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Princeton MA Real Estate Agents

Lamacchia Realty Inc. is proud to provide their real estate services throughout the community of Princeton MA. With a local office situated right in the heart of Worcester, our team has been growing and helping residents all throughout the area. Our team is filled with both home buyer and home seller real estate agents and has grown to one of the largest and successful companies in all of the state.

We harp on one simple thing: RESULTS!

Selling A Home In Princeton MA

Our skilled and experienced real estate agents will walk you through your entire real estate process. Want to learn more about us? Read our number of reviews from happy customers or give us a ring and talk with us! To give you a small preview of our services, we follow a marketing plan that gets your home in front of the right people. There are so many parts of the real estate process that we excel in but getting people to look at your home may be the best.

Free Home Evaluation   |   Sellers Consultation

Buying A Home In Princeton MA

Our home buyer real estate agents will work as hard as they need to until they find you your perfect home. We understand that each person has their own preferences and needs. It is our job to dig through all the available listings and get your dream home for a price that works for you. The buying process is strenuous and there are many more aspects that go into it, so please reach out to a real estate agent to talk!

Learn More About Princeton MA

It’s an hour and 15 minute drive to Boston and about a half hour drive to Worcester. Princeton has access to route 190 which connects to 290.

Housing and Home Prices

The median sold price is $368,500.

Things to Do

Princeton is located at the base of Wachusett Mountain,. Wachusett Mountain is the highest point in Massachusetts east of the Connecticut River and the Ski Area is the largest in eastern Massachusetts.  Visitors can hike or drive to the summit for great panoramic views of Mount Monadnock in New Hampshire, the Berkshires to the west, and the Boston skyline to the east. Activities at the mountain include hiking, nature study, hawk watching, picnicking, and of course, skiing and snowboarding in the wintertime.

During ski season on Saturdays and Sundays you can take the commuter rail from Boston’s North Station to nearby Fitchburg, where they can take a shuttle directly to the mountain.

During the summer Wachusett Mountain is home to several festivals, including the Folk Festival and the New England Barbecue Festival.

The Wachusett Meadow Wildlife Sanctuary has twelve miles of trails at Wachusett Meadow and visitors can go hiking, snowshoeing, cross-country skiing, and canoeing.

There are several great dining options in Princeton. The Mountain Barn offers casual dining and live music. For fine dining there is Sonoma Restaurant. Mount Wachusett Ski Area has its Black Diamond restaurant for pub-style dining as well as the Coppertop Lounge for appetizers, local brews, and live music.

Education

Princeton is served by the Wachusett Regional School District. Children in kindergarten through grade 8 attend the Thomas Prince School, and grades 9 through 12 attend Wachusett Regional High School.

Students can also attend Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School.