Rich History in Lincoln California

In 1859 Lincoln became an official town and many of the original buildings are still downtown. Have you ever been curious about what some of those old buildings used to be? Well, you can visit our local museum and find out about that and much, much, more! The Lincoln Area Archives Museum is a fun place to learn some history about our special city. A few of the volunteers there are actual descendants of some of Lincoln’s early pioneers. When we visited the museum we learned the reason the Zebra is Lincoln High School’s mascot and enjoyed seeing one of the original desks from the school. The items they have on display there range from ancient Native American artifacts to old high school year books. You’ll love looking at photographs and uniforms of the original Potters baseball team. The admission is free and there are “hands-on” displays for the kids to explore.  After your visit you can walk around the corner and grab a bite to eat at one of the local restaurants. It’s truly fascinating to see how much history Lincoln has. So go take a look and increase your knowledge of this great little city.

Lincoln Area Archives Museum

640 5th Street

Lincoln, CA

916-645-3800

Mon-Sat 11-3

Beautiful Home Next To Coyote Park Pond!

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You’ll be impressed by this beautiful 12 Bridges Home that has tremendous curb appeal. The upgraded exterior elevation includes brick work, black shutters and a quaint front porch. The exterior of the home has been recently updated with new stucco and paint. This home has a great location just down from Coyote Pond Park where you can wind down from the stress of the day and enjoy the trails, playground and fishing! This 3868 sf floor plan is one of the most desirable plans in the community. The excellent floor plan consists of a bright and sizable downstairs bedroom with an en suite bath, huge master with a spacious walk-in closet, bonus room, loft, 3additional bedrooms upstairs, separate formals as well as a great room concept kitchen and family room. The handyman will love the oversized 4 car garage and the boat or RV parking on the side of the home. Everyone will like the pool-sized back yard that features a perimeter key-stone wall, flagstone sitting area and a large freeform patio. You won’t be disappointed with this beautiful turn-key home that is located in one of Lincoln’s most desirable neighborhoods.

Offered at $539,000

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