- Current inventory stats in Rockport, Gloucester, Essex, Manchester and Beverly
- Update on last weeks Conomo Point Essex auction
- 9 homes on our tour
Manchester by-the-Sea (http://www.manchester.ma.us) is the first Cape Ann community, just 20 miles north of Boston. Wrapped around one of New England’s most picturesque harbors, residents love Singing Beach, the quaint shops, fine restaurants and Manchester’s historic New England charm.
Known as “the birthplace of the American Navy” Beverly, Massachusetts is the gateway to Cape Ann. Home to Endicott College, the Montserrat School of Art, Long Hill and its renowned Sedgwick gardens, this ocean front community is especially vibrant during the summer months. There’s plenty to do with Lynch Park, Dane Street Beach, West Beach, the Jubilee Yacht Club, the North Shore Music Theatre and the Larcom Theatre as well as many fine restaurants and shops at your fingertips. For an easy commute into Boston, Beverly offers the convenience of five different MBTA commuter rail stations.
Gloucester Massachusetts (http://gloucester-ma.gov/) is America's oldest seaport and home to Rocky Neck, the longest, continually working art colony in the country. This authentic fishing village offers world class art and theatre, award winning restaurants, deep sea fishing and whale watching. Sandy beaches abound: Good Harbor Beach, Wingaersheek Beach, Long Beach and Coffin Beach. For day to day, local happenings, visit goodmorninggloucester.com
Rockport Massachusetts (http://www.townofrockport.com/) is quintessential Cape Ann. Just north of Gloucester and surrounded on three sides by the Atlantic Ocean, this charming village is where you’ll find Motif #1 and some of Cape Ann’s most prolific painters. Long Beach, the South End, Bearskin Neck and Pigeon Cove all offer stunning, open ocean views of Rockport's “granite shore”. Home to the Shalin Liu Performance Center and many fine restaurants, Rockport is the last stop on the MBTA commuter rail, just 50 minutes from Boston.