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About the Town of Lincoln

Lincoln, MA, originally a part of the neighboring town of Concord, was incorporated as an independent town in 1754. Lincoln offers two-acre zoning which means that each home sits on a generous piece of land, and each property is unique. Residents enjoy Lincoln’s rural-suburban character. This bucolic town has an abundance of dedicated conservation land. Birders, hikers, and nature enthusiasts take advantage of the many walking trails and bodies of water found throughout town.

Where is Lincoln, MA?

Lincoln, MA, is bordered by Bedford, Concord, Lexington, Sudbury, Waltham, Wayland, and Weston. Lincoln is 24 miles south of Lowell, 17 miles northwest of Boston, and 41 miles northeast of Worcester.

How do you get to Lincoln?

The principal highway is Route 2 which connects State Route 128 and Interstate 495. There is a commuter rail stop located at 160 Lincoln Road, in Lincoln, MA. The train service offers easy access to Porter Square in Cambridge and North Station in Boston. Lincoln is a member of the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA), which provides THE RIDE, a paratransit service for the elderly and disabled.

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Who to call for Lincoln information

Board of Assessors | 781.259.2611

Building & Engineering | 781.259.2613

Fire Dept | 781.259.8111

Library | 781.259.8465

Police Dept | 781.259.8113

Tax Collector | 781.259.2605

Town Clerk | 781.259.2607

Water Dept | 781.259.8997

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MLS Listings for Lincoln Massachusetts Real Estate

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

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