Somerset Single Family Homes for Sale

Home to roughly 18,200 residents, the mid-sized coastal town of Somerset, Massachusetts, is a lovely place to buy a home in New England. Possessing an alluring rural, small-town charm, Somerset is located in proximity to Swansea and Fall River. The town is accessed from Fall River by crossing over the Braga Bridge on Interstate 195, and by crossing the Brightman Street Bridge on US Route 6. Route 103 and Route 138 also pass through Somerset, which means traveling to and from the community is quick and easy. Speaking of transportation, Somerset has bus service provided by the Southeastern Regional Transit Authority, which runs along Route 6. Nearby Fall River also has a regional bus service, and there is a commuter rail in Providence.

Beyond its charming small size, abundant natural beauty, and proximity to transportation routes, Somerset also has plentiful recreation opportunities. On nice days it is not at all uncommon to see skateboarders, rollerbladers, joggers, bikers, and people walking their dogs. The town also has a beach, and for those that prefer a climate-controlled activity, or for rainy days, there is a bowling alley in town as well. The closest shopping mall is in Swansea, which is only a five-minute drive away; however, you can find most of your grocery needs at Auclair’s Market and Stop and Shop in Somerset. Dining options in the town include a nice balance or chains and local eateries, including Magoni’s, Roger’s, Gus’s Pizza, Ma Ruffa’s, Asian Platter, and Chilli’s.

Additionally, because Somerset is situated in the central hub of southeastern Massachusetts, many of New Englands’s major tourist hotspots are an hour drive or less away. Destinations easily reached from Somerset include Newport and Providence, both only thirty minutes away, as well as Cape Cod, Plymouth, and Boston, each roughly one hour from Somerset. With so many appealing features, Somerset is a must-consider option for homebuyers in New England. There are three primary neighborhoods in Somerset from which buyers may choose, Town Center, Brayton Point, and Pottersville. The Somerset single-family homes found in these neighborhoods vary in age, size, and style. Because of the diversity found among Somerset homes for sale, listing prices tend to fall in a relatively broad range. If you would like to learn more about available single-family homes in Somerset, Massachusetts, please let us help you and contact us today.