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Fitchburg, MA Real Estate

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Zip Code 01420

Median Home Value

The median home value in Fitchburg is $237,527. Fitchburg home values have gone up 8.3% over the past year according to Zillow.

Fitchburg, Massachusetts Population

Fitchburg, Massachusetts's estimated population is 40,882 according to the most recent United States census estimates.

About Fitchburg, MA

Fitchburg was first settled in 1730 as part of Lunenburg and was officially set apart from that town and incorporated in 1764. Fitchburg is noted for the "Rollstone Boulder", a 110-ton specimen of porphyritic granite. Located 46 miles from Boston, Fitchburg offers a convenient location for many who work in the city. Fitchburg offers a variety of transportation options, largely supplied by the Montachusett Regional Transit Authority (MART). MART operates fixed-route bus services, shuttle services, as well as paratransit services within the Montachusett Region. It also provides two connections to the MBTA Commuter Rail line at Fitchburg Station and Wachusett Station. The Fitchburg Station is the second to last stop on the Fitchburg Line from the North Station in Boston and the Wachusett Station is the last stop.
Fitchburg also has its own airport. The Fitchburg Municipal Airport occupies 335 acres off Airport Road in Fitchburg near the Leominster border.

Fitchburg Homes for Sale

Fitchburg has both public and private schools.

Public Schools
● Arthur M. Longsjo Jr. Middle School
● Crocker Elementary School
● Fitchburg High School
● Goodrich Academy
● McKay Arts Academy
● Memorial Middle School
● Montachusett Regional Vocational Technical School, also called Monty Tech
● Reingold Elementary School
● Sizer School
● South Street Elementary School

Private Schools
● Applewild School
● Notre Dame Preparatory School
● St. Bernard's Elementary School
● St. Bernard's Central Catholic High School

Colleges and Universities
● Fitchburg State University

Recreational Areas in Fitchburg, MA

Fitchburg has many parks that are great for outdoor activities. Coggshall Park is one of the most well known with miles of wooded trails branching out from around Mirror Lake and stone steps built into a hillside facing a gazebo on the water. This is a popular spot for weddings and photos. It’s a great place to relax and children can play on a small playground adjacent to the pond or have fun on the frisbee golf course.

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