Lamacchia Realty Inc is a proud real estate company providing their services to the community of Stoneham MA. Buying and selling your home can be one of the more stressful times in your life. If you have a family, this stress can be even more! From changing your address, getting acclimated to a new surrounding, making friends and much more, Lamacchia Realty Inc. is here to maximize your real estate experience.
Selling In Stoneham MA
Stoneham is a great town and when selling your home, it’s important that everyone knows about the great benefits which lie within your property. For that reason, Lamacchia follows a structured criteria to get your house in front of as many peoples eyes as possible. If someone is looking for a home in the Stoneham area, we want them to look you!
Buying in Stoneham MA
After working in Stoneham for so many years, we understand & know what this town has to offer. The only problem for a home buyer is that they don’t know where to look. Our experienced realtors will walk you through the process in order to find the perfect home. We will match your needs and wants to find a home that you’ll just love.
For more information about Lamacchia Realty, please feel free to give us a call at 855-510-7653 or fill out an online contact form.
Learn More About Stoneham
Stoneham has a mix of single-family and multi-family dwellings, including condos and apartments.
The median home value in Stoneham is $453,300; home prices have risen over the years and the upward spike is expected to sustain in the near future.
Most are owner-occupied units, many of which were built prior to 1939 and between 1950-1959. The town’s median rent is $1,270, which is higher than $1,088 and $920 for Massachusetts and the United States respectively.
Stoneham is a family-friendly town with a strong sense of community. Stoneham Town Day is held in September each year; with raffles, booths and carnival rides, the festive celebration brings residents together.
- Stoneham has a Walk Score of 80, which means you can easily walk to several of the local amenities. They include banks, grocery stores, post office, police station, hardware stores, furniture stores, salons, pharmacies, dance and martial arts studios, a live theater and up to 15 restaurants.
- 85 percent of residents spend an average of 25 minutes daily commuting to work
- The town square is reminiscent of colonial era New England, and the site of Stoneham Town day. Farmer’s Markets are held every Tuesday during the fall and summer. Summer concerts are organized on the Band Stand. The town square is a gathering place for residents, who can be seen enjoying strolls, playing Frisbee or sitting on benches.
- The 2,200 acre Middlesex Fells Reservation (or simply ‘the Fells’) is a beautiful state park with over 100 miles of trails. It is ideal for day-long hikes and offers scenic views of the city skyline. Located reasonably close to the town center, it can be easily reached by walk or bike ride. During winter, the Fells transforms into a hub for snow shoeing and cross-country skiing.
- Potlucks at St. Patrick’s church are yet another reason for people to congregate and interact.
- The Stone Zoo is a 26 acres zoo housing birds of prey, meerkats, gibbons, and river otter and black bear exhibits.
Stoneham is home to a number of private and public schools. They include Colonial Park Elementary School, Stoneham Middle School, Stoneham High School, St. Patrick Elementary School and Edgewood Greater Boston Academy.
The student teacher ratio is 16:1. Average test score is 71 per cent, a little higher than the 63 per cent for the state and 68 per cent nationally.
Almost 92 per cent of the town’s residents have completed high school, while 40 per cent hold a bachelor’s degree.
Employment and income
Popular occupations in the state include sales, office and administrative work; management, business and finance; engineering and computer science; construction, extraction and maintenance/repair; and healthcare.
Stoneham has a per capita income of $39,542 and a median household income of $76, 218, both of which compare favorably to state and national figures.
Unemployment rate in the town stands at 4.1 per cent, versus 5.7 per cent for the state and 5.8 per cent for the U.S. At 4.5 per cent, poverty level is lower than the 11.6 per cent at the state level and 15.6 per cent nationwide.