115 Homes For Sale in Newton, MA

  • Penthouse In Bowen Thompsonville
    $599,000New
    1 Bed2 Baths1,300 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02459
    Richard C. Dore
    |
    Hammond Residential Real Estate
  • Upscale 3-Bedroom House In Newton Lower Falls
    $849,900New
    3 Beds1 Bath1,213 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02462
    Derek Greene
    |
    The Greene Realty Group
  • Updated Private House
    $1,550,000New
    4 Beds4 Baths3,406 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02461
    Brenda Van Der Merwe
    |
    Hammond Residential Real Estate
  • Private Condo With Fireplace
    $1,400,000New
    3 Beds4 Baths2,824 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02458
    Diduca Properties
    |
    Keller Williams Realty
  • Private House With Fireplace
    $1,400,000NewOpen 10/31
    3 Beds3 Baths3,010 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02468
    Joleen Rose
    |
    ERA Key Realty Services
  • Private Condo With Fireplace
    $929,900New
    3 Beds3 Baths2,516 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02458
    Meg Steere
    |
    Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Commonwealth Real Estate
  • 3-Bedroom House In Waban
    $899,900New
    3 Beds1 Bath1,680 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02461
    Jay Noble
    |
    Compass
  • Private Condo With Fireplace
    $689,000New
    2 Beds2 Baths1,225 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02460
    Dan Demeo
    |
    Coldwell Banker Realty
  • Updated 2-Bedroom Condo In Bowen Thompsonville
    $799,999New
    2 Beds3 Baths1,265 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02467
    Melissa Cohen
    |
    Hammond Residential Real Estate
  • House In Oak Hill
    $1,650,000New
    5 Beds5 Baths3,767 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02459
    Anson Wu
    |
    Compass
  • Multi-Family Home In Newton Corner
    $1,130,000New
    6 Beds3 Baths3,150 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02458
    Charlotte Liu
    |
    Keller Williams Realty
  • Renovated 7-Bedroom House In Newton Centre
    $3,995,000New
    7 Beds5 Baths7,965 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02459
    Lewitt Real Estate Team
    |
    Compass
  • 2-Bedroom Condo In Nonantum
    $549,000
    2 Beds2 Baths1,307 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02458
    Bonnie Lai
    |
    RE/MAX Unlimited
  • Lot In Newton Upper Falls
    $699,000
    0.14 Acres
    Newton, MA, 02464
    Dino Confalone
    |
    Gibson Sotheby's International Realty
  • 3-Bedroom House In Newton Highlands
    $895,000
    3 Beds2 Baths1,661 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02461
    Ed Lyon
    |
    Preservation Properties
  • 5-Bedroom House In Oak Hill
    $2,250,000
    5 Beds6 Baths6,389 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02459
    Michele Friedler Team
    |
    Hammond Residential Real Estate
  • Private Condo With Fireplace
    $1,480,000
    6 Beds4 Baths3,342 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02459
    Cirel/Molta Home Team
    |
    Unlimited Sotheby's International Realty
  • Updated Private Condo
    $1,550,000
    4 Beds4 Baths3,406 Sq. Ft.
    Newton, MA, 02461
    Brenda Van Der Merwe
    |
    Hammond Residential Real Estate
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Seven miles west of the internationally known city of Boston lies Newton, Massachusetts. This town takes up just over 18 square miles of land and has a population of over 85,000. If you are looking to buy a home in a location without all the hustle and bustle of the major cities of the United States’ east coast, Newton might be just the place for you. With the feeling of a slightly smaller town but the proximity to so much within quick driving distance, very little is out of your reach.

The education system plays a big part in the day to day living in Newton. A large selection of preschools as well as primary and secondary schools make this city a terrific choice for those with growing families. Boston College and its law school as well Mount Ida College are just a few of the multitude of higher education opportunities that come with living just in Newton, let alone the state of Massachusetts. With regard to the working situation, Boston College and the Newton-Wellesley Hospital are the town’s largest employers. Additionally, Newton is the home of the headquarters for TripAdvisor, the most widely-used travel website in the world. Of course, Boston hosts a far greater breadth of employment options, which is why Newton’s close proximity makes it ideal for those who desire a quick commute.

There’s no shortage of things to do outside the workplace, either, especially if you’re fond of partaking in activities in the great outdoors. For a relaxing combination of rhythmic exercise and sightseeing, kayaking and canoeing trips are readily available on the nearby Charles River. You can take the kids or a group of friends out to the beautiful Crystal Lake for a day of swimming on a warm summer day. The Echo Bridge and Auburndale Cove are other outdoor destinations popular with the locals. If you’re in more of a sporting mood, Newton also has a number of golf courses like the Woodland, Charles River, and Brae Burn Country Clubs. Winters get cold here, but the arrival of snow just means the emergence of a new form of natural beauty to take in. In addition to the countless number of historical sites that pepper the rest of the state, one of Newton’s most renowned locations is the Jackson Homestead, which was a stop on the legendary Underground Railroad during America’s slavery era. For those with more artistic tastes, the McMullen Museum of Art on the Boston College campus has a constant flow of new exhibitions for the public to enjoy. Suffice it to say that no matter your tastes or lifestyle, Newton and the surrounding region is able to suit your needs.