Classified Realty is a neighbor to Wilmington, and as such has had great success in dozens of real estate transactions in the area. With a skilled group of local agents, we know the area well! In a one month snapshot the total volume of sales was $8,347,070, with 16 total listings, 54 average days on the market and average sales price of $521,692.
The Town of Wilmington, Massachusetts, is situated in the northeast part of Middlesex County and is sixteen miles north from Boston. It is a suburban community with a mix of residential neighborhoods, commercial districts and industrial parks. The town's reputation as a strong and supportive community, with its proximity to highways, the commuter rail, and activities for all ages, continues to make Wilmington an attractive place to live and work. The town is on the Haverhill train line which takes commuters to Boston’s North Station.
It is bordered south by Woburn and Burlington, west by Billerica and Tewksbury, north by Andover and east by Reading and North Reading. The population as of the 2019 census was 23,907. The owner-occupied housing unit rate, 2014-2018 is 85.8%.
The town of Wilmington is a vibrant bedroom community with services second to none in the area. In addition to the police, fire, library and school departments, the town supports an active senior center, a recreation department, veteran’s services, a town museum and all the other services that keep a town viable.
Points of Interest in Wilmington include some natural attractions such as Silver Lake, The Wilmington Town common and Rotary park in the center of town and the Baldwin Apple Monument which marks the site of the original Baldwin apple. Some recreation and educational points of interest include the Aleppo Shrine Auditorium with is an indoor arena, home of the Boston Derby Dames women’s flat track roller derby league, the Ristuccia Ice Arena which was the former practice rink for the Boston Bruins and also offers lessons, and the Wilmington Memorial Library.
Evidence of Wilmington's community spirit can be found during the year at various activities held throughout the town. The Annual Easter Egg Hunt, Summer Concerts on the Common, Fourth-of-July Festivities, and Holiday Tree-Lighting Ceremony are just some of the events that provide families and friends an opportunity to come together. In 2010, BusinessWeek magazine declared Wilmington one of the most affordable suburbs in Massachusetts
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