What $500K Gets You In Today’s MA Real Estate Market

Massachusetts real estate isn’t cheap, but there’s still some affordable gems out there. If you’re in the market for a home in Massachusetts and your budget is under $500,000, check out these options.

In Weymouth:

This home, listed at $435,000, offers water and Boston skyline views from nearly every room and includes a built-in bar for entertaining, multiple decks, an office nook and a master bedroom. View the full listing on realtor.com.

In Malden:

An Oasis in the city! This quintessential cape cod style home offers a life style of beauty, serenity and convenience and is listed at $480,000. View the full listing on realtor.com.

In Sudbury:

This beautifully maintained colonial is fresh and inspiring with handsome mill work, a beautiful new eat-in IKEA kitchen and recently renovated baths. Asking price is $499,000. View the full listing on realtor.com.

In Norwood:

This spacious and bright New England Colonial with an abundance of charm and detail is on the market for $497,500. View the full listing on realtor.com.

In Wakefield:

Sweet and charming New England Cape on a picturesque street for $469,900. The westside neighborhood is near Lake Quannapowitt, train, elementary school and Wakefield town center with great restaurants. View the full listing on realtor.com.

In Boston:

Miracle of miracles there’s a home on the market in West Roxbury for under half a million. This one was originally built in 1803, but it’s just been renovated and is listed at $490,000. View the full listing on realtor.com.

In Chelmsford:

Walking distance to Heart Pond, Bruce Freeman Rail Trail and three miles to the Cranberry Bog Reservation. This home, on the market for $429,000, has four bedrooms and a flat backyard perfect for those summer BBQs. View the full listing on realtor.com.

On-Cape:

Renovated three-bedroom in Falmouth for $355,000. Close to bike path, Old Silver Beach and Megansett and less than a mile from Deep Pond. View the full listing on realtor.com.

All images via realtor.com.

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