Are you looking to buy a home or condo in a community near Boston perfect for young families?  Lexington MA is a beautiful town, rich in history and known for luxury.

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Patriot’s Day Reenactment (Boston.com)

 

Lexington, MA is a stunning suburban town that’s steeped in history and perfect for raising a family. From the Lexington Symphony to the Monroe Center for the Arts, there’s always something to do whether rain or shine. Ready to get outdoors? Head over to the golf course or driving range, or walk, bike or run on one of the nature trails located in the area.

While Lexington holds onto its small town feel, it’s also commuter-friendly. Buses are easily accessible, and the Minuteman Bikeway offers a nearly 11 mile safe haven stretch for cyclists.

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Location: Lexington is located in Middlesex County about 15 miles NW of Boston.

History: April 19, 1775 in Lexington marked the beginning of the American Revolution. The men who fell on the field that morning are buried underneath the Revolutionary Monument, which is America’s oldest war memorial. Until 1846, the town was a quiet farming community, and it has since grown into a thriving history-rich town that’s perfect for young families.

Local Info

Neighbors:  Burlington, Woburn, Winchester, Arlington, Belmont, Waltham, Lincoln, and Bedford.

MBTA Service: Lexington has 9 MBTA bus stops that are serviced by three separate routes. Route 62, Bus 62/76, Route 76.

Population: According to the 2000 Census, Lexington population is 30,355.

Schools:  Lexington’s public education system includes six elementary schools, two middle schools, and a high school. Lexington High School is ranked 11th in Massachusetts and 204th in the nation, The school received a gold medal by U.S. News & World Report in their list of best high schools. Click the link for the Lexington Public School system website.

Lexington Patriot’s Day Battle Re-enactment

Each year in mid-April, thousands of people flock to historic Lexington and Concord and Minute Man National Historical Park to celebrate Patriot’s Day.

Patriot’s Day is a special Massachusetts State holiday commemorating the opening battle of the American Revolutionary War, April 19, 1775. The holiday is celebrated with parades, reenactments and commemorative ceremonies.

Home Prices 

In 2012 the average price of a single-family home in Lexington was $912,821.  Search houses for sale in Lexington MA.

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