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Marblehead

Welcome to Marblehead


Seaside town charm without seasonal crowds
 
Marblehead, MA, offers picturesque views, a tight-knit community, and a central location close to metropolitan Boston. This coastal neighborhood offers an old-world feel with hundreds of colonial-era homes built in the 17th and 18th centuries. This historic area is also a popular destination for water activities like kayaking, surfing, and yachting. Marblehead’s luxury real estate offers high-end living options, from sprawling single-family homes to peaceful retreats and oceanfront vacation homes. Whether you are looking for the perfect summer home away from the hustle and bustle of Boston or a great place to raise a family, Marblehead offers plenty. 
 

What to Love

 
  • Sweeping coastal views of the North Shore

  • Mid-century feel with a touch of modern

  • Historical attractions

Local Lifestyle


Living in Marblehead offers residents a laid-back New England vibe. Its residents appreciate its friendly, welcoming environment and are active members in their community. Residents love Marblehead’s walkable, well-maintained streets and often use them to walk or bike to nearby parks, restaurants, and shops. 
 

Dining, Entertainment & Shopping


Start your day at the 
Driftwood Restaurant, a popular eatery serving classic breakfast and lunch options alongside the historic Marblehead Harbor. Be sure to swing by Shubie's Marketplace for a gourmet sandwich before heading to the beach. The Barnacle Restaurant is the oldest family-run restaurant in Marblehead and offers seaside dining. Its fresh lobster rolls are arguably the best in New England. Near The Barnacle is The Landing, which offers fresh seafood on a spacious deck overlooking the harbor. 
 
For a day of shopping, head to the Sweetwater Trading Company on Atlantic Avenue. Founded in 2001, Sweetwater is a celebration of seaside culture, offering vintage goods, furniture, home accents, and more. A curated selection of classic toys can be found at Mud Puddle Toys.
 

Things to Do


You can discover much of Marblehead's history by navigating through the colorful streets of Old Town. Created like an open-air museum, its 18th-century houses, architecture, and historic landmarks sprinkled throughout Marblehead flaunt the town's history. 
 
Take a tour through Marblehead Neck for stunning views of the Marblehead Harbor and lighthouse. Marblehead Harbor is a seafarer’s paradise known for its incredible sailing industry. 

For picture-perfect views of the harbor, head to Crocker Park. Situated on nearly three acres of land off Front Street, Crocker Park is home to a gazebo, pavilion, and swimming float. This beloved park hosts numerous weddings, concerts, and the infamous Marblehead Festival of Arts.
 

Schools


The Marblehead Public School District serves the community of Marblehead. Highly-rated schools include:

  • Marblehead High School

  • Veterans Middle School

  • Village Elementary

  • Glover Elementary

  • Brown Elementary


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