Gloucester, MA Homes For Sale

Gloucester is a major destination for artists, those who love to fish, and tourists. It is home to the oldest seaport in all of the United States. Gloucester is situated between the Massachusetts Bay and Ipswich Bay. Neighboring communities are Ipswich, Manchester-by-the-Sea, and Essex. The central neighborhoods in the city are Annisquam, West Gloucester, East Gloucester, Magnolia, Central, and Lanesville. There’s over 60 miles of coastline and about 50 miles away from Boston, which residents can access via highway or commuter rail.

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Gloucester, MA Homes Listings
November 29, 2020
53
Listed
83
Avg. DOM
$400.96
Avg. $ / Sq.Ft.
$725,000
Med. List Price
53 Properties
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About Gloucester, MA Real Estate

Gloucester condos start around $220,000 and can cost up to $1.2 million. Most condos have between one and two bedrooms and one and two bathrooms. There are many waterfront properties available.

Townhomes in the community start at $300,000 and can cost over $1.4 million. Bedrooms range from two to four bedrooms and one to four bathrooms.

Single-family homes start around $300,000 and can cost beyond $9 million. They typically have two to five bedrooms and two to six and a half bathrooms.

Multi-family homes cost between $700,000 and $3 million.

Land in Gloucester can cost between $200,000 and up to $2.6 million.

Living in Gloucester, MA

Residents of Gloucester have year-round access to the numerous parks, beaches, and natural beauty. The ocean views are incredible from many spots in the town, and there are plenty of beaches where residents and tourists can relax, unwind, and catch some sun. The most popular beaches are Half Moon Beach, Cressy’s Beach, Wingaersheek Beach, Plum Cove Beach, and Good Harbor Beach.

Along with the ocean, there are many parks and hiking trails and lush green spaces to walk through, go for a bike ride, or go for a run. Some of the most notable parks and trails include the award-winning Gloucester Harbor walk, Dogtown & Babson Boulder Trail, and Ravenswood Park.

You can visit three lighthouses: the Ten Pound Island Lighthouse, Annisquam Lighthouse, and Eastern point lighthouse. Gloucester is a very pedestrian-friendly community with numerous local businesses and restaurants. The downtown area is full of history and charm with brick buildings and waterfront views. There are many museums to visit for history and art buffs to brush up on facts about Gloucester. The Cape Ann Museum, Maritime Gloucester waterfront museum, the Rocky Neck Art Colony, and the Hammond Castle Museum. The landscape that the city offers has inspired artwork for many years, and it’s home to the oldest working art colony in all of North America. The community continues to be a hub for poets, painters, sculptors, and musicians to come and feel at home.

If you are looking for a fantastic place to raise a family, Gloucester has some excellent schools for students from kindergarten to high school. There are around 3,000 students that attend schools in the area. The five elementary schools are West Parish, Beeman Memorial, Plum Cove, East Gloucester, and Veterans’ Memorial. The middle school is O’Maley Innovation Middle School, and Gloucester High School serves high school students.

If you love the outdoors, ocean views, and a friendly and welcoming community, Gloucester could be the best place for you.