Tyngsboro, Massachusetts

Homes for Sale in Tyngsborough MA

Homes for Sale in Tyngsborough MA

Tyngsborough is a suburban community of approximately 12,000 residents as of the 2020 census located in northern Middlesex County. Tyngsborough is located along Route 3 and borders Nashua, NH. Tyngsborough offers convenient access to Route 3 for commuters and retail shopping over the border in Nashua.

Real Estate Market

The Real Estate market in Tyngsborough is strong. Tyngsborough's housing market is a mixture of single-family homes and condominium complexes. The estimated median house price in Tyngsborough for 2022 was $650,000 and the median condo price was $353,000 per the Massachusetts Association of Realtors.


Tynsgborough is home to the widely known Parlee Farm. Open from mid-June through to the end of October, Parlee is a large farm offering guests the opportunity to pick a wide variety of seasonal fruits, a small petting farm area, tractor rides and a farm stand. Throughout Tyngsborough you will also find many dining options, shopping opportunities and smaller entertainment options.

The town is also known for the Tyngsborough Bridge, a green painted, single-arched, steel bridge over the Merrimack River.

The LRTA #10 bus connects eastern Tyngsborough with Dracut and the Lowell train station on the MBTA Commuter Rail Lowell Line.


Tyngsborough maintains its own School System that is not shared with any surrounding towns and is also the home to Innovation Academy, an independent charter school for grades 5-12, Academy of Notre Dame, a private school and Greater Lowell Technical High School, a four-year vocational high school serving Lowell, Tyngsborough, Dracut, and Dunstable.

Below are links to the web pages for each of the public schools in Tyngsborough:


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