When buying or renting a home there are many factors that come into play when deciding what one will call officially home. For some people where they call home is where their home is located to work and play. Other individuals what matters is not the only location but also how the school systems are even if they don’t have children. Boston Magazine just released the 50 top public schools in Massachusetts and the top 10 towns that have earned the top spot for having the best education at the public level. What I found shocking are towns that typically make the list as the top ten some did not even crack the top tier like Brookline MA which always rivals Newton MA Schools. Here are the towns that made the list and neighborhood info about them.
Dover Massachusetts– Located 15 Miles southwest of downtown Boston. Natick, Wellesley, and Needham to the North, Westwood to the East, Walpole and Medfield to the South, Sherborn to the West, border Dover. Median Estimated Home Value is $1.05M. The Median List Price in Dover is 1.2 million. 92% of Dover population owns and only 8% rent in Dover Massachusetts. Less than 40 percent hold just a Bachelor Degree, and approximately 45 percent hold a Post Graduate degree. It has a high concentration of people who work in the healthcare or social assistance field. The Median Household Income is $171,538. The average commute time is approximately 30 minutes, but many are commuting closer to 45 minutes to get to and from work. The majority residents are driving to work, but there are some that are taking public transportation like the commuter rail.
Dover -Sherborn Regional High School secured the top spot on this list. They have 662 students enrolled which the average class size 13.2 and a Student to teacher ratio 11.7.1. On the MCA Testing, they scored high in math, science, and reading at either 99 or 100%. The rate of graduation was 98% and had close to 89% students who graduated from High School later graduated from College.
10 Hartford Street Dover MA Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty
Four Bedroom Single-Family Three Bath and three half baths
16 Acres of Land
5,569 Sq Ft of Living space
School District Dover- Sherborn
Elementry: Chickering Elementry School, Pine Hill Elementry School
Middle School: Dover-Sherborn Middle School
High School: Dover-Sherborn High School
Stately colonial perched on 16 acres of land. Open kitchen with high-quality stainless steel appliances, granite, island, pantry and casual dining area. Kitchen opens to family room. Spacious and bright family room with vaulted ceilings, skylights, large fieldstone fireplace and access to private bluestone patio. Enjoy your morning coffee in the sunroom before going to your in-home office. Private first-floor office is out of the way of the hustle and bustle of the main house. Master bedroom with vaulted ceilings walk-in closet, and marble fireplace. The second-floor reading area overlooks the family room. All bedrooms are good sized. Hardwood floors throughout this home along with a large game room are ready along with a kitchenette and full bath. Enjoy the nature from the entrainment size bluestone patio. The Large backyard is perfect for all kinds of summer fun!
List Price $1,399,900
This Property is also available for Rent at $9,500 a month
Lexington Massachusetts- Lexington is a town in Massachusetts, northwest of Boston. It’s known for Lexington Common, or Battle Green, where the first shot of the American Revolutionary War was fired. On the green, the Minuteman Statue and Revolutionary Monument commemorate militia who clashed with the British. Close by, the Hancock-Clarke House documents the town’s role in the revolution and is also honored in re-enactments.
The Median estimated home value is 939,980. The Median List Price in Lexington MA is 1.25 Million with 82% homeowners in Lexington and only 18% rent. Only 27% hold just a bachelor degree with 50% holding a post-graduate degree. Lexington also has a high population of families calling the townhome. The Town of Lexington has a high concentration of people who work in Professional, Scientific or technology followed by education. The Median income for Lexington residents tends to be $137,456. Residence tends to spend up to 30 minutes commuting to and from work and tends to drive to work verse use public transportation like the commuter rail.
Lexington High School was number two on Boston Magazine list of top schools. Lexington High School has an enrollment of 2,164 students and offers class sizes of 13.2. Their student to teacher ratio for Lexington public schools 12 students for every six teachers. Like Dover, they scored very high in reading, math, and sciences. Students on average graduate 98% of the time and the percentage that goes on to high education were 89.7 percent.
881 Massachusetts Ave Lexington MA Barrett Sotheby’s International Realty
Four Bedroom Three full bath Single Family
Sits on .449 acres of land
3,358 of Living Square feet
School District Lexington
Elementary School: Bowman Elementary School
Middle School: Jonas Clarke Middle School
High School: Lexington High School
This home offers award-winning renovation of an iconic Lexington house in keeping with the simplicity of Scandinavian design. Attention to detail from the craftsmanship to the aesthetic provides a quality rarely seen in restorations. The property is in two-family zoning and has an approved studio apartment over a detached garage. Large eat-in kitchen and adjacent dining room that leads out to the patio provide the perfect setting to entertain family and guests. Living room, library/music room, mudroom with original fireplace integrate the main level of living area with an open and airy flow. There are four bedrooms along with an office and generous storage space on every floor. Beautifully landscaped flat corner lot including brand new sports court.
List Price $1,875,000
If you’re looking to rent in Lexington you might find there are not a ton of choices and to broaden your search you might want to look in nearby Concord Mass for rental options that range from $2950-$5,000 for a two or three bedroom
Weston- is among the 10 most affluent towns with 1,000 or more households in the United States and is the third-most affluent town with a population of at least 10,000 in the United States. House prices range between 2 million to upwards of 12 and 18 million USD. It is the only town in the Boston Area to have private roads, with the state of the art police patrolling 24/7.
Despite a population of just 11,261, Weston’s area is only slightly smaller than that of its neighbor town, Newton, Massachusetts that accounts for a much higher population of about 90,000. As a result, Weston’s houses are on average much larger than those present in nearby towns, with considerable space between each individual residence. It has one of the lowest crime rates among Metro-west Boston suburbs
Median Estimated Home Value in Weston Massachusetts $1,350,000 and the median list price to buy a home in Weston is 1.93 million. Only 26% hold Bachelor degrees and 25% hold Postgraduate degrees. The Median household income is $83,488 and the average commute time to and from work is under 30 minutes, and the majority of people who live in mass are not using public transportation.
Weston School System ranked number Three on the list with 726 students enrolled and an average class size of 13.7 with a 10:01 Student-Teacher ratio, Once again Weston scored very high in math, science and reading. 100% of their students graduate from high school and 86.2% go on to College
12 Whitney Tavern Road Weston MA Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty
Five Bedroom Three Full bath and one half bath Single Family Home
Sits on three-quarters of an acre of land
4,046 Square feet of living space
School District Weston
Elementary School: Field Elementary School
Middle School: Weston Middle School
High School: Weston High School
Stunning, five-bedroom colonial home with gorgeous detail located in Weston. Meticulously maintained single family sits on over three-quarters of an acre. The sunny & spacious cook’s kitchen boasts stainless steel appliances, double ovens, large center island with breakfast bar & abundant cabinet space. It opens to a lovely & inviting family room with handsome stone fireplace. There is a Sunroom with floor-to-ceiling windows along with elegant dining room with built-in china cabinet’s elegant dining room with built-in china cabinets. Spacious living room with fireplace & a handsome den with built-ins. Luxurious master suite with private study & an en-suite marble bathroom with double sinks & built-in vanity. Fantastic mudroom, stately first floor home office, large finished media room on lower level, attached 4 car garage, finished attic & serene backyard completes this extraordinary home! Notable details include hardwood floors, radiant floors throughout, crown molding, and wainscoting & oversized windows! Walk to the train/close to all shopping and restaurants in Waltham.
List Price $2,185,000
If you’re looking to rent in Weston Mass your better off looking in Wellesley since rentals do not come up often in Weston.
Wayland Massachusetts– is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. The population was 13,444 at the 2010 census.
For geographic and demographic information on Cochituate, which is part of Wayland,
Wayland was the first settlement of Sudbury Plantation in 1639. The Town of East Sudbury was incorporated on April 10, 1780, on land, which had formerly been part of Sudbury. On March 11, 1835, East Sudbury became Wayland, a farming community, presumably in honor of Dr. Francis Wayland, who was president of Brown University and a friend of East Sudbury Judge Edward Mellen. Both Wayland and Mellen became benefactors of the town library, the first free public library in the state.
The Wayland Free Public Library was established in 1848 and is arguably the first public library opened in Massachusetts. The building was rebuilt in 1900 and is a landmark in the town of Wayland.
In 2010, Boston Duck Tours were asked to help transport flood victims in Wayland. Torrential rains had left Pelham Island area of Wayland isolated and the Ducks were brought in to ferry people in and out of their neighborhood until the waters receded.
The Wayland display server protocol is named after the town.
According to the United States Census Bureau, the town has a total area of 15.9 square miles (41 km2), of which 15.2 square miles (39 km2) is land and 0.7 square miles (1.8 km2), or 4.21%, is water. Wayland borders Lincoln, Sudbury, Weston, Framingham, and Natick.
The Median Estimated Home Value is $668,060. The Median List Price is $859,000. Sixty-two percent own and Thirty-eight percent rent. Only 26 percent hold a Bachelor degree and 25% hold a postgraduate degree. The Median household income is $83,488. The Average resident spends less than 30 minutes commuting to and from work. It is unknown if the residents commute to and from Wayland via mass transit since data for that was unavailable.
Wayland at 838 Student enrolled with an average class size if 16 students per class and tested high in reading, math, and science. Wayland School System has 100% of students graduate and 89% of them attend higher education.
131 LINCOLN ROAD Wayland MA- Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty
Five Bedroom 6 bathroom and 1 half bathroom Single Family Home
1.22 Acres of-of Land
6,254 square footage of living space
School District Wayland School
Elementary: Claypit Hill School
Middle School: Wayland Middle School
High School: Wayland High School
Located on a beautifully landscaped fenced yard with shed, barn, and corral this Colonial offers an open floor plan and contemporary flair. The main floor features a chef’s kitchen with large island, eat-in area and access to a family rm with 12ft ceilings, wet bar, Marble fireplace and oversized windows affording views of the lush gardens and lawn. A formal DR, LR and guest suite with built-ins and bath plus large mudroom complete the first floor. The 2nd level has the master suite with cath.ceiling, fan, a luxurious master bath with Jacuzzi and professionally organized dressing room. There are 3 family bedrooms, two additional baths, and the laundry. The lower level boasts a wine cellar, exercise room, full bath, movie theater, and playroom. A staircase from the mudroom leads to an au-pair/in-law suite/home office with full bath. Top of the line amenities, elegance & quality throughout and a floor plan perfect for formal entertaining as well as the informal family living are the hallmark of this home.
List Price $1,648,000
If you’re looking to try out Wayland before you make the commitment there is not a ton of rental options in Wayland but there are some rental options available.
Newton– is a suburban city in Middlesex, Massachusetts, United States. It is approximately 7 miles (11 km) west of downtown Boston and is bordered by Boston’s Brighton and West Roxbury neighborhoods to the east and south, respectively, and by the suburb of Brookline to the east, the suburbs of Watertown and Waltham to the north, and Wellesley and Needham to the west. Rather than having a single city center, Newton resembles a patchwork of thirteen villages. According to the 2010 U.S. Census, the population of Newton was 85,146, making it the eleventh largest city in the state.
Newton’s proximity to Boston along with its historic homes, good public schools, and safe and quiet neighborhoods make it a desirable community for those who commute to Boston. Newton is served by three modes of mass transit run by the MBTA: light rail, commuter rail, and bus service.
Newton has been consistently ranked as one of the best cities to live in in the country. In August 2012, Money magazine named Newton fourth best small city among places to live in America and has been named the safest city in the country according to Aneki.
Newton was settled in 1630 as part of “the newe towne”, which became Cambridge in 1638; it became its own town in 1688. There are several historical sites of interest in the Newton area. These include Crystal Lake (which is fronted by several historical homes), the East Parish and West Parish Burying Grounds, and the Jackson Homestead, which now houses the Newton History Museum. Historian and local resident Diana Muir has written about the history surrounding Bullough Pond a scene from the 2008 production of The Women was also filmed there. Portions of the 2016 drama Patriots, about the 2013 Boston Marathon Bombing, were filmed at Lasell College in the city
Median Home Value in Newton $920,570 and Median List price is $995,000. Seventy percent of residents own in Newton and 30% rent. Professional, Science, and technical are the common occupational with education being a close second. The Median household income $118, 639 in Newton, and the average commute a resident commute to and from work is 15-30 minutes. How homeowners get to and from home ranges from driving, mass transit, bike or walk.
Newton Enrollment 1,799 and had an average class size of 14.4 students per class and again tested above 90% in Math, Reading, and Science. 97% of their students graduate from high school and 84% attend college.
56 Woodcliff Road Newton MA Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty
Five Bedroom and Two Full Bath Single Family Home
Sits on .23 Acres of Land
2,704 square footage of living space
School District Newton Public Schools
Elementary: Zervas Elementary School
Middle School: Oak Hill Middle Schoo
High School: Newton South High School
List Price $1,175,000
Newton is a popular place for people to rent however rentals are hard to come by. If you can’t find a rental in Newton a great place to look would be Dover or Brookline. Brookline is still a great school system but didn’t make the top ten list it was ranked at number twenty out of fifty schools in Mass.
Wellesley– Located in Massachusetts in Norfolk County. It is part of greater Boston. It has one of the highest median household and family incomes in Massachusetts. Boston Magazine’s yearly “Best Places To Live”, Wellesley ranks first in the United States in the percentage of adults who hold at least one college degree. The median income for a household was $159,167, and the median income for a family was $186,518.
Wellesley has had rail service to Boston since 1833. These days rail service is provided through Wellesley’s participation in the MBTA. Wellesley’s stations are (east to west) Wellesley Farms, Wellesley Hills, and Wellesley Square. The Wellesley Farms station is listed on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places. MWRTA bus service also runs along Walnut Street, Cedar Street, and Route 9.
Wellesley School ranked number 6 on the list and had 1513 enrolled in the school and the average class size was 15.6 per class. Wellesley Scored Above 95% in math, science, and reading. Students graduate 97% of the time and 86% go on to college.
7 Longmeadow Road Wellesley, Massachusetts Gibson Sotheby’s International Realty
Six Bedroom Six Bath and Four Half Bath in Single Family Home
Sits on 1.28Acres
12,500 Sq Ft.
School District Wellesley
Elementry: Hunnewell Elementary School
Middle School: Wellesley Middle School
High School: Wellesley Senior High School
Completely renovated gorgeous brick Wellesley estate located on over an acre of stunning landscaped grounds. Gracious living room with beautiful fireplace. Gourmet kitchen with large eating area & separate butlers pantry, exquisite dining room with seating for 20+ & elegant fireplace, handsome wood-paneled study with fireplace, sun-filled office/study room. Magnificent family room with oversized windows, soaring ceilings & fireplace. Large, light-filled master bedroom with sitting area, fireplace & separate dressing area. 4 additional bedrooms with custom closets & built-in desks. One of a kind lower level includes a basketball court, spacious gym with sauna & steam shower, handsome media room, & billiards room with bar. Fabulous separate carriage house with a private guest suite, along with a kitchen & terrace. Beautiful heated pool, hot tub & waterfall, blue stone & brick terracing. Stone walls, lush gardens, landscape lighting a 2nd waterfall create a private setting, perfect for entertaining. Garages for 4 cars.
List Price $5,495,000
Wellesley rarely has rentals that come on the market and when they do they tend to move fast. If you want to rent you might be better off renting outside of Wellesley, but if you find a great place that fits the bill in Wellesley you might want to grab it fast.
Harvard– is a town in Worcester County in Massachusetts. The town is located 25 miles west-northwest of Boston, of eastern Massachusetts.A farming community settled in 1658 and incorporated in 1732, it has been home to several non-traditional communities, such as Harvard Shaker Village. The median income for a household in the town was $107,934, and the median income for a family was $119,352. The Median Estimated home value is $573,300. The Median List price in Harvard is $582,000. Harvard doesn’t boast high numbers of people who have a college degree or postgraduate degrees, but the median household income is $65,453. The Average resident spends under 30 minutes commuting to and from work each day.
Harvard School System or otherwise known and the Bloomfield School has an enrollment of 416 students with the average class size 16.3 students per class and a student to teacher ratio of 13.3.1. They Scored above 90% in Math and Science and 100% in Reading. 94% of the students who attend Bloomfield School System has a rate of 94% graduate rate and 90% attend college after graduation
7 Still River Road Harvard MA-TP Hazel Sotheby’s International Realty
Six Bedroom two full bath Single Family Home
Sits on 2.36Acres
Square Footage 5,483
School District Harvard
Elementary School: Harvard Elem
Middle School: Harvard
High School: Bromfield, Harvard
Town Center historic antique with such Curb Appeal including the expansive layout of connecting buildings – Residence, apartment, Barn with the rear apartment, stable under the barn, set amidst 2.36 lush acres with level lawns, pasture, paddock, fields, beautiful perennial gardens, all lending space for farming, home occupations, rentals, and many other options. The multi-level barn is magnificent, once a theater and restaurant in early days, and a glassed cupola with views of the town center, schools, and pond. Town paved walking paths to schools, Pond Road, and to the beach at Bare Hill Pond. Active sports fields surround the schools. Enjoy the country life to it’s fullest with lovely views of historic town center commons. A property offering income with rentals, prime residential living, and home occupations if one needs. Many upgrades by present owners – natural gas generator, electric services, Buderus boiler, kitchen appliances, countertops and flooring, interior and exterior paint
List Price: $1,450,000
Rentals in Harvard there are some but if you’re looking for an area that offers a ton of choices you might want to look at neighbor hooding towns Like Boxborough, Shirley, and Lancaster.
Acton– Median Estimated home value $535,050 and the median list price in is $590,000. 62% of the resident in Acton own and 38% rent. Education percentage of a resident who holds bachelor degree is only 26% and those who hold a higher degree is about the same. Even though homeowners degrees is not higher their median home income is rather high $83,488. The majority of residents in Acton do drive to and from work and commute 30 or more minutes to work they do have the option of public transportation with MBTA Commuter Rail South Acton on the Fitchburg line.
Acton-Boxborough Regional High School secured the number eight spot on the list with 1,902 students enrolled an average class size of 19.6 students per class. Student to teacher ratio 15.2.1 in the classroom. Students who attend Acton-Boxborough Regional High School did test above 90% for math, science, and reading. The graduation rate was 94.7 and 90% attend college after graduation.
111 Stow Acton MA Barrett Sotheby’s International Realty
Three Bedroom 2 full bath and 1 half bath
Sits on .53 Acres of land
Square Footage 2,582
School District Acton-Boxborough
Elementary School: Blanchard, CT Douglas, McCarthy-Towne Elementary School, Gates Elementary School, Luther Conant School, Merriam School
Middle School: R.J. Grey Junior High
High School: Acton-Boxborough Regional High School
List Price: $650,000
Soaring ceilings, open floor plan, lots of light, large windows overlooking the spacious and beautiful yard are just a few of the features of this home. A large first-floor master suite has a full bath with whirlpool tub, double sinks, and His or Her offices or exercises space–you decide. The kitchen is open to the Great Room room with all the conveniences, a fireplace to create a cozy atmosphere in cold season. Alfresco dining around the in-ground pool and barbecuing on the deck create a fun space for the warm weather. Central AC keeps you cool in the summer and Radiant heating on most of the first floor except master suite. Central heating takes care of the rest. Beautifully landscaped, fenced yard offers privacy. Walk to commuter rail and easy access to main commuting routes. Pristine home ready to move right in. In 2015, Money Magazine rated Acton as one of their top places to live! They are right!
Rentals in Acton are available and it’s a great way to see if the town of Acton is right for you.
Boxborough– is bordered by Littleton to the north, Acton to the east, Stow to the south, and Harvard to the west. Prior to incorporation in 1783, the area that is now Boxborough was part of Stow, Harvard, and Littleton.
Median Estimated home value in Boxborough is $494,770 and the median list price in Boxborough is $599,000 and 77% of the resident who lives in Boxborough own and 23% rent. Only 33% of a resident in Boxborough have a bachelor degree and if looking at post-graduate degrees in the town 45% have a post-graduate degree. Why the post-graduate degree is higher than bachelor degrees is slightly confusing, but when looking at census data it is what is reporting. Household income is $110,447 and the average resident commute 30 minutes to and from work each day. Most people who can Boxborough home are married to their cars but there is mass transit available. Like the town of Harvard, Boxborough MA is located on the Fitchburg line on the commuter rail. The commuter rail stop is South Acton which can take you to Boston. If you’re Looking to rent there are not a ton of options for renters, but there are some.
The Town of Boxborough doesn’t have its own school system and is part of the Acton-Boxborough school system. Both the town of Harvard and Boxborough attend the same schools, and since they share the same school they share the same rating
1065 Burrough Road- Barrett Sotheby’s International Realty
Four Bedroom Three Bath and one-half bath in single family home
Sits on 1.910 Acres of Land
Square Footage: 3,138
School District Acton-Boxborough
Elementary School: Blanchard, CT Douglas, McCarthy-Towne Elementary School, Gates Elementary School, Luther Conant School, Merriam School
Middle School: R.J. Grey Junior High
High School: Acton-Boxborough Regional High School
Here is a new construction home for a most discerning buyer! This sophisticated Colonial now under construction by Habitech joins a small enclave of newer homes off a country road in picturesque Boxborough. A gourmet kitchen with stainless appliances offers an abundance of cabinetry and a roomy breakfast area, opening to a formal dining room with wainscoting. Relax or entertain in the comfortable family room with a striking coffered ceiling, artisan crown molding and gas fireplace with marble surround. A handsome study with crown molding, large mudroom with convenient built-ins for extra storage and a half-bath complete the first floor. The second floor includes the spacious master bedroom suite with master bath plus two additional full baths as well as three additional bedrooms. Convenient to major commuting routes, this is truly an exceptional residence
List price: $829,900
Bedford– is a town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, United States. It is within the Greater Boston area, 15 miles northwest of the city of Boston. Towns the surround Bedford Massachusetts are Billerica, Burlington, Lexington, Lincoln, Concord, and Carlisle.
The Median Home Value in Bedford is 640,640 and average list price is $747,000. It is unknown what percentage owns versus rents in the area. Higher Education for both College Educated and post-grad is about the same at 26%, but schools in the area are nothing to turn one’s nose up. Bedford is ranked number 10 and like many other towns on the list, they tested high in math, science, and reading. Students enrolled in their school systems have approx 859 students and have an average class size 11.9 and have a teacher ratio of 11:1.1. They both have a high percentage of students who graduate from High School and College. Both are rated above 90%.
The Median Household income $83,488, and most people tend to drive to work, but if they wanted to take mass transit Concord Commuter Rail would be the nearest location if you didn’t want to drive. The average commute is approx 30 minutes going each way.
69 Wilson Road Bedford MA- Keller Williams Northwest
Four Bedroom Two Bath One-Half Bath in Single Family Home
Sits on 0.89
Square Footage: 2,434
School District Bedford
Elementary School: Davis Elementary School, Lt. Job Lane Elementary School
Middle School: John Glenn Middle School
High School: Bedford High School
The past, the present, and YOUR future unfold beautifully at 69 Wilson Road. Long known as “Wilson Farm”, this landmark property is now a truly perfect blend of character-rich details and modern updates. You will fall in love with the wide pine boards, exposed beams, and intricate woodwork. The charming DR w/decorative brick fireplace and quaint LR with beautiful wood ceilings are sure to please. The kitchen is newer and updated yet fits perfectly into this historic home, with cherry cabinets and honed granite counters, meant to look like soapstone. The bathrooms have been completely redone with timeless and stylish materials carefully chosen to blend with the original home. The highly desired family room was added off the kitchen just over 10 years ago. A rear 2nd staircase leads to 4 spacious bedrooms & 2 baths above. Gas heat and central air, rare to find in an older home. The setting is simply glorious – almost an acre of peaceful lawns, gardens, and outdoor entertaining space.
List Price: $899,000
If your thinking about renting you might want to look at neighboring towns like Billerica, Burlington, Lexington, Lincoln, Concord, and Carlisle since finding one in Bedford is hard to find.
Winchester– This town made the number 10 spot on the list of public schools. Winchester is a small suburban town located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, eight miles north of downtown Boston. It is an affluent bedroom community for professionals who work in the greater Boston area. Winchester borders the towns of Woburn, Stoneham, Medford, Arlington, and Lexington.
The Median estimated home value of Winchester Mass is $869,020. The Median List price $1.05M and 84% own and only 16% rent. Resident in Winchester offers a good some of their population college educated with 30% holding a bachelor degree and 41% hold a Post Graduate degree. The Median Household income $141,829. The average homeowner travels less than 30 minutes to and from work, and most do drive but public transportation in Winchester is relatively high. Winchester is along the Lowell Commuter rail making it fairly easy to get into the city.
Winchester School System had 1,220 students enrolled and their average class size was 16.1 and their student to teacher ratio was 14.1.1. Students tested very high in reading, math, and science all in the 90% area. The graduation rate was 98% however not all high school graduates attend college was at 89%.
83 Church Street Unit 11 Winchester MA Waterfield Sotheby’s
three bedrooms one bath and one-half bath Condo
sits on .39 Acres of Land
Square Footage 767
School District Winchester
Elementary Ambrose Elementary School, Lincoln School, Lynch School, Muraco Elementary, Vinson-Owen School
Middle School McCall Middle School
High School Winchester High School
Located within walking distance to Winchester Center and the trains this stunning to-the-studs renovation of a coveted first-floor corner unit at the Wyman School condominiums will take your breath away. With soaring, 12 foot coffered ceilings, floor to ceiling windows, and luscious wide plank walnut floors this open and airy home feels both elegant and warm but also modern, high-end, and progressively-styled. Every last detail has been meticulously crafted including custom moldings, fantastic closets, and mercury glass-paneled doors. Soundproofing insulation added above the ceiling. Top of the line Mendoza gas fireplace with a custom marble mantel. Extraordinarily spacious kitchen with all new chef’s appliances. High-efficiency HVAC, plumbing, electrical. Bosch washer/dryer in unit. Gorgeous modern bath with Ann Sacks tile, floor to ceiling hidden Robern mirrored cabinet, and huge curbless shower. French doors open directly to the serene backyard. Move right in and enjoy this exquisite home.
List Price: $695,000
Condo Fee: $339
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