Lincoln Real Estate Information
Incorporated in 1754, Lincoln has a population of 8,594, including residents of Hanscom Air Force Base, according to 2016 estimates, and is located 18 miles northwest of Boston. Some of the town’s notable points of interest include Decordova Museum and Sculpture Park, Drumlin Farm and Gropius House and Museum.
Here are some brief real estate-related facts about the Lincoln community:
Properties are serviced by private sewerage systems, and almost all have town water.
The train line has one stop in Lincoln, and the train into Boston goes to North Station.
The 2018 tax rate is $13.60 per $1,000 of valuation.
The town’s schools include the Hanscom Primary (preschool - grade 3) and Middle Schools (grades 4 - 8), serving the children of the military personnel of Hanscom Air Force Base, and the Lincoln Schools (one for grades K - 4 and the other for grades 5 - 8). The Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High School is located in Sudbury and serves students in grades 9 - 12.
Lincoln is a town in Middlesex County.
Lincoln, MA Community Services and Organizations
Here are some links to provide you with additional information on Lincoln and its many community services and organizations: