With 100+ towns and cities comprising Metro Boston, it’s hard to know where to start your home search–especially if you’re relocating from Out-of-State. To give another frame of reference, we’re Spotlighting some of these great local areas…
…Starting with One-of-A-Kind Salem, MA, which is located 15 miles from Boston on the North Shore.
Known for its unique, historical significance, Salem draws in tourists from all over the world. And it’s easy to see why…
Wouldn’t you like to:
Waste the day away at the historic Salem Willows park and seaside family entertainment area
Meander through an Eclectic Assortment of Locally Owned Shops in the Downtown District
Grab a Lobster Roll, Hot Dog, Ice Cream Cone or a Seat at the Bar at one of the many great dining options
Take a drive along the Essex Coastal Scenic Byway to one of the picturesque nearby beaches or quintessential New England towns
Sound more like a Vacation Destination than a place to Settle Down and Call Home?
Well, Consider This:
Boasting a population of over 40,000 people, Salem offers all the amenities of a Seaport Community, Small Urban Area and a Boston Suburb. Housing prices are more approachable than Boston and Salem has a full spectrum of Real Estate options: from Converted Warehouses and Loft Spaces to large Historic Colonials. If you’re relocating for work in Boston, there’s a Commuter Rail station right in Salem to make the daily ride more enjoyable (Bonus: option to commute via Ferry from May to October!). And if you’re hoping to find work once you arrive, Salem has its own Municipal Area, Hospital and State University in addition to numerous options in Hospitality, Retail and Tourism.
Thinking about Moving to Salem?
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