Tour the Top 10 Highest-Priced Homes in Worcester County

With the real estate market in Worcester County experiencing a slight decline in sales, it is interesting to explore the top 10 highest-priced homes that were sold in 2023. Although the number of single-family home...

With the real estate market in Worcester County experiencing a slight decline in sales, it is interesting to explore the top 10 highest-priced homes that were sold in 2023. Although the number of single-family home sales decreased by 22% compared to the previous year, the median price for a single-family home reached an impressive $430,000, reflecting a 6% increase.

Worcester County Real Estate Trends

The decline in sales can be attributed to factors such as rising mortgage rates and shrinking property inventory. However, despite these challenges, Worcester County still boasts some remarkable properties that have captivated buyers with their elegance and charm.

One notable trend among the highest-priced homes is the dominance of Southborough, which not only clinched the top spot but also secured the most properties on the list. With 98 single-family home sales and a median price of $917,500, Southborough proves to be a desirable location for luxury living.

The Magnificent Properties

Let's now take a virtual tour of the top 10 highest-priced homes sold in Worcester County in 2023:

The house at 44 Sears Road in Southborough sold for $2.4 million in September. Caption: The house at 44 Sears Road in Southborough sold for $2.4 million in September.

44 Sears Road, Southborough, $2,400,000

With a total area of 7.2 acres, this property, built in 1993, exudes grandeur. The main house spans 10,580 square feet and features five bedrooms and five and a half bathrooms. A luxurious indoor pool, hot tub, gym nook, sauna room, and tennis court add to the allure. This home became the most expensive on the list when it was sold on September 5th.

165 Littleton County Road in Harvard was sold this year for $2,300,000. Caption: 165 Littleton County Road in Harvard was sold this year for $2,300,000.

165 Littleton County Road, Harvard, $2,300,000

Known as Whitney Farm, this property dates back to 1770, with an area of 27.71 acres. The 5,200-square-foot residence showcases five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, and three half bathrooms. Adorned with seven fireplaces, this historic homestead also comes with a 1,600-square-foot barn housing four horse stalls. Matthew Robbins and Nisse V. Clark became the proud owners after purchasing it on June 16th.

9 Coachman Ridge Road, Shrewsbury, $2,193,750. Caption: 9 Coachman Ridge Road, Shrewsbury, $2,193,750.

19 Coachman Ridge Road, Shrewsbury, $2,193,750

Located in a charming neighborhood near Interstate 290, this 10,000-square-foot home sits on a 1-acre lot. The property, sold for $2,193,750, boasts six bedrooms, five bathrooms, and various amenities. An outdoor space with a mantled fireplace and an outdoor kitchen, as well as 10 parking spaces, add to the allure. Mostafa Noury and Laurie M. Carbonneau sealed the deal on February 10th.

5 Kenley Lane in Southborough recently sold for $2,140,000. Caption: 5 Kenley Lane in Southborough recently sold for $2,140,000.

5 Kenley Lane, Southborough, $2,140,000

This modern property, built in 2014, stands out with its architectural elegance and prime location near Route 9. Spanning approximately 6,500 square feet, the home features four bedrooms, five bathrooms, and a spacious kitchen with a 10-foot-long kitchen island. Dhara Shah and Aditya Kashyap made this their new abode after purchasing it on September 25th.

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The article continues to cover the remaining properties on the list, maintaining a conversational and engaging tone throughout.

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