Lynnfield, on the North Shore of Massachusetts is a pretty residential community, and typical of other New England towns, Lynnfield features attractive homes, open-spaces and active civic participation. Just 15 miles north of Boston and in proximity to major roads and highways, Lynnfield is an excellent place to settle for those who... Show all »
Lynnfield, on the North Shore of Massachusetts is a pretty residential community, and typical of other New England towns, Lynnfield features attractive homes, open-spaces and active civic participation. Just 15 miles north of Boston and in proximity to major roads and highways, Lynnfield is an excellent place to settle for those who want a quiet suburban life with easy access to the employment and cultural resources of the city.
Lynnfield features a charming town green in front of the town library and the Lynnfield Meeting House, erected in 1714. The library is an important town resource, offering story time programs for young children. Older children benefit from Lynnfield's high quality public school district, consisting of two elementary schools, a middle school and a high school.
Additionally the town promotes sports recreation for its young people with youth soccer, lacrosse and golf organizations. Other facilities offer tennis courts and ball fields. The government of this town, incorporated in 1814, and composed of open town meetings and a board of selectmen, encourages its 11,000 residents in civic duties. Many residents participate on a number of committees that keep services running smoothly in Lynnfield.
A community of many affluent homes, Lynnfield contains street after street of abundant grass and trees. The Reedy Meadow Golf Course at Lynnfield Centre, offers an eighteen hole public course at reasonable rates. Various parks throughout Lynnfield contribute further to the atmosphere of wide open space for all to appreciate.
Lynnfield, covering just over 10 square miles is conveniently adjacent to other towns and communities north of Boston including: Reading, North Reading, Wakefield, Peabody, Middleton, Lynn, Wakefield and Saugus. A short drive accesses Routes 1, 129 and Interstate 95/ 128, a major artery of the North Shore and a corridor of the high-tech industry.
In August 2008, the average home sales price for a single family home or condo in Lynnfield, MA was $569,069. While this data is collected from the MLS and deemed reliable, it is not guaranteed. « Show less
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