Lexington, also known as the ‘Birthplace of American Liberty’, is within Middlesex County and is perhaps best known for being the location of the first ever shot fired in the American Revolutionary War during the Battle of Lexington back in 1775. Settled in 1642 and incorporated in 1713, Lexington is a small territory of just 16.5 square miles with a population of 31,394. Lexington has many neighboring communities which include Burlington, Winchester, Belmont, Woburn, Arlington, Waltham, Bedford and Lincoln.
What sets Lexington apart from most of the towns in The Greater Boston Area is it’s renowned educational system where options for where to send one’s child is plentiful. From having seven private schools, six elementary schools, two middle schools, Minuteman Regional High School, and Lexington High School. Lexington truly is a spectacular place to raise children into being successful, future contributing members of society. The Lexington school system has received many accolades over recent years. According to GreatSchools.com in April of 2011, the Lexington Public Schools rank a 9 on a scale of 10. In 2010, Boston Magazine ranked Lexington High School as the #3 school in all of Massachusetts.
Trail are rivaled by the Minuteman National Historical Park, the National Heritage Museum and more for which place is the most endearing to the town’s people, but nonetheless, they all compliment what today is one of the most sought after places to live.
Like the neighboring community of Concord, real estate in Lexington is primarily made up of single family homes. Lexington offers many million dollar plus homes for sale.
More about Lexington
- Town website
- Historical society
- Pine Meadows Golf Club
- Lexington Golf Club
- Stone Meadow Golf Club
- Boston Magazine Best Schools Issue
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