Winchester is a traditional New England town located 8 miles north of Boston and is a highly desirable suburb, popular among young families. Its charming downtown is full of unique shops and boutiques and its proximity to Boston and access to the commuter rail makes it an ideal location for professionals commuting into Boston. Winchester was incorporated in 1850 and named after Colonel William Winchester who donated $3,000 toward the construction of the new town hall. Unfortunately, Colonel Winchester died suddenly within months of the incorporation of the town bearing his name, never having set foot in the town.
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Winchester High School was ranked #10 by Boston Magazine There are 10 K-12 schools in Winchester, MA, including 7 public schools and 3 private schools. For a complete description of school scores, visit education.com.
Dining & Shopping
- A Tavola - A fabulous restaurant
- D'Agostino's - A must. The best subs ever
- Gingerbread Construction Company - Some of the most unique muffins you'll find in a variety of flavors
- The Black Horse Tavern - We love the veggie burgers here!
Parks And Recreation
- Middlesex Fells Reservation - A great place for a walk, stroll, jog or just to sit and enjoy a good book
Winchester has two stops on the MBTA Commuter Rail Lowell Line: Wedgemere and Winchester Center.