Lincoln is located West-northwest of Boston by about 12 miles as the crow flies or a 20-mile, 30-minute drive. Lincoln is a small community, about 6,000 people live here. Wikipedia has more to say about Lincoln, and so do we: Schools and other community resources.
- There is a commuter train and easy commuter access to Boston and Cambridge.
- The public schools are great, with Pre-K-8 all on one campus.
- 35% of the town’s land is in conservation status, with over 80 miles of walkable/skiable/snowshoeable trails (and many bikeable trails, too)!
- Free admission to the deCordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Drumlin Farm and Bemis Lectures among other perks.
Jeannine has lived here since 1976. Jess grew up here and has been back, as parent since 2013. Yeah, we’re happy to answer any questions about Lincoln!
There is a TON of info about the Lincoln, MA real estate market here on our website. (Click the Lincoln post tag in the tag cloud -> or browse blog posts below.) Here’s some basics:
Market stats for 2015:
48 houses sold in total, with and average of 3,792 square feet, an average list price (at the time of sale) of $1,231,596 and an average sale price of $1,173,342. On average, it took 72 days to receive an offer.
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Here are houses currently on the market for your viewing pleasure…