Winchester is an affluent community with a charming town center. Only eight miles northwest of Boston, this picturesque town, is noted for its top rated public school system, lovely homes, excellent quality of life and family-friendly atmosphere. Outdoor enthusiasts can enjoy swimming, golfing, tennis, sailing and more at Winchester?s Boat Club, Country Club, and nearby Swim and Tennis Club. With its easy access to Boston, Winchester is an ideal place for professionals to reside.
Commuter rail to Boston; bus to Red Line and Orange Line
Winchester is served by two commuter rail stations going to Boston. With direct bus service to Alewife (the Red Line) and Wellington Station (the Orange Line), and its proximity to I-93, there is easy access to and from Boston.
The town has five elementary schools (Ambrose
, Muraco, and Vinson-Owen
), one middle school (McCall Middle School), and one high school (Winchester High School).
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With superior test scores, the schools in Winchester are consistently recognized as being among the best in Massachusetts. Read about the top-rated Winchester public schools