Why you'd want to live in Beverly
A quiet Boston suburb located northeast of the city, Beverly is home to more than 40,000 residents. It’s not a suburb in the typical sense, however — its incorporation in 1668 means the town has had centuries to develop its distinguishing features and character. From the landscape and parks to the homes and businesses, nothing is cookie-cutter here. In addition to tidy neighborhoods showcasing the best of Beverly’s real estate options, the town has a handful of quaint commercial districts. You’ll find eateries, cafes, and shops along both Cabot Street and Rantoul Street. Recreation spots are plentiful, including Dane Street Beach, Snake Hill Park, and the Beverly Golf & Tennis Club. Homes for sale in Beverly range from simple condos to grandiose dwellings spanning thousands of square feet. No matter which you choose, curb appeal is practically guaranteed.