The sights and sounds of the Atlantic abound from this light-filled home in picturesque Magnolia, connecting Gloucester and Manchester-by-the-Sea. Enjoy all that coastal living has to offer with incredible sunsets by the sea, beach days at Gray Beach, morning strolls along Shore Road, and boating on the North Shore.
The main floor offers a bright and breezy open-concept kitchen and living room with soaring ceilings, wood burning fireplace, and an abundance of windows offering beautiful, serene ocean views and direct access to the front deck. Adjacent to the living area is a flex space, perfect for an office with its own entrance. Completing the main level is a first floor master suite, half bath, and laundry.
Ascend the stairway to the landing, overlooking the living room and beyond to the Atlantic. One of the three bedrooms of the upper level provides breathtaking ocean views that can also be enjoyed from the attached balcony.
Proclaimed as "America's Oldest Seaport" and nicknamed "The Place to Be in the Summer," Gloucester is undoubtedly defined by the rivers and ocean that encompass it. From it's rich maritime tradition to its colony of artists, this seaside city is rooted in the natural beauty of its surrounds and the salt of the earth and the sea.
Today, while maintaining its maritime heritage and dedication to the arts, Gloucester boasts a bourgeoning downtown area with fantastic restaurants and shops, ample green space to explore, as well as some of the best beaches in New England. It's also the perfect middle point between bustling Boston, just 38 miles to the South, and quick weekend adventures to New Hampshire, Maine, and Vermont - and everywhere in between.
Gloucester is also home to some of the most luxurious homes in the North Shore, as it is one of the most desirable seaside towns in New England. As Cape Cod and Nantucket continue to be saturated and as working from home allows more flexibility to live outside of Boston, Gloucester is slated to be the emerging city to live in.