Lincoln, MA


Welcome to The Town of Lincoln MA! Lincoln is a part of Middlesex County, which according to the latest Census Bureau report, is the third fastest growing county in Massachusetts. Lincoln used to be a part of Concord until it was incorporated as a separate town in 1754. Lincoln was often referred to as “Niptown” because the town included parts “nipped” off from neighboring areas including Concord, Weston and Lexington. The Town of Lincoln offers a variety of Home styles.



    • Distance to Boston: 20 miles
    • Estimated Population: 6,362
    • The commuter rail service from Boston’s North Station is provided by the MBTA and stops in Lincoln


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The Lincoln Public School system serves 655 students and consists of One Pre-school, Two Elementary Schools that serve grades K-4, One middle School that serves grades 5-8, The Lincoln-Sudbury Regional High school that is shared with the Town of Sudbury and serves grades 9-12.

  • Lincoln/Sudbury High School: grades 9-12 (Shared with Sudbury and located in that town) Student Population: (1641) Per Pupil Expenditure: ($17,132)
  • Lincoln Per Pupil Expenditure: ($19,598) vs National Average ($11,392)
  • Percent to graduate High School: (96%)
  • Percent to attend College: (86%)


  • Residential Tax Rate (2018): $13.60 per $1000 Assessed Value
  • Average Price for a Single Family Home in Lincoln in 2017: ($1,109,491)
  • Average Price for a Single Family Home in Lincoln in 2016: ($1,183,661)
  • Percent Change: (6.3% -)



  • Hanscom Air Force Base is within city limits
  • Paul Revere was captured by British soldiers in Lincoln on the night of April 18, 1775
  • Lincoln is the home to sites including the DeCordova Museum and Sculpture Park 30 Acre Sculpture Park and Contemporary Art Museum on the shore of Flints Pond
  • Mass Audubon’s Drumlin Farm Wildlife Sanctuary-a wildlife sanctuary and working farm
  • MBTA Commuter Rail Service from Boston’s North Station on the Fitchburg Line stopping in Lincoln
  • Lincoln is bordered by Waltham, Weston, Wayland, Sudbury, Concord, Bedford and Lexington




Contact Coldwell Banker's Rachel Bodner 1-(978)-505-1466  or for all your Real Estate needs in Lincoln and other Metrowest Communities.


  • Participated in over 160 Home Sales from 2013 in 2017-2017 with over 42 Sides in 2017
  • The #1 Selling Agent for Units Sold in the Sudbury CBRB Office from 2015-2017
  • International President's Premier Associate
  • International President's Elite Society
  • Top 2% of all Coldwell Banker Associates
  • Numerous Sales and Customer Service Awards
  • Serving Lincoln and other Metrowest Communities

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