Settled in 1642
Newburyport, Massachusetts is a charming seaport city at the mouth of the Merrimack River, in the northeast corner of the state. The smallest city in Massachusetts, Newburyport is rich in history and brimming with arts, culture and recreation. People come to Newburyport for first-rate dining, great downtown shopping, and festivals of all types, as well as lovely parks, beaches, conservation land, and boating.
During the summertime, the water's edge is buzzing with activity as fishermen and beautiful boats of all shapes and sizes come and go. For the adventuresome, there is sailing, whale watching, kayaking and deep sea fishing. For the romantic, you can enjoy watching the sun set on an after-dinner cruise or from the deck of one of many waterfront restaurants.
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A portion of Newburyport actually lies on the northernmost area of Plum Island, a sandy barrier island just south of the mouth of the Merrimack River. However, the majority of the inhabited section of the island is part of Newbury, and other smaller sections of the southern end of the island are part of the towns of Rowley and Ipswich.
Newburyport has a warm community spirit, stimulating cultural environment, and appeals to a broad range of homebuyers including families, professionals, outdoor enthusiasts, and retirees. Beautiful homes rich in historic heritage are blended together with artfully renovated single family homes, and condominiums. From affordable to luxurious, the Newburyport housing market offers a myriad of choices for homebuyers.
Newburyport is a small coastal city in Essex County, 35 miles northeast of Boston. It is bordered by the Merrimack River, and then Salisbury and Amesbury to the north, the Atlantic Ocean to the east, Newbury and it’s marshlands to the South, and West Newbury to the west.
Size: 9.5 square miles
Average Home Cost: $471,279*
Tax Rate (Fiscal 2014): $13.34 per thousand
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*Data collected from MLSPIN based on single family sales during the 12 month period from January 1, 2014 - December 31, 2014.