Gloucester is home to pristine beaches, exquisite restaurants, and vibrant culture.
Sold over $1 million
(total homes sold: 288)
Avg. Sales Price 2021
Gloucester is home to world-class museums and beaches, beautiful art, whale watching excursions, schooner sails, lighthouses dating from as early as the 1780s and exquisite restaurants and so much more. Antique homes and cultural museums preserve and celebrate Gloucester’s history of maritime culture while the gorgeous coastlines provide a year-round destination for outdoor enthusiasts and adventures with trails, hiking, biking, and rowing. Gloucester also boasts charming boutiques and empowers independently owned shops, speciality stores and markets. Only a short train ride to Boston, Gloucester has a small town feel with a thriving downtown and wonderful leisure activities.
The city of Gloucester’s crown jewel! Good Harbor is a pristine, wide flat beach with soft, white sand perfect for leisurely days at the beach. At high tide enjoy swimming, body surfing, and boogie boards or venture to Salt Island at low tide. Spend afternoons playing volleyball as the sun sets turning the color a beautiful pink. Whether you are an avid swimmer, a bookworm, a body surfer, or one that likes to explore the beach, Good harbor is the place to be.