Open House - 1:00 PM to 3:00 PMRobert Walsh26 Steeple Lane26 Steeple LaneLincolnRI02865https://propertyimage.leadingre.com/12304/0xA457A935FC83255BCF0E99E907FBA405/1.jpgTimeless design & quality construction is apparent inside and out of this meticulously maintained center-hall Colonial. Features include: Front Vestibule with honed granite flooring flanked with custom window seats. Two story Foyer with oak turned staircase, walnut handrails/newel posts and coffered ceiling. Library with fireplace, mahogany built-ins and leaded glass doors. Formal Dining room with built-in buffet, granite and decorative oval leaded glass window. Expansive Kitchen offers granite surfaces, 48" Viking range, Bosch and Sub-Zero appliances and built-in desk. Two story Great room has an oversized bluestone fireplace, surround sound system and 200 year old carved beams suspended above. Second floor offers Master Bedroom with fireplace, Guest suite, and 2 additional Bedrooms with jack/jill bath. Additional Game room/guestroom with full bath, wet bar, refrigerator and outdoor mahogany deck. Lower level offers a state-of-the-art Home theater, Workout room, Office and Playroom. Indoor living space flows effortlessly to the architecturally designed landscape with patios, mahogany decks, koi pond, orchard, heated saltwater gunite pool with pergola and 22 zone irrigation system. 3 car heated Garage with lower level access, hydro air heating/cooling, generator, security system. Recently replaced Andersen Architectural Series windows, roof and driveway. Town of Lincoln offers award winning schools, is just 10 minutes to downtown Providence/train, and 45 minutes to Boston.
The town of Lincoln was originally part of neighboring Smithfield and in the early days was home to quarrying activity in the “Lime Rock” section. It has been a suburban community for the cities of Providence and Woonsocket over the last two centuries. Lincoln became its own entity in 1871 when it was split off from Smithfield and named after the late President, Abraham Lincoln. The community today is mostly single family homes and small condominium developments. There are several historic homes, but there is a good mix of newer construction. The township consists of several small villages, notably: Albion, Lime Rock, Londsdale, Manville, Quinnville, and Saylesville.
Along the Great Road Historic District on Route 123 between the villages of Saylesville and Limerock lies a half-mile stretch along the Moshassuck River that showcases structures from the 17th to 19th centuries. Eleazer Arnold House, the Friends Meeting House, and the Hannaway Blacksmith Shop are included in this cluster of historic buildings.
Lincoln has easy access to Providence via the highway Route 146 and is now the home of several corporations, who left the cities for more space and easier commutes. A leading company in this area is Amica Insurance. The town is also home to the Community College of RI (CCRI).
For entertainment, the major attraction is Twin Rivers. This establishment started life as Lincoln Downs, a thoroughbred horse racing track. It converted over to Greyhound dog racing in the 1970s and started its path to a casino in 1992 when it added video slot machines to augment the declining revenues at the dog venue. Today, Twin Rivers is a thriving small slots casino and entertainment complex.
However, Lincoln still maintains its rural roots and the community is well respected as a suburban environment for the family raising children.
Lincoln Home inventory breakdown by property type
Of the 12 homes for sale in Lincoln, the breakdown of property types
is as follows: 58% Single Family, 17% Land/lot, 8% Rental and 17% Other.
58% Single Family
Area details, home facts and figures
Homes for sale
Average Home Size
4,761 ft² / 442 m²
($385,000 - $3,500,000)
Weather in Lincoln
The average high temperatures in Lincoln range from 36 in January to 81 in July
Average home income in Lincoln
The average household income of a Lincoln resident is $105,672 with an average home value of $319,973
Population of Lincoln
Lincoln has 17,196 residents.
Home ownership in Lincoln
The average level of home ownership in Lincoln is 73%.
Education breakdown of Lincoln
Education levels of residents of Lincoln include: highschool 24%, associate 6%, bachelor 21%, graduate 20%.
Households in Lincoln
Lincoln has 6,818 homes, built on average 55 years ago.
Information from in and around Lincoln...
You are Viewing 1 to 12 of 12 homes for sale in Lincoln. These homes are comprised of Single Family, Land/lot, Rental and Other. The average list price of these property results is 1,148,912. Prices are displayed as US Dollar. For more information on these homes for sale in Lincoln please contact our member brokerages to schedule a showing or view an open house.
The 12 homes for sale in Lincoln, RI are represented by 3 member brokerages serving the Lincoln area. Member brokerages representing the 12 homes include Lila Delman Real Estate, Residential Properties Ltd. and Randall Realtors.