LCB Completes Renovations at Residence at Paine Estate in Wayland, Massachusetts

by Jeff Shaw

WAYLAND, Mass. — LCB Senior Living has completed a renovation project at the Residence at Paine Estate in Wayland, approximately 15 miles west of Boston.

The property, which sits alongside the Sudbury River, was purchased in the early 1900s by Edwin Farnham Greene, who built a brick mansion and installed gardens overlooking the river. In 1926, he sold the site to Frank and Virginia Paine and it became known as Paine Estate. 

Frank Paine was the son of a Civil War general who earned his fortune by investing in the nation’s budding railroad system. He was also a skilled yachtsman and game hunter whose travels returned many souvenirs, which decorated the Paine Estate’s great room. Virginia Paine hosted the Wayland Woman’s Club at the estate. 

In the mid-1990s, the house was converted into assisted living (known as Traditions of Wayland) and the grounds were preserved as conservation land. After managing Traditions of Wayland for over a decade, LCB Senior Living became its owners in 2022, renaming it The Residence at Paine Estate.

The community features 76 residential units and offers independent living, assisted living and memory care services.

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