Homes For Sale In Rowley Massachusetts
Living in Rowley Massachusetts ……
Rowley, Massachusetts ~ Approximately 28 miles miles from Boston, Rowley, MA sits Rowley lies along the Atlantic Ocean north of Cape Ann, the mainland separated from the ocean by a small portion of Plum Island and Plum Island Sound. It was an area that originally started as a farming and mills to support such activities. In the 1600s there was an active “fulling” mills (used to make fabric, mostly wool and cotton) and grist mills (to grind corn). Today the town continues the rural feel of it’s heritage as it is a right to farm community where backyard chickens are all the rage. A nice town with sometimes a sleepy feel it suits those who are looking for a quiet town but close enough, 7 miles to Newburyport for example, to have a walkable city offering restaurants and shops. What is very interesting is this area encompasses spectacular coastal woodlands, salt marshes, and tidal creeks. The Mass Audubon Rough Meadows sanctuary, manages in collaboration with the Essex County Greenbelt, is part of the Great Marsh ecosystem. The area has been designated an Important Bird Area and Area of Critical Environmental Concern. There are well marked trails to explore and enjoy the outdoors.
A suburb of the Greater Boston area, Rowley has a total area of 20 square miles, of which 18 is land and 2 is water. When looking at the map of Rowley it spans from the Atlantic Ocean over Route 1 to I-95. Fertile soil abounds in this area while supporting a community of approximately 5,500 people.
Government of Rowley, Ma
Rowley, Ma uses the Town Meeting form of government and elected selectmen serve as the presiding government officials. Anyone may attend Town Meeting but only registered voters may vote.
- Routes 1A, 1, 133 serve as the main transportation corridors.
- Interstate 95 (I-95) also runs by the town. The
MBTA Commuter Rail train stops in Rowley and offers 282 parking spots terminating in Boston at North Station (60 minute ride). Access to the south side of Boston can be accessed via the T and/or local buses.
According to the Census of 2000 there were approximately 5,500 people, and 5,800 in 2010
The source of Rowley’s water comes from three groundwater wells located on Town-owned parcels of land within the Parker River Basin. The water department monitors the system and makes every effort to provide good quality drinking water. Well #3 & Well #5 are treated and filtered through a treatment plant.
Trash Pick-up in Rowley, Ma The town offers a recycling center but trash pick up is offered through a private sector contractor.
Education of Rowley, Ma
The Rowley Public School District is part of the Triton regional school system consisting of: Pine Grove Elementary serves Rowley while Salisbury and Newbury have their own elementary schools. The Triton Middle and High School are located in Newbury on the same campus.
The Rowley Public Library hosts many programs conducted that are worth exploring.
Terrain of Rowley, Ma
Breathtaking coastal marsh lands are a part of Rowley’s terrain and most of the hiking/walking is done in the Mass Audubon preserve. Other place to hike are in adjacent towns such as Newbury which shares similar geographic terrain or Georgetown which offers forest. Rowley also offers a great 9 hole golf course which is open to the public.
Homes For Sale In Rowley, Massachusetts
There are many types of homes for sale in Rowley, Massachusetts! Each Month we publish a “E-Newsletter” that details the number of sales so you can see the raw data. Sign up for our “E-Newsletter” and get the housing scoop. Additionally, we will set up an IDX feed for homes that are for sale in Newburyport that you are specifically interested in. For example if you only want to see home with “in-law units” then we will custom make your home search. Just fill out the inquiry so we can get the information to you.
How’s the Housing Market in Rowley, Massachusetts?
What happened in 2020? In this video we uncover what happened in Essex County and more! If you would like additional information and/or specific to Rowley we have those numbers too! Just reach out whenever you are ready.
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