Peabody Homes & Real Estate - North Shore, MA
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About Peabody, MA Real Estate
Condos in Peabody start at $225,000 and can cost over $450,000. Bedrooms range from one to four bedrooms and one to two bathrooms.
Townhomes start at $300,000 and can cost up to $500,000. They often have two or three bedrooms and one to two and a half bathrooms.
Single-family homes start around $280,000 and can cost beyond $1.2 million. They typically have one to five bedrooms and two to six and a half bathrooms.
Multi-family homes start around $500,000 and can cost over $800,000.
Land in Peabody can cost between $99,000 and over $3 million.
Living in Peabody, MA
Peabody is home to a vibrant and thriving economy. There are many incentives to attract business owners to come and stay in Peabody. There are three central business communities called Centennial Park, the Northshore Mall, and downtown. The primary industries that thrive in Peabody are healthcare, finance, and technology.
Centennial Park is the premier business community in Peabody. World-class offices house technology, manufacturing, research and development, and healthcare professionals. Centennial Park was developed in the mid-80s by the Peabody Community Development Authority, and it has a campus setting. There are open spaces right outside the buildings, so there’s plenty of lush, green nature surrounding the 300-acre business park. It’s also located close to major highways for a convenient location.
Peabody has numerous accolades and awards, and in 2009, Forbes Magazine named it one of the Most Livable Cities in America. The picturesque community focus on neighborhoods, diversity, numerous supportive services, and recreation are only some of the ways that Peabody values the quality of life and taking care of infants to the elderly.
Many excellent schools serve the area. Elementary schools include Brown School, Burke School, Carroll School, Center School, McCarthy School, South School, Welch School, and West School. The one middle school is Higgins Middle School. High schools include Veterans Memorial High School and Bishop Fenwick High School. Additional schools include Covenant Christian Academy, North Suburban Jewish Community Center (NSJCC), The Peabody Learning Academy, St. John School, and Peabody Institute Library.
Peabody is known for supporting residents with outstanding healthcare facilities. These facilities include Boston Children’s at Peabody, Harvard-Vanguard, Lahey Medical Center, and Sports Medicine North.
Peabody is incredibly proud of the awards and accolades it has received, which include:
- Named fifth hottest housing market in the US by USA TODAY in 2018
- Playful City USA, five consecutive years for its commitment to parks & playgrounds
- Named one of America’s 100 safest cities according to Neighborhood Scout’s 2017 rankings
- Top 100 Safest Cities in America by Alarm.org
- One of America’s Best High Schools by Newsweek in 2013
- 100 Best US Cities to Live by Money Magazine in 2012
- Named a Tree City USA for several years in a row by the Arbor Day Foundation
- On the path to becoming an Age-Friendly Community as recognized by AARP Massachusetts and World Health Organization
- 14th Most Livable City by Forbes Magazine in 2009
Residents of Peabody have a high quality of life, access to excellent resources that are both financial and commercial, and there are a variety of excellent housing options for most budgets. If you choose Peabody, your new neighbors will be happy to have you.