t’s Memorial Day weekend and in the Greater Boston area that means somewhere within driving (or walking distance) you can watch a parade. No matter your age, it is almost impossible not to get caught up in the excitement of marching bands, colorful floats, local youth groups throwing candy, waving dignitaries and ear shattering, siren [...]
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April vacation is fast approaching and once again parents are thinking of ways to keep the kids entertained during the school break. As we did for February school vacation, we have developed a list of some of the area's best things to do during April school vacation.. This year April vacation week is April 17th to 21st, meaning not much time to plan.
If you are looking to buy a new home in the Greater Boston area, more than likely the town of Lexington has made it to the top of your list and we can understand why.
This historic town is one of the most sought after towns in our area and here are five of the top reasons why we think you should consider a move to Lexington.
- Top-Rated Schools – Massachusetts is home to some of the highest quality schools in the nation and Lexington is a notch above. The public schools in Lexington are highly rated: Lexington High School is ranked No. 9 in the Bay State and No. 64 nationally according to U.S. News and World Report. GreatSchools.org consistently gives the elementary and middle schools in Lexington a 10 rating. The student to teacher ratio is 13:1 and the average spending of $17,496 per student is 64% higher than the national average. The New York Times blog The Upshot shares that Lexington 6th graders achieved at a level 3.8 grades ahead of the national average.
- Rich in History – Every school age child has learned about the “shot heard ‘round the world,” but few actually get to say that they live in the birthplace of Liberty. Lexington, founded in 1713, hosts annual reenactments on Patriot’s Day on the Lexington Green and is home to the National Heritage Museum, the Minuteman Bikeway and other historic sites.
- Livability – This historic town has a vibrant town center with upscale shops and restaurants, green space, forests and over 100 walking trails, 26 walkable conservation areas and access to the Minuteman Bikeway. This charming town is close to major shopping, has its own symphony, natural reservoirs, libraries, museums and a small-town movie theater.
- Easy Commute – Commuting in and around Boston can be a bit of a challenge, but residents of Lexington enjoy a ½ hour commute into the city, quick access to the Alewife T Station in Cambridge and close to Rte 95 and Rte 2.
- Neighborly – The sense of community in Lexington makes it a truly special town to call home. Join neighbors at an old-fashioned Home Day celebration, cheer on local groups at the Patriot’s Day parade or spend a warm summer evening at one of the summer concerts. In the fall, stroll along to enjoy the arts and crafts fair and celebrate the holidays at the lighting ceremony at Lexington Green in December.
If you are looking to buy a home in Lexington, we can help. We are currently offering a beautiful new construction home located in a great, private neighborhood. Call us to learn more or to tour this stunning home.
This Single-Family in Waltham, MA recently sold for $385,000.
This is a Bungalow style home and features 7 total rooms, 2 full baths, 3 bedrooms, 0.24 acres, and was sold by
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