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The Hackel and Freedman Team, known as one of the Top Brokers in Winchester MA, is proud to represent some of the finest properties in the city. We offer a wide variety of homes for sale in Winchester MA including Single Families, Townhomes and Condominiums, both existing and new construction, with a special emphasis on luxury homes.

Whether you are a first time homebuyer, an empty nester looking to downsize, or relocating to Winchester, we are committed to finding the perfect home for you.

Winchester is a small suburban town located in Middlesex County, Massachusetts, eight miles north of downtown Boston. It is the 7th wealthiest municipality in Massachusetts, and functions largely as a community for professionals who work in the greater Boston area. Winchester has five elementary schools (Ambrose, Lincoln, Lynch, Muraco, and Vinson-Owen) and one middle school, McCall Middle School. Considered one of Boston’s elite public high schools, Winchester High School was founded in 1850. Winchester public schools have achieved superior performances on the MCAS exams since their inception, and the district is consistently ranked by editorial reviews such as Boston Magazine as one of the best in Massachusetts. The Winchester High School sports teams are known as the “Sachems,” and are a part of the Middlesex league for sports.

Winchester has two “Zone 1” stops on the MBTA Commuter Rail Lowell LineWedgemere and Winchester Center. The stops are in easy walking distance of one another. The Lowell Line runs from Lowell to Boston’s North Station, where one can connect with the “T”, Boston’s subway system.

There are bus lines going through Winchester to nearby communities such as Medford, Arlington, and Cambridge. Bus route No. 134 runs between North Woburn and Wellington Station on the MBTA‘s Orange Line in Medford. Bus route No. 350 runs from the Burlington Mall to Alewife station in Cambridge on the MBTA’s Red Line. A commuter express bus runs from Cummings Park in Woburn to Boston during rush hours. Nearby Anderson Regional Transportation Center off I-93 (Commerce Way exit) has Logan Express shuttle bus service to Boston’s Logan Airport every 30 minutes, and a paid shuttle service to Manchester New Hampshire Airport (reservations required in advance). Click here to learn more.