Lamacchia Realty Inc. is happy to provide the small community of Dunstable, MA with their range of real estate services. Located in Middlesex county, this town, with around 3,000 residents, may be unknown to much of the people even in the same state. While working everywhere in the nearby area, we have had our fair share of great experiences serving people both selling and looking to purchase a home in Dunstable, Massachusetts.
Selling In Dunstable MA
The Lamacchia Realty marketing plan will ensure widespread visibility of your home for sale. People far beyond Dunstable’s close knit community will be made aware that your home is on the market. With our professional photos and interactive floor plan of your home, those seeking property in your area will be attracted first to your listing because of the large network of online, TV and radio outlets that we use to boost awareness of your home for sale.
Buying In Dunstable MA
Are you looking for a home in Dunstable or the surrounding areas? If so, look to Lamacchia Realty to help you through this process. Our experienced and skilled real estate agents make sure you find the home of your dreams for the best price possible. We understand the market trends and how they change every single day.
For more information about our local Dunstable real estate agents, please feel free to reach out. Lamacchia Realty can be contacted over the phone 978-692-4448 or through our online contact form.
Learn More About Dunstable, MA
The town spans 16.7 square miles and is on the NH/MA state line, with the neighboring state towns of Hollis and Nashua NH.
There is no public transit in the form of trains or buses in the town but neighboring highways Route 113 runs though the town and US 3 is two miles east of the town.
Housing and Home Prices
The median home price is $488,500
Things to Do
There are a fair number of parks in Dunstable where you can spend quality time with your loved ones or just relax by yourself. Here is a list of some of the popular ones.
- Greeley Park: Greeley Park is located a mile from Nashua, towards the north. The park is positioned with access to it from both sides of Concord Street. The left side is home to a well maintained wading pool. A few yards from the pool is a playground for children with swings, climbing structures, and slides. In terms of conveniences, the park offers fully functioning toilet with male and female sections. On the right side of the park is an open-air stage, where organizers host events, plays, and even movie screenings. For the sports enthusiasts, the park offers a baseball diamond and tennis courts.
- Great Brook Farm State Park: Located in Carlisle, Great Brook Farm State Park is basically charming woodland that is dotted with enjoyable trails for walking, hiking and biking. Apart from the stunning trails, there is also a petting zoo with farm animals, which is a must-see attraction, especially if you have children with you. There are also small ponds, streams, and marshlands that are worth visiting.
Most of the schools in Dunstable fall under the Groton-Dunstable Regional School District.
To begin with, we have the Groton-Dunstable Regional High School (GDRHS) and the Groton-Dunstable Regional Middle School (GDRMS). Both these schools cater to students in Groton, as well as Dunstable. GDRHS offers classes for grade 9 to 12. An estimated 850 students attend GDRHS.
GDRMS offers classes for grades 5 to 8. An estimated 930 students attend this school and like GDRHS, it also caters to students from both, Groton and Dunstable.
Then we have elementary schools such as Florence Roche Elementary School and Swallow Union Elementary School. Florence Roche offers classes all the way from Kindergarten to grade 4. An estimated 558 students attend this school. Florence Roche serves only the students of Groton.
The Swallow Union offers classes all the way from Kindergarten to Grade 4. Around 344 students study at this school. The school is located in the Dunstable part of the district and therefore, cater only to Dunstable students at one point in time. However, after the shutting down of another elementary school (Prescott Elementary School), Swallow Union opened its doors to students from Groton as well.
Finally, we have the Boutwell Early Childhood Center, which functions as a pre-school. The center caters to pre-kindergarteners and has an estimated 77 of them enrolled.