New Golf Course Homes in Massachusetts

Are you looking to buy a new home in a Massachusetts golf course community? Welcome to the Massachusetts golf course community section of NewHomeSource.com! New homes on golf courses linked to both public and private golf courses are popular in Massachusetts. Whether you are looking for a resort property or gated community there are plenty to choose from. You will find condos and townhomes as well as estate properties to choose from.

Our easy-to-use search tools will help you with your real estate search for golf course homes. You'll find information about club houses, home elevations, floor plans and location on Massachusetts golf course communities. Begin your golf course living here!

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New Golf Homes in Massachusetts

Welcome to the Massachusetts golf course community golf homes section of NewHomeSource.com! Use our tools to find the right golf course home to fit your needs. On our site you'll find information about club houses, home elevations, floor plans and each location across Massachusetts.

Looking for a new home in a Massachusetts golf course community? Search no further! We have the new golf course home you’re looking for on NewHomeSource.com. With 9 new homes in 1 golf course communities in Massachusetts, we’re sure to have what you’re looking for. Customize your new golf course community home with one of 8 plans from 1 new home builders. Price and size vary according to builder, location, and personal preference, but our Massachussetts new golf homes generally range from 556,995 to 684,904 with 2 to 3 bedrooms and 2 to 3 bathrooms.

Massachusetts is home to 408 public and private golf courses across the state. With four places on Golf Digest’s top 100 golf courses, including The Country Club and Boston Golf Club, finding a golf course to suit your wants and needs is no problem. The local climate makes for beautiful golf weather lovely scenery with warm summers turning into snowy winters and the thick, deciduous forests come alive with bright, colorful leaves every fall. For the competitive golfer, the Massachusetts Golf Association hosts an abundance of amateur tournaments open to the public. Regional and tri-state matches between Massachusetts, Rhode Island, and Connecticut are options as well for golfers who like a little variety. For those who prefer the watch the pros, the Massachusetts Open and the U.S. Open bring in crowds each year as professionals compete to win the title. Come watch and play in your very own new golf course community home.