Very well maintained 2 family in convenient location located on a dead-end-street and close to major routes. Both units have wood flooring, separate utilities, and large ...
Listing courtesy of John J. Green from M. Celata Real Estate
PROPERTY TO BE SOLD AS IS. The most recent use was as a restaurant. Great Downtown location. The remaining structure could be used a number of way due to recent zoning c...
Listing courtesy of Steven Macdonald from Coldwell Banker Realty - Lynnfield
Picture perfect colonial with a main level featuring a generous sized eat-in kitchen, family room, formal living room and dining room. The kitchen has stainless steel app...
Listing courtesy of Angela DiRusso from William Raveis R.E. & Home Services
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Danvers is a charming town on Massachusetts North Shore about 40 minutes outside Boston. It was once part of Salem, and real home to the infamous Salem witch trials.
For outdoor recreation you can visit Endicott Park, or Danvers' many playgrounds, trails and playgrounds. Shoppers can go to the Liberty Tree Mall in town, and the North Shore Mall is also just a short drive south of town.
Whatever your needs, Danvers is a great place to call Home.
Danvers is a water town with waterfront homes and several marinas an yacht clubs to keep you busy.
Danvers has many beautiful residential neighborhoods. Residents can enjoy the culture and convenience, as well as the quiet atmosphere of its neighborhoods.
Below, you will find quick search options for houses or condos, as well as foreclosure deals and multi-family homes for real estate investors. Click one of the search options below to get started.
Danvers is an upscale town with some waterfront homes and water views. It also offers a variety of historic houses, as well as new construction houses. For more info visit our houses page.
Danvers has many options for the lifestyle-conscious. From the waterfront condominiums on Water Street to New condos in Edmunds Cove - ranging from affordable to high-end. To see more details about condos visit our condos page.
For investors, Danvers offers many multi-unit investment properties. These income generating properties are good option for owner-occupants, or strictly as a business investment.
Another great option are foreclosures and short sales. Buying a foreclosure or short-sale home can be a great move for the right investor. Make sure you do your homework.
For more info about investment properties for sale today in Danvers, visit the multi-family homes page or click the foreclosures image here...
Locals commute to the city by car or commuter rail.
Two major highways cut through Danvers. In West Danvers, take 95 (or Route 1, if 95 is backed up). On the eastern side take the Yankee Division Highway, which zips by the North Shore Mall, and joins Interstate 95. Getting into Boston should take you about an hour.
Rail commuters can hop on the Newburyport/Rockport Line at MBTA's Beverly Depot Station - an 11-20 minute drive from Danvers. Then, the trip to North Station takes about 36 minutes. About an hour total.