Home to roughly 90,000 hard-working residents, the remarkable City of Lynn, Massachusetts, is Essex County's largest city. Culturally diverse and densely populated, this vibrant community has long been a commercial and urban manufacturing center with an ideal location. You’ll find Lynn on Massachusetts Bay's northern shore, only nine miles north of Boston on the Atlantic Coast. Lynn is bordered by the Atlantic Ocean and Swampscott on the east, Salem and Peabody on the north, Lynnfield and Saugus on the west, and Revere and Nahant on the south. Worcester is only fifty-one miles west, Portland, Maine is only ninety-five miles north, and New York City is only two-hundred twenty-nine miles away.
In addition to an excellent location, Lynn also has a long, rich history, similar to that of most of New England. It is well preserved in its libraries, historical society, museums, and in historical buildings throughout the city. For example, there are many structures in The Commons neighborhood of Lynn that were constructed in the 19th century and have had little alteration. These buildings, which include residences, religious, and civic buildings are why The Commons was added to the National Register of Historic Places in the early 1990s. In the heart of this delightful neighborhood is an extensive grassy area from which the community derives its name. The Commons open space provides terrific opportunities for outdoor relaxation and exploration, as does nearby Lynn Woods. Other exciting Lynn attractions in proximity to The Commons include Lynn Memorial Auditorium, the Grand Army of the Republic Museum, Wyoma Square, Gannon Golf Club, and Pine Grove Cemetery, to name a few.
Homes for sale in The Commons include houses of varying architectural styles including Queen Anne, Federalist, Revival, and Colonial. There are also Colonial Revival apartments in The Commons, as well as townhomes, condominiums, modern and historical homes. Listing prices for available properties in The Commons neighborhood of Lynn fall in a broad price range depending on the home’s age, size, condition, and location. Most Commons real estate boasts mature trees on landscaped lots. If you would like to learn more about available homes in The Commons neighborhood of Lynn, Massachusetts, please give us the opportunity to assist you and contact us today.
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