Lamacchia Realty Inc. is happy to provide the community of Winchester MA with their real estate services. Winchester MA is a beautiful affluent town which is very popular for professionals committing into Boston. With so many amazing properties on the market, it’s imperative that you take the right approach if entering the real estate market.
Buying and selling a home can be difficult, stressful and down right hard, so getting all the right help possible can make a worlds difference. Lamacchia Realty has been working within the Winchester community for many years and looks forward to building many more lasting relationships.
Selling In Winchester MA
Are you thinking about selling your home in Winchester? If so, you have come to the right spot. Lamacchia Realty has grown to be one of the largest real estate companies in the state of Massachusetts because simply enough, we get you results! Through a thorough marketing plan the gets your home in front of as many peoples eyes as possible, your home will get sold for the best price possible, and at a quick rate.
Buying In Winchester MA
If you’re thinking about purchasing a new home in Winchester, or any of it’s surrounding towns you have come to the right spot. Lamacchia Realty has so many tools to make sure the entire buying process is as efficient and successful as possible for you. From helping you through the buying process to helping you find the perfect property, we are here to guide you.
Learn More About Winchester MA
Located eight miles north of downtown Boston, Winchester is a quietly affluent town with an excellent school system, family-owned businesses and recreational opportunities (including country and boat clubs). Winchester is only 6.3 square miles large but has been rated by Boston Magazine as the #1 place to live in Massachusetts. It is the 7th wealthiest municipality in Massachusetts.
The suburban town has a largely agricultural history and is today a thriving bedroom community with a population of about 23,000.
In 2011, Winchester earned the Green Community designation by the Massachusetts Department of Energy Resources, making it eligible for state grants to set up energy-efficiency and renewable energy projects.
Housing and Home Prices
The median home value is $1,020,800.
Tudors, Federal-style and Queen Anne style homes share space with flats and studio apartments. Many of the homes were constructed prior to 1939. One of the town’s well-known houses is Sharon House on 403 Main Street. Built in 1835, the Greek Revival home is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. It is located next to an 18th century landmark, the Black Horse Tavern.
Things to Do
Residents enjoy quick access to amenities; local shops are no more than six or seven miles away.
Winchester offers a number of sports and outdoor recreational opportunities. There are over ten playing fields for soccer and softball; children’s play areas; 15 clay tennis courts; and Splash Park, a water attraction with 19 above and below ground elements next to the Farmer’s Market on the Town Common.
The town’s lakes, trails and woodlands are utilized for a range of fun activities, including bicycling, cross-country skiing, walking/jogging, swimming, boating and picnicking.
Winchester is home to a number of private and public schools. Some, like Lincoln Elementary School and Winchester High School, have a GreatSchools rating of 10 out of 10. Some of the educational institutions here include the Ambrose Elementary School, the Lynch Elementary School, the Muraco Elementary School, the Vinson-Owen Elementary School, the McCall Middle School as well as the St. Mary’s School.
Winchester high school is ranked #32 in MA. They enroll about 1,200 students and have 86 full time teachers, this gives a student teacher ratio of 14 to 1.
About 58% of students participate in Advanced Placement® course work and exams. The school performers higher in both mathematics and reading than the state. Winchester high has an average subject proficiency of 94% in mathematics and 98% in reading.