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November 22, 2013

Seaside stunner must be seen to be believed


While convenient to an eclectic downtown and major routes for commuting, this home is sited at the end of a long, secluded drive and buffered by additional conservation land for the utmost in privacy.

“Tranquility and water surround this property, making it a very remote setting away from it all. It is an inviting beacon for gathering family and friends,” says the Realtor. “From points throughout the house and grounds, the horizon seems limitless, stretching without obstruction toward Essex Bay, Crane’s Beach, Hog Island, Isle of Shoals, and the New Hampshire and Maine coastlines. Very rarely does a magnificent retreat such as this become available.”

This stunning property is shown by appointment only. Please call Amanda Armstrong at 978-879-6322 for more information or to schedule a viewing.


  • 8 rooms
  • 3-plus bedrooms
  • 2 full baths
  • 1,685 square feet
  • $2,395,000


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