Approximately 2,000 people live and work in Five Fields, a residential area outside the city of Lexington. There are other great apartments in the surrounding area. Even more apartments are available in the adjacent neighborhoods of Kingston and Woodhaven.
Cost of Living and Select Demographics
While making budget choices, it's important to note that living in Five Fields, a suburb of Lexington, is costlier than living in Kingston. The average household spends $94.6K/year in total expenditures, compared to Kingston's $63.2K/year.
The neighborhoods of Five Fields and Kingston are identical in terms of households that have children. In both neighborhoods, the percentage of households with children is 21%.
At $149.6K, the average income level in Five Fields is significantly higher than that of Kingston's, which stands at $85.1K.
Dining, Drinking and Recreation
Renters interested in the Five Fields area will enjoy the ease of eating out on Spring St. An active street home to many restaurants and recreational activities, Spring St. is a major neighborhood draw. Check out our apartment ratings and reviews to learn even more about local offerings. With our powerful apartment finder tool, you should have little trouble finding a new apartment in Five Fields.
Check out Commonwealth Pizza Inc in Five Fields and grab some grub you're sure to enjoy. On top of that, easy and delicious grub can be ordered up at Boston Market and McDonald's. Both restaurants are in the neighborhood.
Peruse the Yelp page and uncover even more Five Fields spots where you can relax with good food and great company.
Schools and School Districts
The schools near the apartments in Five Fields are Cotting School and Jonas Clarke Middle School. In most areas, the listed addresses of the apartments for rent you are interested in will likely determine what schools your children will be able to attend. Talk with local district administrators or representatives for confirmation.
A middle school in the Lexington Public district, Jonas Clarke Middle School has a very low student-teacher ratio of 10-to-1.
The six elementary schools, two middle schools and one high school in the Lexington Public district have a different proportion of students to teachers along with a different student-body size than Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical, with the former boasting lower ratios and fewer overall students. Lexington Public district has more blue ribbons and a higher Great Schools score than the Minuteman Regional Vocational Technical district.