Wellesley Homes for Sale

Wellesley Homes for SaleIncluded below are homes for sale and real estate in Wellesley, MA. Wellesley as a whole has been voted one of the best places to live within all of Norfolk County. With highly rated public schools, easy transportation, low crime rates, historic architecture, the beaches of Morse Pond as well as the many events hosted throughout the year, Wellesley is one of the most coveted cities to call home within the Greater Boston area. With easy access to many major freeways including Interstate 90, you can easily travel for both leisure as well as occupational needs. The iconic city of Boston can be found less than 20 miles to the east, opening up a multitude of additional dining, shopping and entertainment options. 

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Wellesley Schools

The city is served by the highly rated Wellesley Public School System, the highest rated district within the whole county of Norfolk, which plays a huge role in desirability of Wellesley. In addition to the highly rated public-school campuses Wellesley is also home to many private schools such as Tenacre Country Day School, as well as multiple higher educational campuses. College campuses within the city include Wellesley College, Massachusetts Bay Community College and Babson. 

Things to Do in Wellesley

The town of Wellesley has a love for nature, and you can enjoy it for yourself at The Gardens at Elm Bank or the Wellesley College Botanical Gardens. Enjoy an evening stroll along the Sudbury Path where you can cross the stunning Waban Arches Aqueduct. Wellesley is home to cuisine from all around the world and whether you’re in the mood for Thai, Italian, Mediterranean, American, or even desserts, you can find it all. Cafe Mangal is a local favorite, with brightly colored plates, Mediterranean cuisine, and delicious homemade desserts. Additional shopping, dining, and entertainment can be found at the nearby Natick Mall, boasting dozens of different shops and restaurants, the Natick Mall is also a venue for multiple different events throughout the year.     

Wellesley Real Estate

Wellesley Real estate is some of the most sought-after in the Greater Boston area for the many restored historical homes that date back to the 1800s. From plantation-style single-family homes to smaller condos and even new construction builds, Wellesley is home to many styles of Real Estate spanning over centuries which allows for a stunning mix of architecture. The median home value within the city is just above $1.1 million, however, oftentimes condos can be found below $300,000 and smaller single-family homes within the city can be found below $600,000.

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