ABOUT THE PROJECT
Be one of the first to join the Lexington Meadows community located at Lily Pond Lane in Lexington MA.
Located in historical Lexington, Lexington Meadows is an ideal location for anyone seeking a balance between modern townhome living and a serene yet convenient location. Here you will enjoy the sophistication of this new 21-home Townhouse community while also enjoying 11-acre wooded setting providing a comforting refuge.
Lexington Meadows abuts the Great Meadows conservation tract of 183 acres. A setting that welcomes hiking, biking, and family fun. And it’s dog friendly! Check out map of Great Meadows here.
With a rich history, Lexington offers one of the highest-ranking school districts in the country. Check out our Community Page where you’ll find links to area amenities, education, family and cultural activities including the Minuteman Bikeway.
Lexington Meadows is close to Lexington Center where you’ll find financial, personal and professional services, boutiques, specialty eateries and fine dining, coffee and ice cream shops, cultural settings and casual eating. The town offers many options for fresh, locally grown food including Wilson Farm, a Lexington classic selling farm fresh produce since 1884, and the weekly Lexington Farmers Market.
Lexington Meadows offers 21 luxury Townhomes with the convenience of an attached 1 or 2 car garages. Finished basements offer the option of a bonus room, and an additional bathroom and/or wet bar.
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ARLINGTON'S GREAT MEADOWS
Lex Meadows Abuts 183 acres of Conservation Land
Arlington's Great Meadows is a 183-acre parcel of natural open space owned by Arlington and located in east Lexington. Once a glacial lake, it is now a wet meadow surrounded by uplands created by glacial outwash.
Arlington's Great Meadows has long served as public open space and is a popular recreational spot, particularly since the opening of the Minuteman Bikeway on its southern border.
It also provides a home for local wildlife. To date, 56 species of birds have been found nesting in Great Meadows, 12 species of amphibians and reptiles live there, and 251 species of plants grow in the wet meadow and uplands.
Lexington is the site of the American Revolution and the “Shot heard around the world”. The Town and the adjoining communities feature museums and National Parks of revolutionary, pre industrial, industrial and modern periods. There's always more to know about the town and its historic background.