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How Much Does An Average Home Cost in Mansfield?

Find out what it costs for an average home in Mansfield and neighboring communities.

You're probably going to be shocked to hear this, but... Mansfield's homes aren't uber-expensive. But they're not especially cheap, either.

The average cost of a Mansfield home ranks it 102th in the state of Massachusetts. 

In this year's edition of Coldwell Banker's national Home Listing Report, released Thursday, Nov. 29, the average price of a typical four bedroom, two bath home is listed at $292,152.

When it comes to Mansfield, however, that price is consistent $298,482 which makes it the 102th most expensive home market in the Commonwealth.

This year’s report analyzes more than 72,000 home listings in more than 2,500 U.S. markets, comparing the listing prices of similar homes in markets across the country from January 2012 to June 2012, according to Coldwell Banker.

Perhaps not surprisingly, Weston soared to the top of the list in Massachusetts, with an averge cost of $1,105,692—it's a price tag that landed the commonweath community in the 14th spot when it comes to most expensive homes in the country.  Springfield was at the very bottom of the state list (only made up of 116 communities) with an average cost of $136,405.

Most Expensive on the South Shore

Rank in Massachusetts Town Average Price 1 Weston $1,105,692 23 Walpole $646,710 30 Canton $594,778 40 Sharon $553,041 41 Easton $541,093 46 Wrentham $526,386 52 Franklin $499,658 55 Norfolk $487,981 57 Norwood $470,379 59 Stoughton $464,554 66 Millis $429,675 97 Attleboro $312,035 104 Mansfield

$298,481

116* Springfield

$136,405


Source: Coldwell Banker's Massachusetts Home Listing Report. Communities in Massachusetts were ranked from 1 to 116 in the report. Local Mansfield data from Trulia.com

G December 06, 2012 at 03:27 PM
This is clearly flawed. This is a point-in-time snapshot that does not factor in the condition of the homes for sale. Does anyone think it's more expensive to live in Stoughton than Mansfield? If you spend 10 minutes researching home listings online, you'll see there is not a meaningful difference in price for a 4 bedroom colonial in Wrentham, Mansfield, Walpole, Norfolk, and Easton.
M December 07, 2012 at 05:45 AM
That doesn't make sense AT ALL. Mansfield less expensive than Attleboro? Agreed with comment above.

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