WELCOME TO LINCOLN!
For those interested in a country lifestyle with the all the beauty of some of Massachusetts’ more well-known historic towns, Lincoln is the place to buy. Located about 20 miles West of Boston, Lincoln offers a quiet town feel, beautiful historic homes, museums, and an immense 70 miles of trails through conservation land. The town’s understated feel attracts artists, doctors, writers, conservationists, entrepreneurs and CEOs alike.
The two-acre zoning law gives the town a rural feel and the many ultra-contemporary homes have been tastefully constructed to coexist peacefully with the town’s charming historic feel.
LINCOLN BY THE NUMBERS
Miles from Boston
Average Sale Price
Single Family Home, 2022
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Household, US Census
Average SAT Score
Top School Ranking
Boston Magazine Best Schools
in Greater Boston, 2023
MORE INFORMATION ABOUT LINCOLN, MA
With some of the top ranked schools in Massachusetts, Lincoln is an excellent option for any family. Continuing to carry the small town feel, Lincoln houses it’s K-8 public school at the Lincoln Campus, a beautiful 40-acre wooded landscape. Lincoln Sudbury-Regional High School in Sudbury continually receives excellent rankings and high SAT scores and college attendance rates. View the Lincoln Public Schools’ website for more information or click the links below for more information about each school.
South Lincoln has an MBTA stop running 7 days a week in between Boston and Wachusett. The town is conveient to Route 2 and Route 95, offering easy access to downtown Boston and Route 90.
Things to do
Aside from scenic beauty and a quaint town center, Lincoln holds many recreational activities such as Drumlin Farm Sanctuary, the DeCordova Museum, the Gropius House, the Pierce House, the Ephraim Hartwell Tavern and Captain William Smith House in the Minuteman National Historic Park, and the Carroll School. The Lincoln Recreation Department offers enticing seasonal activities for residents of all ages.
For the active person, Lincoln is home to 70 miles of trails. The town itself is made up of about 40% conservation land, all open to exploration. Due to all the open land, Lincoln is an excellent place to visit for activities such as swimming, horseback riding, boating, fishing, ice-skating, and cross-country skiing
MORE LINCOLN LOCAL ATTRACTIONS!
deCordova Museum - 15 Sandy Pond Road
Love Lane Specia Needs Horse Back Riding - 40 Baker Bridge Road
Codman Estate - 34 Codman Road
Drumlin Farm - 208 South Great Road
Codman Community Farm - 58 Codman Road
Gropius House - 68 Baker Bridge Road
Pierce House - 145 Lincoln Road, Lincoln
Just over the Lincoln Line in Concord, MA