Homes for Sale in Lincoln

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Available Lincoln Real Estate Listings

Lincoln Real Estate Statistics October 25, 2020
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Listed
11
Avg. DOM
$244.78
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$435,000
Med. List Price
3 Properties
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Lincoln Information

The earliest homes in Lincoln were built starting in 1900.

The architectural styles of houses for sale in the Lincoln neighborhood include Bungalow, Ranch, Cape Cod, Cottage, Craftsman, Traditional, Daylight Ranch, Townhouse, English, Tudor, Custom, Mid Century Modern, Dutch Colonial, Contemporary, Foursquare, Georgian, Saltbox, and Prairie.

When describing Lincoln homes for sale, Realtors often note the territorial, wooded, city, park (or green belt), mountain, and river views. Houses here sit on level, corner, treed, gently sloping, sloped, terraced, cul-de-sac, secluded, green belt adjacent, gated, pond, and wooded lots.

Exterior Features

Visually, the overall look of the neighborhood is defined by homes with vinyl, wood, brick, aluminum, lap, cedar, fiber cement, shake, T-111, shingle, metal, stucco, stone, wood composite, asbestos, and block siding. Roof materials commonly used are composite, tile, metal, shingle, and slate.

Outside the main residence, properties could also likely include fences, patios, decks, porches, sprinklers, tool sheds, gardens, covered patios, covered decks, workshops, outbuildings, RV parking spots, dog runs, security lighting, free-standing hot tubs, outdoor fireplaces, raised flower beds, greenhouses, gas hookups, gazebos, satellite dishes, second garages, second residences, auxiliary dwelling units, pools, RV hookups, guest houses, rain barrels or cisterns, tennis courts, RV/boat storage spaces, saunas, and WaterSense irrigation systems.

Interior Features

Based on RMLS data, home sizes in Lincoln range from 468 to 7203 square feet with an overall average of 1961 square feet. A typical residence here is a 2 bedroom / 2 bathroom home.

Some of the interior features found in dwellings here include hardwood floors, dedicated laundry rooms, wall to wall carpet, wood floors, ceiling fans, tile floors, laminate flooring, washer and dryer units, high speed internet capabilities, granite, wainscoting, soaking tubs, high ceilings, quartz, jetted tubs, separate living quarters (apartment or auxiliary living unit), vaulted ceilings, sprinklers, air cleaners, sound systems, slate flooring, marble, solar tubes, bamboo floors, water softeners, central vacuums, water filters, intercoms, concrete floors, cork floors, home theaters, low-VOC materials, indoor pools, heatilators, engineered hardwood floors, reclaimed materials, heated tile floors, dumbwaiters, and linseed floors. Kitchens features could include built-in dishwashers, free-standing refrigerators, disposals, built-in microwaves, gas appliances, tile, pantries, stainless steel appliances, granite, plumbing for an ice maker, islands, built-in ovens, quartz, convection ovens, appliance garages, range hoods, instant hot water units, marble, butler's pantries, built-in refrigerators, water purifiers, double ovens, cook islands, free-standing gas ranges, ENERGY STAR qualified appliances, trash compactors, and wine coolers. Living rooms could include fireplaces, hardwood floors, wall to wall carpet, wood floors, ceiling fans, built-ins, vaulted ceilings, laminate flooring, high ceilings, wood stoves, sliding doors, wainscoting, tile floors, and bamboo floors.

Heating & Cooling

The heating systems for homes in the neighborhood could include forced air systems, heat pumps, wall furnaces, baseboards, zoned systems, wood stoves, ENERGY STAR qualified equipment, floor furnaces, and mini splits. Cooling systems could include central air, heat pumps, window units, wall units, and exhaust fans. Fuel sources commonly used are electricity, gas, oil, wood, and geothermal.

Lincoln Realtors®

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