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About the Town of Lexington

Lexington, MA, originally a part of the nearby city of Cambridge, was incorporated as an independent town in 1713. Did you know that the Battle at Lexington Green was the first battle of the American Revolutionary War? In addition to the town’s rich history, residents and visitors alike enjoy Lexington’s interesting architecture. While Colonial-style homes are widespread, the town is also home to several modernist neighborhoods. Abundant conservation land, an accessible rail trail, and a bustling town center are just a few of the things that make Lexington a great place to live.

Where is Lexington, MA?

Lexington, MA, is bordered by Arlington, Bedford, Belmont, Burlington, Lincoln, Waltham, Winchester, and Woburn. Lexington is 17 miles south of Lowell, 14.5 miles northwest of Boston, and 45 miles northeast of Worcester.

How do you get to Lexington?

The main highway in Lexington is Route 2 which connects State Route 128 and Interstate 495. While there are no commuter rail stops within the town of Lexington itself, there are stops located close by in Belmont (Common Street & Concord Ave), Concord (90 Thoreau Street), Lincoln (160 Lincoln Road), and Waltham (75 Carter Street). Commuters enjoy convenient train service access to Porter Square in Cambridge and North Station in Boston.

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Who to call for Lexington information

Board of Assessors | 781.698.4578

Building Dept | 781.698.4530

Collector / Treasurer | 781.698.4600

Fire Dept | 781.862.0272

Library | 781.862.6288

Police Dept | 781.862.1212

Public Works | 781.274.8300

Town Clerk | 781.698.4550

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MLS Listings for Lexington Massachusetts Real Estate

Information courtesy of the Department of Housing and Community Development and the official website of the Town of Lexington. Lexington Massachusetts Real Estate market data provided by IDX.

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