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Lincoln is known as the fruit basket of Ontario, with a rich heritage that includes wineries, orchards, nature trails, and historical sites, all of which have been present here for decades and have shaped a charming culture.

Named after the United States' 16th president, Abraham Lincoln, the town was incorporated in 1970 and is now one of the most populated areas in the region. Lincoln is considered one of the best places to live or vacation in Ontario, with great schools, picturesque orchards and vineyards, and rich history.

Included below are homes for sale and real estate in Lincoln.

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Things to Do near Lincoln

As Lincoln is known for its vineyards and wineries, there is an extensive list of choices when you are in search of delicious local wine. Visit Kacaba Vineyards to taste their small-batch, locally produced wine with views of the Toronto skyline across Lake Ontario. They feature a weekend tasting event to meet your neighbours and find your newest favourite wine. There are also many local wine tours to get a taste, literally, of the vineyards in the area.

The city of Lincoln offers many recreation choices throughout the year for residents of all ages. Enjoy the local parks, pathways, arenas, and outdoor rinks or enroll your children in a community sport. There are sunset concerts every summer, senior events, and holiday-themed special occasions throughout the year.

Lincoln also has multiple community pools with affordable swimming lessons for residents every summer.

And of course, don't forget you live near one of the top tourist destinations in the world. With a location so close to Niagara Falls, it's easy to visit the falls again and again. And why wouldn't you? Whether you spend the day on a boat touring the falls or just stop by for a peaceful moment taking in the powerful scenery, it's an inarguable perk of living in Lincoln.

Visit Ball's Falls Conservation Area, just a brief drive from Lincoln. There are interactive and educational displays, some that are permanent and others that rotate to engage visitors of all ages. The falls themselves are beautiful, smaller than Niagara Falls but eye-catching in their own way. The surrounding community has been lovingly maintained to preserve the character of the 19th-century town that depended on the falls as a central resource. Watch for special events throughout the year, and visit during different seasons to observe how the characteristics of the falls change with the water levels.

For a flavorful meal in a charming setting, try The Good Earth Food and Wine Co. With a delicious menu and extensive wine list characteristic of the region, they are the perfect place for a memorable meal in an approachable atmosphere. They also host cooking classes on a regular basis to broaden your culinary horizons.

Lincoln Schools

There are many excellent education options in Lincoln, including private and public schools. Public schools in the area are a part of the District School Board of Niagara, a school board with an excellent reputation.

Lincoln Real Estate

The real estate market in Lincoln primarily features spacious acreages and historic homes, with the opportunity to own a property with space for a large family and an impressive garden. Properties in Lincoln generally being above $1 million, with historic homes featuring multiple structures on one lot common in the area. You will also find some newer construction homes, including townhomes and single families homes on smaller lots for those with a more conservative budget or hoping for a lower maintenance property. Townhomes in Lincoln begin in the mid $600,000s.

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