Monterey, MA 01245

Once known for its factories and fur industry, the town transformed into a summer resort village before the Civil War. Rural and lakefront settings, the historic Bidwell House, artists’ galleries and the small town center are popular with summer visitors and seasonal homeowners. Recreational waters include 196 acre Lake Buel (shared with New Marlborough), 272 acre Lake Garfield, 30 acre Schweitzer Pond, and Benedict Pond in Beartown State Forest.

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School Data from Mass.gov:

No schools are located in Monterey, MA.

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Market Overview

  • 0,0,0,0,7830000,4154000,7543000,4650000,3310000,8664000,1042000,1688000
  • 0,675000,395000,0,999000,1250000,0,549000,0,1165000,2119000,0
  • 762000,0,0,1559000,679000,395000,1145000,974000,0,0,0,1590000

Information is deemed to be reliable, but is not guaranteed. © 2017

The yellow line represents the dollar value of the new listings entered into the MLS for this area each month.  The blue line shows the dollar volume of listings that were marked as sale pending each month and the red line indicates the dollar volume of sold listings each month for this region.  If you cursor over the line, you will see the exact number.

Residential Median Home Values amp;Monterey

  • 612000.00,612000.00,549000.00,549000.00,775000.00,775000.00,634500.00,747500.00,775000.00,702500.00,775000.00,702500.00
  • 198500.00,0,0,595000.00,679000.00,395000.00,572500.00,487000.00,0,0,0,500000.00

Information is deemed to be reliable, but is not guaranteed. © 2017

The yellow line tracks the median home values of each month for the entire market region, while the blue line shows the median value of sold properties for the same region.