Lexington MA Real Estate
Neighborhood highlights: Real Estate, landmarks, recreation and more
You know you are in historic Lexington when you pass the Battle Green Park and Minuteman Statue which was dedicated on April 19, 1900. Lexington features the Minuteman Bike Trail, the 900 acre Minuteman National Park and many colonial era landmarks including the Monroe Tavern and the Hancock Clarke house. Every April, Colonial re-enactments rule the day in Lexington on Patriots Day.
Located in East Lexington is the sprawling meadow and marshland known as the Great Meadow, which is owned by its neighbor, the town of Arlington . Interesting real estate, shops and restaurants align Massachusetts Avenue. You will find the “Lexington Flick" theater tucked in a convenient Center location. Capes, Colonials, Ranches, Contemporaries, Antiques, Victorians and Tudors are among the styles of Lexington MA homes you’ll find in the town neighborhoods of Meriam Hill, Loring Hill, the Manor and East Village.
No on-street overnight parking is permitted in the town of Lexington.
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