Homes for Sale in Thompsonville, Newton, MA

Thompsonville is an affluent suburban neighborhood in Newton, Massachusetts. This dense neighborhood is the smallest of the 13 villages in Middlesex county. It is situated north of Kennard Park, south of Hebrew College, west of The Shops at Chestnut Hill, northeast of Newton Center, and east of Newton Highlands. Although Thompsonville is the least known amongst the 13 villages and does not have a village center like the rest, residents still enjoy easy access to Route 9, shopping malls, schools, dining, and entertainment options. It is just a few minutes away from Chestnut Hill’s restaurants, shops, Wegmans, Coolidge Corner, Back Bay, Downtown Boston, and various outdoor attractions.

The village name Thompsonville was coined from a hermit named Thompson, who inhabited nearby woodlands in 1810. During the mid-century, this wooded area was developed into homes for families moving into the community. By 1867, the community was large enough, and a school was needed. Edward B. Bowen recognized the need for a school in the area. Thus Bowen School was built and remained as the focal point in the Thompsonville neighborhood. Today, Thompsonville is a thriving community offering a comfortable living environment for its residents with easy access to everything you would need for your family.

Tasteful and classy colonial and contemporary architectural styles adorn the beautiful Thompsonville neighborhood. Multi-family and single-family property types are priced between $ 1,295,000 to $ 3,200,000. These homes come with 4 to 6 elegant bedrooms and 2 to 6 bathrooms comfortably nestled in a spacious 2,418 square feet to 8,100 square feet of interior living space. These picturesque homes are nestled in vast 0.16 acre to 0.39 acre home lots. Most of them have spacious open concept floor plans with large bedrooms, a spacious walk-in closet, and a spa-like soaking tub.

Distinct changes came in Thompsonville when tear-downs of older houses paved the way to luxurious high-rise condominiums. Condominium units are competitively priced ranging from $399,000 to $1,090,000. Units come with 1 or 2 bedrooms and 1 to 2 bathrooms. Most King-sized master bedrooms have custom cabinetry with shelves and drawers. The open floor plan in the dining and living area gives the 800 square feet to 1,779 square feet unit an expansive feel. Most residents get to enjoy the amenities such as a 24-hour doorman, gym, indoor pool, sauna, concierge service, and a view of peaceful landscaped grounds.

Market Overview

Newton Real Estate Information

Median Home Price

$1,290,000

Median Sale Price

$1,300,000

Median Price Per Sqft

$487

Number of Households

30,657

Median Days in Market

92

Median Rent

$2,350

What's To Love

The safe and secure Thompsonville’s location makes it an ideal place for families and professionals in the market for a new home in the region. It is near parks, restaurants, outstanding schools, and the great Crystal Lake. Residents have easy access to major highways, and it's minutes away from Downtown Boston.

What's Not To Love

The continuous development of both commercial and high-density housing affects the overall quality of life in Thompsonville. However, due to it being well-developed, residents have easy access to a variety of modern conveniences and family-friendly amenities.

Is it for me?

Who is this neighborhood for

Thompsonville is an excellent choice for urban sophisticates, families, highly educated executives, and active retirees. This exclusive community is uniquely immersed and oftentimes characterized by refined tastes, cultural inclinations, and the means to live well in a neighborhood with an urban-suburban mix feel.

If you are interested in living in one of the highest income neighborhoods in America, I will be happy to help you. Please send me a message with any real estate-related questions about the area.

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Meet the locals

Who Lives in Newton?

Population

87,960

Median Age

41

Median Household Income

$207,563

Home Ownership Percentage

72.0%

Education: Associates Degree or Higher

82.32%

Cost of Living Score

215.5

Entertainment

Things to do in Thompsonville

Bowen Upper Field

Have a relaxing day off by spending it on their beautiful green lawns. It is a perfect place to fly a kite, play with your dog or play baseball or basketball.

Life Time Athletic

Give yourself some pampering you deserve. This place boasts excellent gym service complete with the likes of a spa, jacuzzi, personal training classes, steam room, and immaculately clean space.

Hammond Pond Reservation

Enjoy spectacular views while fishing, hiking, or rock climbing.

Wegmans

The best place to shop for fresh produce. They have a great selection of wines and grocery items.

Education

Schools near Thompsonville

School Name
Grades
Admission
Newton South High School
9 – 12
Public
Charles E. Brown Middle School
6 – 8
Public
Bowen Elementary School
K – 5
Public
Brimmer and May School
PK – 12
Private
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