What do you get when you move to Boston’s western suburbs? Space, privacy, neighborhood settings, and nationally-ranked school districts to name a few of the perks. Whether you’re looking in Concord, Carlisle, Acton, or Harvard, we have something for you. Wondering what $1.5M can get you in these towns? Check out the homes below to see some of what MetroWest has to offer.
Stillmeadow Farm (Home Farm) | Carlisle, MA | $1,495,000
If you’re looking for room that you’ll never find in the city, this 18th-century 6-bedroom farmhouse sits on over 20 acres in a beautiful corner of Carlisle. With most of this land protected forever, this is a property you know you and your family can enjoy for generations.
762 Barretts Mill Road | Concord, MA | $1,250,000
Built in the 1890s, this beautiful Victorian home comes with two deeded units: a 4-bedroom main house and an attached but separate full 1-bedroom apartment. Do you have a parent who needs to be nearby, long-term guests to host, or are you looking for a unique investment opportunity? This may just be the perfect spot for you. Near all that Concord and Acton have to offer and easily accessible from Boston – just hop on Route 2 and you’re there!
17 Stoneymeade Way | Acton, MA | $1,150,000
The star of the show in this expanded cape is the chef’s kitchen with white custom cabinets, honed Carrera marble counters, leathered granite 8-foot island, banquet breakfast nook and so much more! With upstairs and downstairs bedrooms, a finished basement perfect for a playroom, media room, or gym, and a large yard with room to play, this home offers convenient living for all. Hit the trails out back to explore the conservation land behind this home.
9 Graniteview Lane | Harvard, MA | $849,000
In Harvard, you get true country living in a neighborhood setting. A contemporary colonial sits on over 5 acres at the end of a dead-end road and is built for family, friends, and entertaining. The cherry on top? The Bromfield School is ranked in the top 10 of Massachusetts schools by US News & World Report.
2 Orchard Lane | Wayland, MA | $1,099,000
Set at the end of a long private driveway, high on an east-facing knoll overlooking a meadow and small pond, Myrtle Hill retains its rural sense of place. The main house, built c. 1900 by noted architect Frank Cooper for his own residence, is a classic shingle-style with 4 bedrooms, playroom, study and four baths in its 2,825 sf. Children and the young at heart will appreciate the sledding hill, artist’s studio, and space for play and animals. A remarkable spot within easy reach of Boston with Wayland’s excellent schools and open space.
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