- 78 Thatcher Road – 6 units – $1.1M+
- 74 Thatcher Road – 6 – 8 units – $1M+
- 45 Riverside Ave – 10 units – $1.1M+
- Surf Village – 8 units – $1M+
- 4-6 Eastern Point Blvd – 6 units – $1M+
- 10 Grapevine Road – 3 units – $869K+
- 7 Boulder Ave – $1.2M
- 103 Eastern Ave – $899K
- 5 Stanwood Point – $899K
- 30 Raven Lane – $1.175M
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26 Rowley Shore Gloucester $1,995,000.
You’ll find 26 Rowley Shore tucked between sandy Plum Cove Beach and Gloucester’s quaint village of Lanesville. This private, ocean front home offers sweeping, open Atlantic views of sea and sky. A long, breezy deck is perfect for al fresco dining and watching the magnificent sunset. The light filled interior features hardwood floors, a true “cook’s” kitchen, en suite first floor master, an office, a studio and an exercise room. Three more bedrooms are ready for your family and guests. Easily accessible from Boston for weekend and summer use, the views from walls of ocean-facing windows and sliding doors are so magnificent, you may want to make this your forever home.
89 Wingaersheek Road Gloucester $2,725,000 (Under Contract)
Behind the stone pillars, down an exclusive, oceanfront road is where you’ll find this 1990 built Coffins Beach home. Located “mid beach”, the sweeping 180 degree vistas are mesmerizing from both first and second floors. The spectacular views of this private, unspoiled mile and a half beach start the moment you enter the home. Drawn into the open living/dining room and out onto the deck, you’ll feel like you’re already “in the dunes” and on the beach. The home includes easy 8 car parking and a detached garage for all your water toys. Family and guests will love Gloucester’s vibrant arts scene and beach-town activities, just 50 minutes north of Boston.