There is a wide variety of selection on the housing market in Burlington, and house hunters have varying price ranges.
So what are the three most and least expensive homes currently for sale in town? Find out below, according to
Zillow.com. You can click through photos of the homes above.
Three most expensive
24 Skilton Lane - Currently the most expensive home in Burlington, this 3,150 square foot Oversized Cape features a designer kitchen, a private back yard and an outdoor patio. It has 4 bedrooms and 3 baths. It is listed for $789,000.
44B Seven Springs Lane - This Townhome, built in 2008, has 2,842 square feet of floorspace. It has 3 bedrooms and 3.5 baths and features an open floor plan, a back deck and a fireplace. It is listed for $749,000.
1 Stephanie Street - This Colonial, built in 2013, features an oversized great room with vaulted ceiling and gas fireplace, hardwood throughout first floor and a kitchen with a center island. It has 4 bedrooms, 3 baths and is listed for $749,000.
The least expensive
12 Hampden Avenue - Currently the least expensive property in Burlington, this 5-room home needs a little work. It is 907 square feet and has 2 bedrooms and 1 bath and has a private backyard. It is listed for $259,900.
13 Wyman Street - This historic home built in 1734 has 8 bedrooms and 2 baths. It features a circular stairway in the front entry to the 7 fireplaces, front and rear staircases and this home is adorned with period details. It is listed for $380,000.
26 Francis Wyman Road - This Gambrel, built in 1976, has 1,591 square feet of floorspace and features an updated kitchen, hardwood floors and a living room with a fireplace. It is listed for $384,500.