Reading is home to Classified Realty’s second office, which can be found at 484 Main Street, Reading, MA 01867. Classified Realty has won ‘Best of the Readings’ in 2016, 2017, 2018, 2019 and 2020! In a one-month snapshot Classified Realty sold a total volume of $11,893,900, total listings 20, average days on the market 30, with the average sales price of $594,695.
The town of Reading is a stable and progressive town in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, located 10-12 miles north of Boston. The population was 25,337 at the 2019 census. The owner-occupied housing rate, 2013 – 2017 is 78.8%.
Reading borders the towns of Woburn, Stoneham, Wakefield, Lynnfield, North Reading, and Wilmington.
Reading is served by Reading station on the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority's Haverhill/Reading commuter rail line, which links the town to Boston's North Station in a short 25 minute commute.
Reading has a safe, small-town feel with welcoming neighborhoods where people know and care for each other, and the Town offers its residents many recreational and cultural opportunities, both within the community and as part of the greater Boston region. The community values and preserves its history and open spaces while actively supporting smart growth, and a vibrant downtown. Reading has a strong sense of community and a long tradition of civic engagement and volunteerism.
Reading has several points of interests including, The Parker Tavern – The town's oldest remaining 17th century structure, built in 1694. This property, on Washington Street, is currently owned and operated by the non-profit Reading Antiquarian Society.
The roof of the St. Athanasius Parish, on Haverhill St., was designed by Louis A. Scibelli and Daniel F. Tulley, and is one of the largest hyperbolic paraboloids in the Western Hemisphere. The roof was a point of great interest. The pouring of the concrete roof had to be done in one day.
The Capt. Nathaniel Parker Red House, a building on the National Register of Historic Places, known for its Red exterior. It was the original town Tavern, and a meeting place for notable American Revolutionaries.
The Reading Public Library is a great resource for all residents and celebrating 150 years.
Source: U.S. Census Bureau
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