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One of the first settlements in Massachusetts, Lexington is home to many historical sites from colonial and revolutionary New England. Settled in 1642 and named Lexington in 1713, it became the birthplace of the American Revolution when the first battle of the war took place on Battle Green. While other surrounding towns industrialized, Lexington remained a modest New England farming community that preserved its history and heritage.
Today, Lexington persists as a picturesque New England community that cherishes its roots. Consistent with the colonial and revolutionary heritage, many of the homes in the area are high end single family colonials that are consistent with the rich history of the town. Lexington also houses a variety of historical sites, mainly from the colonial and revolutionary era. Read More

It is home to the oldest war memorial, the Revolutionary Monument, and celebrates Patriots day with Paul Revere’s famous ride and a reenactment of the Battle of Lexington. Lexington has a thriving town center which has various eateries, small businesses, and art galleries along with the Cary Memorial Library. Both Route 2 and Route 128 pass through Lexington, making it easily accessible to both Boston and the Mass Pike.

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Condo 14 $735,022 $1,395,000
Lots/Land 4 $968,500 $1,225,000
Multi-Family 1 $625,000 $625,000
Single Family 89 $1,430,843 $4,900,000

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