One of Greater Boston’s top spots to live, Beverly, Massachusetts, “birthplace of America’s Navy” has something for everyone. Originally an agricultural and working waterfront community, Beverly was a summer resort in the 1800s and continues to draw ocean, boating, and beach lovers from afar.
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Miles of coastline, marinas, yacht clubs, beaches, parks, a kayak learning center, even two islands, Great and Little Misery, means you’ll see all types of water enthusiasts daily. For land lubbers there’s Beverly Golf and Tennis Club, Kernwood Country Club and
Lynch Park in Beverly Cove. The thriving downtown, home to The Cabot Theatre, a 1920 movie palace, civic treasure, cultural center and quite possibly the “heartbeat” of Beverly is flush with European bakeries, shops, cafés, and hip restaurants. The music scene is alive and well with legendary venues including the historic Larcom Theater and Chianti Restaurant. Bill Hanney’s award-winning North Shore Music Theatre, most recently, “Best of the Northshore - Best Live Theatre Venue” entertains approximately 250,000 patrons annually.
Located on the North Shore, just 26 miles from Boston with Commuter Rail access from 5 locations; North Beverly, Beverly Depot, Montserrat, Prides Crossing and Beverly Farms, this oceanfront community is an oasis providing easy access for those who work in the city of Boston and beyond. Beverly is also serviced by its own municipal airport.
Bordered by Manchester-by-the-sea, Wenham, Danvers, and Salem with easy access to major routes, Beverly is home to 13 private schools and a large college student population who attend the beautiful seaside Endicott College, the downtown Montserrat College of Art, and Northshore Community College. Learn about Beverly public schools and Beverly private schools.
From Prides Crossing and Beverly Farms to Ryal Side and Goat Hill, Beverly is a hub for creativity with numerous art studios and galleries, a bustling and trendy downtown, home to career lobstermen, and summer residence to the wealthy of historic Prides crossing and Beverly Farms. Wide diversity makes Beverly a desirable North Shore community many are fortunate to call "home".