Lexington Homes for Sale
Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Lexington, MA. Only 20 miles to the northeast of the bustling city of Boston you can find the historical town of Lexington. Voted as one of the best of cities to raise a family in all of Massachusetts, Lexington is one of the most famous cities in the surrounding areas as it is home to the Minuteman Statue as well as the Revolutionary Monument. The first shots of the Revolutionary War were fired in Lexington, and with such a rich history the town is a hot spot for history buffs who want to explore war memorabilia, tour museums filled with relics and documents from the Revolutionary War as well as partake in or view war re-enactments. While the town has preserved the history that put Lexington on the map, today, Lexington is a quaint town that is lined with historical homes, scattered with parks, museums, as well as multiple shopping centers and restaurants for entertainment.
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More About Lexington
Students residing in Lexington will attend schools within the Lexington Public School District. With 11 public-school campuses, including a preschool, a technical high school as well as a community education program, students of all ages can excel in their learning and find a club, activity or area of study that is sure to fit their personalities and skills. The district as a whole has received exceptionally high ratings in nearly all categories ranging from academics, teachers and faculty, college prep and so much more. Should you prefer to enroll your students in a private education, you can also find a handful of private schools within the area such as Lexington Christian Academy.
Things to Do
One of the biggest places to visit within and surrounding Lexington is the miles of battle green at Minute Man National Historical Park. A handful of local museums with war memorabilia can also be found within Lexington, making the town a history buffs dream. Just outside of Lexington’s borders you can find Burlington Mall which boasts dozens of shops, restaurants as well as entertainment facilities such as Kings Dining & Entertainment, fun for the whole family! Whether you’re hoping to pick up a new hobby, release some stress or simply perfect your swing, the Belmont Country Club provides a beautiful private course for members to enjoy in addition to a long list of additional amenities including a sparkling swimming pool.
While Lexington is home to multiple styles of Real Estate, ranging from small 1 bedroom apartments, to beautifully restored historical homes, single-family homes make up the majority of residences within the city. Homes within the city can occasionally be found for below $600,000, however, with a median home value of nearly $900,000., Lexington Real Estate can easily reach into the multi-million-dollar range.
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