Winchester, Massachusetts has developed from its colonial village beginnings into a thriving residential community noted for its fine public school system, beautiful homes and easy access to Boston.
A Victorian suburb at its loveliest, the center of town is a collection of small shops and businesses that attract local residents to shop and dine and gather. Located on the banks of the Aberjona River, the center is surrounded by landmark Victorian buildings such as the Town Hall. Brick walkways and lanterns lead to a Town Common which is quintessential New England.The Victorian village of Winchester has many wonderful turn of the century architectural buildings within a short walk to the Town Center.
The MBTA commuter rail to Boston runs through Winchester and is a short ten minute ride to the city.
Winchester has some of the top elementary schools in the state as well.
Many of the most prestigious homes that have been built in Winchester reside close to the Mystic Lakes. From the terraced lawns of Everett Avenue to the privacy and beauty of Myopia Hill with views of the Lake and Boston, the Mystic Lakes are a town treasure.
The Town of Winchester is fortunate to be surrounded by one of the most magnificent reservations around. With miles and miles of walking and biking trails, it's a pleasure to watch the seasons change over the reservoir.
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