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About Cambridge, Massachusetts

Cambridge, Massachusetts lies on the left bank of the Charles River, just minutes from Boston, the hub of the New England region. But don’t be mistaken: Cambridge isn’t just another “neighborhood” of Boston. It stands as an international urban center in it own right. This city of 100,000 is home to two world-class institutions of higher learning and can boast of a unique historical heritage, rich cultural diversity, vibrant arts, music & theater scene, a bubbling intellectual life and an embarrassment of fine restaurants: all on a very livable, pedestrian-friendly scale. Then there’s Boston if you ever run out of things to do.

Cambridge is organized as a loose confederation of “squares” each with its own rendition of the city’s famous counterculture. Harvard Square, home of the University, offers a mixture of intellectualism and high culture with funky shops, bookstores and street performers. Central Square is the seat of city’s progressive government, nightlife and the hipster music scene. In Kendall Square, you’ll find the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) and the local headquarters of many global biotech, pharmaceutical & IT companies. Think Google and Biogen.

Cambridge architecture ranges from Colonial-era mansions on historic Tory Row to modern luxury residences with water views along the Charles. The majority of the housing stock is over one hundred years old and Cantabrigians are proudly dedicated to preserving and restoring the city’s historical fabric. A common offering on the real estate market is a blend of new and old: a condominium in a fully renovated historic Victorian outfitted with modern, luxury fixtures. As a university town, Cambridge offers many opportunities for real estate invertors. Cambridge property values have been rising since the 1600s, and while Harvard and MIT remain in town, the trend is expected to continue. Proximity and easy commute to Boston’s many teaching hospitals is an added bonus for many.

Cambridge Home inventory breakdown by property type

Of the 4 homes for sale in Cambridge, the breakdown of property types is as follows:
25% Rental, 25% Condo and 50% Other.

25% Rental
25% Condo
50% Other

Area details, home facts and figures

Homes for sale 4
Average Home Size 1,843 ft² / 171 m²
Price Range ($3,195 - $1,899,000)

Weather in Cambridge

The average high temperatures in Cambridge range from 36 in January to 82 in July

Average home income in Cambridge

The average household income of a Cambridge resident is $110,396 with an average home value of $568,300

Population of Cambridge

Cambridge has 106,266 residents.

Home ownership in Cambridge

The average level of home ownership in Cambridge is 33%.

Education breakdown of Cambridge

Education levels of residents of Cambridge include: highschool 10%, associate 3%, bachelor 29%, graduate 45%.

Households in Cambridge

Cambridge has 44,526 homes, built on average 67 years ago.

Information from in and around Cambridge...

You are Viewing 1 to 4 of 4 homes for sale in Cambridge. These homes are comprised of Rental, Condo and Other. The average list price of these property results is 676,773. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Cambridge please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.

The 4 homes for sale in Cambridge, MA are represented by 3 member brokerages serving the Cambridge area. Member brokerages representing the 4 homes include Robert Paul Properties, Brad Hutchinson Real Estate, Inc. and Lamacchia Realty.