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Featured Apartments in Amesbury, MA
Luxury Apartment Homes In Historic Mill Buildings...Overlooking Powow River and the Riverwalk...26 Unique Floor plans...
Amesbury MA, 01913
Private balconies...Assigned off-street parking...convenient location, minutes from Hampton Beach.
Amesbury MA, 03874
Great location... fenced in patios.... washer and drier in unit....pet friendly
Amesbury MA, 03874
NEW apartment community! Legacy Park Offers Designer One, Two and Three Bedroom Apartments and Town Homes! Energy Star, Verizon-Fios and a GREAT LOCATION !!!
Amesbury MA, 01841
Great location! Washer/dryer hookups! Rent includes hot water!
Amesbury MA, 03857
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Overview of Amesbury
Nestled in the heart of Ipswich Bay along the Atlantic shoreline of Massachusetts, the city of Amesbury is a true New England delight for visitors, but especially residents. Home to loads of historical homes and attractions, plenty of outdoor recreation and a warm and welcoming population, there are many reasons why Massachusetts citizens are giving Amesbury apartments for rent a second glance. Located in beautiful Essex County, many residents here are young and enjoy a low unemployment rate and high median household income, according to City-Data. Amesbury is also positioned along Interstate 495, giving residents easy access to nearby Boston and the rest of the Atlantic shoreline.
Living in Amesbury, MA
Amesbury's heritage is on full display in many of the historical sites and buildings here, including the home of John Greenleaf Whittier - one of America's greatest poets. The city's hat museum shows the more than 100-year history of Amesbury being one of the leading cities for hat making during the 1800s and 1900s. Although this city is practically dripping with New England history, it still stays true to its small-town roots. According to data from the U.S. Census Bureau, Amesbury has more than 16,400 residents, giving it a charming atmosphere. The city boasts a staggeringly low poverty and crime rate, well-educated population and plenty of beautiful New England scenery for residents to enjoy.
Amesbury Attractions and Special Events
Cider Hill Farm is one of the biggest attractions in Amesbury, and there are plenty of reasons why. Open from May to November, this family-friendly tradition in the city is famous for its award-winning cider, delicious local honey, a wide variety of beautiful and healthy produce and more than 30 years of horticultural and agricultural excellence that is second to none.
Lake Attitash is another Amesbury attraction that many residents here enjoy for outdoor recreation. Here people can enjoy activities like boating, swimming, fishing and beachfront fun.
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