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Featured Apartments in Gloucester, MA
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Gloucester MA, 01930
Convenient Downtown Location....Across the Street from Library....On Bus Line
Gloucester MA, 01960
Beautiful River Setting- Convenient Route 128 Location- Fully Applianced Kitchens
Gloucester MA, 01923
Beverly Commons is located on 16 acres of lush greenery accented by impeccable landscaping. Our community is within minutes of Routes 128 and 95, and walking distance to the commuter rail.
Gloucester MA, 01915
Great Location...Minutes from Rt 128 and 95, 1.6 Miles to Train Station...Newly Renovated Common Areas, New Hardwood Floors and Carpeting, Large Capacity Washer and Dryer on Each Floor.
Gloucester MA, 01960
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Overview of Gloucester
With the majestic New England shoreline at every turn, loads of family-friendly amenities, and a small-town atmosphere, the city of Gloucester is one of the best places in Massachusetts to call home. Residents who live in Gloucester apartments for rent can enjoy everything from whale watching to dining on some of the world's freshest seafood, checking out historical lighthouses, and enjoying America's oldest working art colony.
If you need the big city, Boston is just a short drive away - but Gloucester has so many exciting traits that you might never want to leave! Many of the residents here enjoy a high median household income, making this place one of the more prosperous in Massachusetts.
Living in Gloucester, MA
Gloucester got its start as a fishing and shipping port in the mid-18th century, making it one of the oldest New England cities on the map. Its stunning lighthouses and rocky Atlantic cliffs have been the inspiration for artists and photographers alike over the centuries, so when you live here, expect to see beauty at every turn. According to the 2010 U.S. Census Bureau, the population of Gloucester is around 29,000, and that number is estimated to grow as more people find out about everything the city has to offer.
Gloucester Attractions and Special Events
From whale watching to live music, the possibilities for fun are endless when you live in Gloucester. Here you can fish for cod, relax on one of the city's beautiful shorelines, meander through Gloucester's quaint New England downtown square, or learn about the city's culture and history with their Harbor Walk.
Locals here enjoy Cape Ann Brewing, one of the best places in the city to sip on a brew and enjoy New England fare. With its beer hall style tables, scenic deckside views of the harbor, and delicious fish and chips, this is the place to be in Gloucester.
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