Salem – A City That Celebrates Family.
The city of Salem embraces the family. Local leaders have dedicated themselves to offering exceptional academics, with two new elementary schools recently opened and a complete renovation of the middle school just completed. A robust and well-run sports program provides competitive and recreational options for children of all ages. In Salem, the family is the focus. As well, Salem is home to numerous exceptional attractions such as the renown Peabody Essex Museum, the delightful Salem Willow Waterfront Park with its elegant antique carousel, Winter Island’s sandy beaches, and ocean boating from the famous Pickering Wharf. The arts too are alive and well in Salem. The City was chosen to be the North of Boston satellite for the world-famous Boston Ballet. And, at Salem State College, the Center for the Arts offers a rich repertoire of theater, dance, music and prominent speaker series.
Live in Salem and Enjoy Easy Access
Salem is conveniently located north of Boston and not far from many of the region’s recreational, educational, and business centers. Choose your mode of transportation. Perhaps it’s the convenient and relaxing commuter rail and its 30-minute ride to downtown Boston, where world-class art and culture abound. Or hop in your car and easily jump on interstate 95, long know as Route 128, to head north for mountain skiing or south for Cape Cod’s rambling white sand beaches. Living in Salem at Strongwater Crossing is so close to everything. But of course, it can feel as far away as you desire. This is a perfect place to live.
Salem –History. Culture.
Back in the 17th century, the small seaside city of Salem generated a reputation likely far more fantasy than fact, but nonetheless, tightly woven into the fabric of this culturally diverse and artfully included community. The mystical arts that were to have flourished in those days gone by still evoke Salem’s mischievous side, much to the delight of residents and visitors alike. Living in Salem is to live a charmed life, with its myriad shops, restaurants, art galleries, waterfront attractions, and, of course, the obligatory haunted house. And since this quaint community is a mere 30 minutes from Boston, it provides the right mix of urban access, with the feeling that home is a well-deserved getaway. And even more deserved when home is at Strongwater Crossing.