profile: Town of Essex, Massachusetts (Profile) MA - 05/09/07 12:25 PM
Essex is a small friendly town situated on the banks of the Essex River. Throughout it's history of rich of having rich farmlands and commercial fishing the people of Essex have maintained a small town charm. Downtown is quaint with local restaurants serving a wide variety of cuisines. Boating charters from the Essex River reveal some of the most diverse fresh water salt water marshes in the country. Conservationists and naturalists come throughout the year to learn about this eco system. Strong willed residents have preserve this resource while instituting controlled growth.
Commuters have direct access to major highways and travel … (2 comments)

profile: Town of Georgetown, Massachusetts (Profile) MA - 05/08/07 05:01 PM
Nestled in the heart of Essex County, Georgetown, Massachusetts has a classic rural character featuring large tracts of open space and conservation lands to preserve it's natural beauty. Originally settled in the early 1600's by English immigrants out of Salem, MA, Georgetown became a vibrant farming community. Today you can still find local farms offering native sweet corn and fresh produce. 
Located  30 miles North of Boston, Georgetown has easy access to I -95 and I 93 which gives commuters travel options to their place of employment. You can find a diverse selection of properties ranging from antique farmhouses, country estates, … (1 comments)

profile: Town of Amesbury Massachusetts(Profile) MA - 05/07/07 03:43 PM
Welcome to the Town of Amesbury, Massachusetts located northeast of Boston located on the New Hampshire border. Historically, a small farming and fishing community located on the Merrimac River, Amesbury maintains a quaint warm atmosphere to live.
Today, you can see a thriving business community downtown with small shops, offices and professional practices located inside former mill buildings besides the Merrimac River. Local artist galleries, restaurants, boutiques and coffee shops are a sample of the amenities offered in this bedroom community.
For addtional information about the Town Of Amesbury, Massachusetts please click on the link provided: http://town.amesbury.ma.us today.
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profile: Town of Andover Massachusetts (Profile) MA - 05/07/07 03:06 PM
Welcome to Andover, Massachusetts a bedroom community located north of Boston in the Merrimac Valley. Situated close to major travel routes, Andover is a prime location in Massachusetts to live in. Centered around Phillips Academy one of the most prestigous private schools in America, this town features many classic New England colonials, large estate homes as well as numerous historic buildings. The downtown business district offers all the amenities for comfort while maintaining it's historic charm.
The Andover Inn located on the campus of Phillips Academy is a popular institute for social gatherings, business meetings and weddings. The manicured grounds, mature landscapes … (0 comments)

profile: Town of Marblehead, Massachusetts(Profile) MA - 05/03/07 03:22 PM
Welcome to the Town Of Marblehead Massachusetts located 15 miles north of Boston. This bedroom community on the New England seacoast has a rich history.
Incorporated in 1649, Marblehead is known for playing a major role in the American Revolution. General George Washington recruited the sailors of this town to join the Navy during the American Revolution. The new Continental Navy needed skilled men to take on the superior British fleet at sea and Marbleheaders were some of the first to take up arms on the high seas.
Today Marblehead boasts one of the finest harbors on the North Shore. Boating is big … (3 comments)

profile: Swampscott, Massachusetts (Profile) MA - 05/02/07 07:52 AM
Settled in 1629, this small seacoast town offers all the amenities for a comfortable lifestyle. Located 15 miles North of Boston, Swampscott has great beaches, excellent schools, fine and casual dining, cafes, pubs, art galleries, shopping, restaurants, boutiques and is an active community enjoying numerous civic events throughout the year.
Additional amenties include MBTA Commuter Rail at Swampscott Station  to Boston as well as two major MBTA bus routes for local travel. In addition, a new state of the art High School is under construction as well as planning for a new Public Safety Building. Come home to Swampscott.
For additional information for Swampscott Massachusetts please … (0 comments)

profile: Massachusetts Real Estate (Profile) MA - 05/02/07 01:10 AM
Real Estate is local. So where do you start your search for real estate in Massachusetts? Let me introduce myself. My name  is Mike Ross and I am a REALTOR with Coldwell Banker Residential Brokerage and welcome to my blog.
The first step towards real estate in MA is to contact a real estate agent like myself. I am a lifelong resident with 17 years of experience throughout Massachusetts. I am proud to inform you that my network is #1 in Massachusetts for all real estate transactions. I have associates dedicated to creating exceptional real estate experiences to our customers and communities. I have a wealth … (0 comments)

profile: City of Gloucester, MA (Profile) - 04/30/07 03:44 PM
Welcome to Gloucester, Massachusetts known as America's oldest seaport according to archived historical records dating back to 1606.  Gloucester has a rich history of providing the world with food from the sea. Commercial fishing has been the backbone for this community located 30 miles Northeast of Boston. On any given day you can enjoy the views of Gloucester Harbor and watch the fishing ships leave port or watch sailboats and motorboats in the summer. Fort Stage Park offers residents and vistors a relaxing atmosphere to picnic, relax or watch local artist's  paint traditional New England themes. Beaches abound the shorelines and with great … (0 comments)

profile: Town of Hamilton, MA (Profile) - 04/30/07 12:50 PM
Welcome to one the finest North Shore communities in Essex County. Hamilton is located 30 miles north of Boston in "horse country" as many people like to say. A long tradition of sprawling pastures and bridle trails as well as polo matches sponsored by the Myopia Hunt Club help give this town a country setting.
Known for having a top tier public school system, excellent sports programs, and numerous community events, Hamilton residents keep a rich tradition of parades, summer concerts at Patton Park and charity events to support their town.  Recent additions include a new public Middle School and High school … (4 comments)

profile: Town of Boxford, Massachusetts MA (Profile) - 04/29/07 03:07 PM
 
Settled by Europeans in the early 1600's, this farming community for centuries has been just that, a small rural community tucked away in the northern section of Essex County. Strong willed by the  character of the residents, Boxford has been one community set on staying "free and clear" from urbanization. Town government has maintained a 2 acre minimum size lot for residential property while working hard to maintain a small commercial base representing 7% of all land with a commercial assessment. A small population of 8200 with a median house price of $620,000.00 makes Boxford an ideal community for privacy as it … (0 comments)

profile: City of Salem, MA (Profile) Witch City - 04/29/07 02:02 PM
Welcome to the City Of Salem, MA located 18 miles of north of Boston. Settled in 1626 when Roger Conant arrived with the first settlers, Salem has been a city rich in history. Famous for the witch trials of 1692, the local economy has thrived from tourism, manufacturing, medical facilities as well as a strong presence of state and county government employment. Salem Hospital, North Shore Children's Hospital, Salem State College, Offices of Essex County Government, Salem Superior & Probate Courts are just some of the key institutions that continue to make Salem one of the hottest "hubs" north of Boston. … (1 comments)

profile: City of Beverly, MA (Profile) - 04/29/07 11:07 AM
Welcome to Beverly, Massachusetts birth place of the United States Navy. As one of the first settlements in New England, Beverly has been a vibrant seaport throughout its history. Today Beverly Harbor is an active port and an attractive destination for numerous leisure activities.
Many local residents are employed in the fishing and lobstering industries as well as strong service related businesses to support the  yachts, powerboats, sail boats that use Beverly Harbor. 
Beverly has instuted a "smart growth" policy to build additional new housing on the waterfront as well as new condominium developments close to the MBTA Commuter rail Depot Station.  Combined these … (0 comments)

profile: City of Peabody, MA (Profile) - 04/29/07 02:22 AM
 
Throughout its history Peabody has been a regional employment center for the North Shore. Now, with its rejuvenated downtown, major shopping centers, busy industrial base and new retail centers, Peabody has grown into a vibrant, diverse community, and a wonderful place to live and raise a family. Called the Tanner City for its rich history of producing leather products as part of a strong economic base, Peabody has some of the most impressive housing developements on the North Shore.
As a former resident of Peabody I always recommend home buyers look into the housing opportunities in a well run city that offers … (0 comments)

 

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