Lamacchia Realty Inc. proudly serves the town of Acton Massachusetts. With a team of top talented real estate agents, you can be sure that you’re in the right hands during your entire home buying or home selling process. Entering the real estate process can be extremely stressful but we are here to make it easier.
Selling A Home in Acton MA
How are you able to set your house apart from the competition? Well, with the help of Lamacchia we use a wide range of tactics that get your house in front of as many prospective buyers eyes as possible. Photos, television, real estate websites, social media, reverse prospecting, and interactive floor plans are a few tools that we utilize for all our customers. We understand the community and what it takes to get your home sold at the right price and during the right time period.
Buying A Home in Acton MA
With all the homes on the market in Acton, how are you able to find the perfect fit for you? With Lamacchia Realty you can utilize some of the best tools and agents possible to find your dream home. We want to help you start your new life in a property that fits your needs.
Learn More About Acton
About 21 miles west-northwest of Boston and along Route 2 makes Acton a great spot to be!
The population is around 22,000.
Housing and Home Prices
The median home value is $570,600.
Things to Do
Acton has a total of over 1,650 acres of town-owned conservation lands. To list a few:
Acton Arboretum – A 53 acre park in the center of town consisting of woods, meadows, swamp, ponds, old apple orchards and a bog! It also houses a herb, hosta and wildflower garden along with a butterfly garden!
Nashoba Brook, Spring Hill, Camp Acton, Canterbury hill are four adjourning conservation areas. The trials in this area include a hiking path that encircles Boston- starting in Ipswich and ending in Duxbury.
There are two bike paths in Acton, the Bruce Freeman Rail Trail and the Assabet River Rail Trail.
There are 14 playing fields & playgrounds in Acton great for all types of recreational sports!
Acton shares a regional high school with Boxborough, Acton-Boxborough Regional High School. It was named a Blue Ribbon School by the U.S Department of Education in 2009. In 2012 U.S News & World Report ranked the school #3 among open enrollment high schools and #7 overall for STEM education in the US.