Holden, an ideal place to raise a family, offers homes $395K to $740K

HOLDEN — The inventory of households for sale is minimal in this fairly large town, but

HOLDEN — The inventory of households for sale is minimal in this fairly large town, but its prospects for a great return on financial commitment and lots of leisure living are good.

This 36.2-sq.-mile town is positioned in the rolling hills of Central Massachusetts, just north of Worcester, and about 40 miles west of Boston.

Holden was integrated in 1741, and named for Samuel Holden, a director of the Lender of England. Its Town Typical was donated by Founding Father John Hancock, who also served as a governor of Massachusetts.

Next Earth War II, Holden began to changeover into its existing status as a “bedroom community” to the bordering urban locations.

The town’s present inhabitants is just less than 20,000.

According to realtor.com, eight single family members homes are presently for sale in Holden. They array from a 1,768 square foot a few-bed room stated for $395,000, to a 2,900-sq.-foot, 4-bedroom stated at $740,000.