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Haverhill, MA Real Estate And Community Resources Guide
Stop wrestling with the decision of whether to live in the city or the suburbs. You don't have to choose.
Haverhill, Massachusetts offers the best of city living with a small-town feel, and it's less than a 45-minute drive to Boston and a 30-minute drive to the New Hampshire Seacoast. Haverhill, MA has two MBTA commuter rail stops and five exits off of Interstate 495. The easy-to-use and parking-friendly Manchester, NH International Airport is about a 35-minute drive away.
The Haverhill, MA real estate market is diverse, with homes for sale ranging in price from less than $100,000 range for one- and two-bedroom condominiums to more than $1 million for homes on the beautiful Merrimack River. Haverhill offers charming old Victorian houses and spacious, modern, new construction homes in rural settings and on golf courses. First-time home buyers enjoy a large selection of well-maintained, moderate-sized, single-family homes for less than $300,000.
Interested in condominiums or townhouses? Several new condominium and townhouse projects are just completed or in the works downtown and also in more country-like settings. Older condomimiums are much more affordable than anything you'd find in or around Boston.
Haverhill has a tremendous array of active and passive recreational opportunities, such as four 18-hole golf courses, a downhill ski area, two horseback riding academies, a public skating rink and a sailing program. The newly renovated Haverhill YMCA offers a variety of programs for adults and kids. There are several parks and playgrounds that offer baseball and soccer fields and basketball and tennis courts.
The Merrimack River travels for about 12 miles through the city, providing walking, jogging, bird watching and boating opportunities. Haverhill's residents invite visitors to come and watch the growing population of bald eagles, which inhabit the city along the Merrimack River. Money Magazine rated Haverhill the No. 1 place to live in New England in 1995.
Downtown Haverhill recently has experienced a renaissance. Besides an array of restaurants, there are several antique stores, art galleries and retail shops. Many young professionals have decided to make Downtown Haverhill their home over the past few years.
Without question, the restaurant district in Downtown Haverhill is the best of any city or town north of the North End. Diners can find every kind of food from trendy to traditional in atmospheres that range from elegant to casual.
The city is home to Merrimack Valley Hospital, a recently built $6 million police station, an excellent public library and several newer public schools (School Assignments By Street 2008-2009).
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