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Sitting at 175 Centre Street in Quincy, MA puts Lincoln Heights in a convenient location with fast access to downtown Quincy and the Adams T Red Line station. This attractive apartment complex provides residents with a gateway to I-93, I-95 and Route 3 and is less than 20 minutes from the bustling city of Boston.

Boasting a 24-hour fitness center, an Internet café, communal grilling areas and an outdoor pool with a sun deck, Lincoln Heights has all the modern amenities that tenants expect from a luxury apartment complex. The onsite clubhouse is the perfect place to gather with neighbors, and scheduled events provide opportunities for residents to get to know each other better. A smoke-free environment ensures that everyone enjoys a clean atmosphere for indoor and outdoor activities.

The one- and two-bedroom apartments at Lincoln Heights include beautiful high ceilings, granite countertops and ceramic flooring. Walk-in closets and linen closets provide ample storage space; extra storage is also available onsite. Each kitchen features a full suite of modern appliances, and washer/dryer units are included in all apartments. Tenants also enjoy built-in bookshelves on every floor and wood fireplaces in second- and third-story units. Private balcony space offers a place to relax any time of the day.

A pet-friendly policy that includes an outdoor dog run makes it possible for man's best friend to share in the experience of living at Lincoln Heights. Along with reserved parking and flexible leasing terms, this convenience makes these attractive units accessible to all.

Located 8 miles south of downtown Boston in West Quincy, the beautifully-landscaped Lincoln Heights community features the ultimate in luxury and convenience. From retail shopping to entertainment to recreation to historical attractions, the area offers the ideal environment for a place to call home, and it's only a short walk to the MBTA Red Line station as well.

The updated apartments are available in one- or two-bedroom options. One-bedroom, one-bath apartments range from 618 square feet for $1,820 per month to the 716-square-foot vaulted-ceiling unit for $1,915 per month. Two-bedroom, two-bath apartments range from 968 square feet for $2,020 per month to the 1,051-square-foot unit with wood-burning fireplace for $2,250 per month.

Each gorgeous apartment includes central air conditioning. The towering ceilings are over 9 feet high, and many units feature vaulted ceilings. For added elegance, hard-surface flooring and a wood-burning fireplace are available in select units.

The contemporary kitchen features granite counters, a dishwasher and a microwave.

The spacious walk-in closets contain built-in shelving, and there's extra storage space available for all those items you just can't do without. The convenient in-unit washer and dryer free you from the need to take that extra trip to the commercial laundromat. Each unit also features a private balcony for those much-deserved downtimes.

The smoke-free, pet-friendly community offers convenient on-site management and many exclusive social events. Gather with your neighbors and relax around the fireplace in the community's clubhouse. For active residents, there's the opportunity to swim in the on-site pool or work out in the always-open, 24-hour fitness center. After you've worked up an appetite, prepare a relaxing meal in the outdoor grilling area.

For the entrepreneur who disdains commuting for long distances, there's the option to work in the on-site business center that includes a printer. Both personal and business mailing is available through the community's package service.

Residents enjoy free parking and can conveniently take their vehicles to nearby highways.

West Quincy Neighborhood

Only 8 miles south of Boston, the West Quincy neighborhood is bordered by Quincy Center to the east, Wollaston to the north, South Quincy to the south and Milton and the Blue Hills Reservation to the west.

The 7,000-plus-acre Blue Hills Reservation boasts some of the finest natural beauty in the State of Massachusetts. The park's spectacular scenic views and challenging terrain attract serious hikers from the entire Boston area. Walkers and hikers from all levels of experience can choose from 125 miles of trails, which take them through the park's diverse environment that includes meadows, marshes, forests, swamps and even an Atlantic white cedar bog. Dogwood and lady's slipper are just a couple examples of the park's lovely vegetation. Animals that make their homes in the reservation include coyote, red fox, white-tailed deer, turkey vulture, wild turkey, copperhead and the endangered timber rattlesnake.

The reservation's easier hiking trails are ideal for families with young kids. They include the relatively-level 2.5-mile Wolcott and Border Path that winds among stately hemlocks and pines, the short .75-mile Houghton's Pond Loop that's especially attractive during the colorful fall season, the mostly-level 2-mile Dark Hollow Loop around the base of Tucker Hill, the 2-mile Wolcott Path Loop through hardwood forests and the 3-mile Braintree Pass Path that winds along stately hemlocks, slopes covered with mountain laurel and an Atlantic white cedar bog.

A moderately-challenging, yet relaxed and isolated path is the 3.75-mile Ponkapoag Pond trail winding around a large bog and through the reservation's marshlands.

Mountain bikers can also enjoy some of the reservation's trails that take the bikers in such areas as both the Little and Great Blue Hills, Houghton's Pond, Ponkapoag and Ponkapoag East, Flow Meadows and West Street. Bikers under sixteen must wear headgear, as required by state law.

Cross-country skiers are welcome to use the trails during the winter snow season, which usually lasts from mid-December to mid-March, and downhill skiers may use the Blue Hills Ski Area. Other activities to enjoy on the reservation include horseback riding on the hiking trails and rock climbing.

Houghton's Pond Recreation Area is an ideal spot for swimming, as there's an on-duty lifeguard for safety. Visitors can participate in other activities at Blue Hills Reservation, such as fishing, golfing, canoeing, kayaking and non-motorized boating. Facilities located in the reservation include a visitor center and restrooms. There are many educational attractions, as well, including a museum, a science center and the Great Blue Hill Meteorological Observatory, from which visitors can enjoy spectacular views of the Boston area. The oldest continuous weather-recording station in the nation, the observatory and its tower are listed in the National Registry of Historic Places.

Another popular neighborhood recreational spot is Kincaide Park, located across the street from Lincoln Hancock Elementary School. Named for Colonel Henry Kincaide, a successful Quincy businessman and Spanish-American War veteran, the lighted park features a tennis court, baseball, softball and soccer fields, street hockey and children's playground equipment.

West Quincy Restaurants

From American to Mexican, West Quincy restaurants feature a variety of cuisines to please every taste. The upscale Alba Restaurant is a premier neighborhood steak house. The roomy bar and lounge area is a perfect place to gather with neighbors for a relaxing experience. The peaceful, cozy dining room is ideal for that intimate meal. Summer diners can enjoy the warmth of the "awesome roof deck" that features a bar and ample seating.

The Alba is a great venue to hold your special event or function. The private Wine Room dining suite is an excellent place for a business dinner, engagement, birthday party or bridal shower. For larger events, such as anniversaries, graduations or corporate outings, the second-floor Madison Room features a bar, restrooms and access to the elevator and roof deck.

Alba's menu is high-end, but patrons agree the experience is worth the price. Starters include New England clam chowder and baked oysters. Salads range from the classic mixed greens with feta cheese and balsamic vinaigrette to Alba's large specialty salad, Alba antipasto with lamb kafta. Plates include house-made Bolognese with garganelli pasta and the top-of-the-line Prime Brandt Tomahawk.

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