North Shore Living
In 2012 we helped many clients to find success with their property search or sale. The list below represents the top sales from our firm.
|Price||Address||Listing or Buyer Rep|
|$2,725,000||634 Washington Street, Gloucester||Listing|
|$2,650,000||232 Franklin, Newton||Buyer|
|$1,487,000||2 Wyoma, Gloucester||Listing|
|$1,475,000||31 Shore Road, Gloucester||Listing|
|$1,300,000||223 Puritan Rd., Swampscott||Listing|
|$1,275,000||16 Wiley, Gloucester||Listing|
|$1,090,000||15 Atlantic Ave, Rockport||Listing|
|$1,050,000||1046R Washington St, Gloucester||Listing & Buyer|
|$960,000||101 river Rd., Merrimac||Listing|
|$899,000||2 Ships Bell, Gloucester||Listing|
To learn more about what makes By the Sea Sotheby's different or how we can help you with your home sale or purchase, please contact us.
Our colleagues at Sotheby's International Realty have published the latest print and online edition of RESIDE magazine, giving readers an opportunity to see luxurious properties from around the world.
Take a peak at it online to learn more.
You can also search for properties by location or by lifestyle on the Sotheby's International Realty website.
The world is evolving at a rapid pace.
This video captures the energy of a world in flux. As technology brings us closer, it becomes even more critical to reach out to the entire world -- in a way we can all relate. Here are a few statistics that excite us:
- There are 21 billion internet users.
- 31 Billion searches are done on Google every month.
- This year more searches will be done on mobile devices than on computers.
- Sotheby's International Realty will complete more than 59,000 transactions this year, representing $41 billion in sales.
- SothebysRealty.com provides searching in 16 languages
- The Sothebys Realty Youtube channel has had over 1.6 million views, and counting...
- Our local site ByTheSeaSIR.com has had visitors from 81 countries, representing 58 languages (from April 2012 - October 5, 2012).
- This is a new world...
Contact us to find out how we can leverage this international exposure for your home.
The autumnal colors have begun to peek out along the North Shore of Boston. The next month or so will bring us some glorious hues of oranges, reds and yellows. While the clouds were gathering overhead for a late summer storm, last Tuesday, it was still quite nice for a quick stroll around Marblehead, Massachusetts. This town is the perfect example of a Colonial era seaside settlement in New England. In fact, many of the original buildings still exist today.
I made a quick stop inside a couple of the shops in Marblehead. The first one was filled with beautiful home goods. C'est la Vie -- the name certainly pays homage to store's French country and seaside styles, with a combination of sophistication and whimsy; both rustic and metropolitan. It all reminded me of a recent feature in Northshore Magazine on a home that was converted from an old Swampscott firehouse. The elegantly dressed proprietor, Cassandra Hughes, greeted me with enthusiasm. It quickly became apparent to me that this boutique is an expression of the passion that Cassandra has for style and the treasures she displays.
Coming around the corner, I wandered inside Mud Puddle Toys, where the kid in me quietly coveted a small wooden sailboat kit, as well as many of the various and sundry colorful samples on display. Then I peeked inside the windows of Arnould Gallery and Framery, which is filled with romantic paintings of boats on the ocean. With Lady's Cove only a few blocks away, maritime artwork is a must. Also within a block was the Old Town House and several small shops.
It is very easy to see why so many of our clients are moving into and around Marblehead. Click here to see all available Marblehead real estate or contact us to schedule a private one-on-one consultation.