Welcome to my Natick, Massachusetts Real Estate page. As a long-time Natick Realtor I am committed to helping you locate your dream home or condo in the town of Natick. If you are looking to sell or buy a home or land in Natick you have come to the right place. Our website features the best real estate search for homes, condos, land and multi-family properties available. It is easy-to-use and updated by the official MLS database every 15 minutes. . It will send you new listings as they hit the market and price changes daily plus you can save favorite properties, create market reports, and much more. Check here often for the newest Natick Listings or to see recent Natick home sales. If you have any questions, remember your Natick, MA Real Estate Agent is only a phone call away! Call me directly at (508) 397-6081.
If you are considering a move to the Natick area, I have put together the following information to make your move easier:
Situated eighteen miles West of Boston and accessible via routes 9, 16, 135, 27, and the Massachusetts Turnpike, as well as the Commuter Rail (two stops), Natick is home to nearly 32,170 people and remains a growing community. Over the years Natick has developed both residentially and commercially while maintaining a balanced atmosphere. Natick offers a great selection of homes in a wide price range, including single family homes starting in the $300,000 range and ranging upwards to over $1 million. Natick also offers a variety of townhomes and condominiums - there are 1468 one and two bedroom condominiums and townhouses in the Natick Village, Natick Green and Deerfield Forest complexes near the West Natick Commuter Rail stop. There are also several neighborhoods of larger, more upscale homes and townhomes that have been constructed in recent years, making Natick an excellent choice for relocating executives and professionals.
Natick is a combination of suburban and rural. From the stately homes of Walnut Hill and the Henry Wilson Historic District to the estates along Route 16 in South Natick you can recapture Natick's past. The Broadmoor Wildlife Sanctuary offers nine miles of walking trails through a variety of field, woodland, and wetland habitats. Enjoy canoeing and kayaking on the Charles or waterskiing on Lake Cochituate, as well as bicycling, horseback riding, hiking, fishing, and golf among the many recreational/leisure activities available. For mall shopping there is the Natick Collection.
The Natick School System features five elementary schools, two middle (grades 5 through 8) schools and Natick High School. There are also several private schools within the town.
To learn more about Natick's past, visit the Natick Historical Society in South Natick. For World War II history buffs a must-see is the World War II Museum. From its great parks and recreation system to Route 9's expansive shopping venues, from the wide array of casual and fine dining establishments to The Center for the Arts (TCAN) cultural and theatrical offerings, Natick is a great place to call home.
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