Lamacchia Realty Inc. is happy to provide the community of Littleton MA with their real estate agents. The two main aspects of real estate which Lamacchia Realty Inc. thrive in is both selling and purchasing properties. We have grown and learned over the years in how to perfect the art.
Selling A Home In Littleton
There are so many different aspects that go into selling a property. Lamacchia Realty makes sure that they pin-point all of these and does them the right way. One example of this is marketing your home. We believe this is a huge part in the process. If people aren’t seeing your listing them how do they know your home is being sold? Our marketing plan is “supercharged”. We get your home listing in front of as many peoples eyes as possible from television, photos, interactive floor plans, other real estate sites, reverse prospecting, social media & more! Learn how Lamacchia Realty can sell your home and contact us today!
Buying A Home In Littleton
What do home buyer real estate agents help you with? Well, if they are leaders in there industry like Lamacchia Realty is they will:
- Help you through the whole home buying process
- Based off your criteria, we’ll help find you the most suitable options of there for you
- Find the home you are looking for and fight for a price that works best for you
- We know the housing market like the back of our own hand. We will let you know if a property is being overpriced or under priced.
Learn More About Littleton
Littleton has a population of around 10,000 residents. Littleton has easy access to 495, route 2, 2A and 119. Littleton is predominantly a white-collar town with over 80 per cent of residents engaged in white-collar work, especially in management, sales and teaching fields. Littleton has its fair share of famous personalities who live or have lived here, including actor/comedian Steve Carell, astronomer Margaret Harwood, writer and illustrator of children’s books Erik P. Kraft and Boston Herald sports writer Ron Borges.
Housing and Home Prices
The median home value in Littleton is $476,00, and has risen over the years.
In the 1970s, Littleton became part of the Boston technology corridor when Digital Equipment Corporation (DEC) set up shop here. Some of the early families (Kimball, Whitecomb, Hathaway, and Blanchard to name some) that settled in the town continue living here.
Recently, developments have been proposed in different parcels of land around the town, with at least a few acres of open space being donated to the town. They include the Kimball Farm Village on the Common, the Kaye property and multiple parcels at Bennett Orchard.
Things to Do
Littleton is a family-friendly rural town with a vibrant arts culture. It is home to non-profit music education center Indian Hill Music, featuring a professional orchestra and music outreach programs; the Cannon Theatre; Littleton Lyceum; and the Nashoba Valley Chorale.
The Reuben Hoar library is an important landmark. Dating back to 1887, it was the recipient of a sizable percent of the town’s budget back in 2008, amounting to $49 per person.
Littleton has four public schools: Littleton Middle School, Littleton High School, Shaker Lane Elementary, and Russell Street Elementary. It is also home to nine private or parochial schools.
The public school spending by the town is $17,343 per student, which compares favorably against the national average of $12,435.
Littleton’s schools have a GreatSchools rating of 7 out of 10. Almost 60 per cent of residents hold a college or advanced degree, making Littleton one of the country’s most academically-inclined communities.