the town.
Home values in Lynnfield are a bit higher than they are in neighboring communities like Reading or Middleton. Over the last year, the cost has increased by about ten percent. The education system consistently receives accolades and top rankings when it comes to standardized testing. The schools produce testing results that are among the top in the state. A large number of students out of Lynnfield go on to attend post-secondary institutions. The area is served by Huckleberry Hill Elementary School, Summer Street Elementary School, Lynnfield Middle School, and Lynnfield High School. There is one Catholic school called Our Lady of the Assumption. Boston Magazine and the U.S. News & World Report have ranked the Lynnfield High School in the top 30 schools in the entire state.
Lynnfield is a highly-educated, welcoming, and friendly community that has a lot to offer the residents who call it home. Along with the tight-knit relationship between neighbors and the social benefits, there are endless other reasons to choose Lynnfield as your next home.