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What Was the Most Expensive Home Sold in North Reading in 2013?

North Reading had one million-dollar home sale in 2013, according to New England Moves.

8 Shasta Drive. Photo credit: New England Moves.
8 Shasta Drive. Photo credit: New England Moves.

As we close the books on 2013, let’s take a look at North Reading real estate.

More specifically, let’s see which single-family homes sold for the highest amounts in 2013.

The top home sale of the year was on Shasta Drive. The colonial went for $1.165 million. It was on the market 225 days until the 5,864 square-foot home on 1.29 acres was sold on Aug. 30, according to New England Moves.

Here is a list of the top five home sales in North Reading in 2013:

1. 8 Shasta Drive

Sold for: $1.165 million

Last list price: $1.225 million

Sold date: Aug. 30

Six bedrooms, six-and-a-half bathrooms

Listed by: Classified Realty Group, LLC, Geralyn Farrelly

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2. 13 Tarbox Lane

Sold for: $992,500

Last list price: $1.049 million

Sold date: Oct. 8

Four bedrooms, three bathrooms

Listed by: Fitzgerald & Associates, Priscilla Fitzgerald

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3. 3 Barbie Lane

Sold for: $975,000

Last list price: $1.195 million

Sold date: Sept. 6

Four bedrooms, three full bathrooms, three partial bathrooms

Listed by: Dooley and Mason Realty Group, Judy Mason

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4. 6 Hannah Graves Way

Sold for: $970,000

Last list price: $989,900

Sold date: July 17

Four bedrooms, two-and-a-half bathrooms

Listed by: Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage, Michael McNiff

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5. 12 Deerfield Place

Sold for: $965,000

Last list price: $959,900

Sold date: Dec. 10

Listed by: Renaissance REALTORS®, William B. Hoey

Five bedrooms, three full bathrooms, two partial bathrooms

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