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Median Household Income


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According to Realtor.com, the median listing home price in Lincoln, RI was $469.9K in February 2023, trending down -14.6% year-over-year. The median listing home price per square foot was $276. The median home sold price was $475K.

Median home Listing Price


* As of Feb 2023
Median Sold Home Price


* As of Feb 2023
Average Days on market


* As of Feb 2023
Home Inventory


* As of Feb 2023

* Tax rate based per thousand - Sources: United States Census Bureau. 2020 American Community Survey 5-Year Estimates. U.S. Census Bureau, American Community Survey Office. Web. 7 December 2023. & Realtor.com



Lincoln, RI is a suburban town northwest of Providence. The town is made up of several different villages, including Saylesville, Albion, Manville, and Quinnville. It’s home to Lincoln Woods State Park, a beautiful hiking and equestrian destination for Rhode Islanders. The town attracts many visitors due to Twin River Casino and Hotel, the state’s largest entertainment and gaming venue. Living here is very convenient due to its close proximity to Providence and nearby highways like Rt. 146 and I-295. The dining scene is not something to be overlooked either! Take a look through our listings below for a view of updated and current homes for sale.

Lincoln Weather

The average high temperature in July is 82.76 degrees, with an average low temperature in January of 19.64 degrees. The annual precipitation is 49.83

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Life in Lincoln

Lincoln, Rhode Island, is a town rich in natural beauty and historical charm, offering residents and visitors a picturesque New England experience. The town's diverse landscapes, ranging from dense forests and rolling hills to serene lakes and rivers, provide abundant opportunities for outdoor activities like hiking, biking, and kayaking. Lincoln Woods State Park is a standout attraction, with its vast expanses of protected parkland offering a perfect setting for family picnics, swimming, and fishing.

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Schools & Education

The Lincoln Public Schools department contains six schools, including four elementary schools, one middle school, and one high school. All four elementary schools offer full-day kindergarten and Northern Lincoln Elementary offers pre-kindergarten programs as well. As a whole, the school district enrolls approximately 3056 students per year.

In August 2016, Lincoln High School was given a silver medal by US  News & World Report’s ranking of top high schools throughout the country. This is an award only 10% of U.S. schools receive.

Each of Lincoln’s four elementary schools received bronze medals in Rhode Island’s Healthier School Challenge contest, hosted by the United State Department of Agriculture’s Food and Nutrition Services in 2015. The challenge recognizes outstanding nutrition and physical activity programs.

Post Secondary Institutions

There are two post-secondary institutions in Lincoln — the Community College or Rhode Island (CCRI) and the Lincoln Technical Institute (LTI). CCRI is Rhode Island's largest two-year public school, serving over 18,000 students per year and offering a wide spectrum of academic coursework and degrees. LTI is a technical school, offering students training in skilled trades and professions with a focus on hands-on coursework and internships.

Getting Around...


Lincoln has two major highways passing right through it and connecting on the northern side of town  — Route 146 and I-295. For residents living here, this makes it really easy to get around. There are three main exits off Rt. 146 connecting to Twin River Road, Rt. 116, and Rt. 123. Each of these roads travels east to west across Lincoln and into Smithfield, RI.

What does that mean for you?

Travel to Providence in less than 15 minutes from nearly any neighborhood in Lincoln

Incredibly convenient to get travel around town for errands or other needs

Easy access to shopping and nearby amenities outside of Lincoln

Additional Transportation Information

  • Airport

    T.F. Green Airport

    Distance to T.F. Green Airport: 16.2 miles

  • Airport

    Providence Train Station

    Distance to Providence Train Station: 7 miles

Government, City & Town Links

For more information on Lincoln community events and government departments, please visit the official website

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