Housing Prices in 2 Of MAs Oldest Communities

MASSACHUSETTS — For people in Massachusetts, the month of November always carries a little additional significance.

Though the pilgrims first landed at Plymouth Rock in December of 1620, it’s largely believed that the Thanksgiving holiday is modeled after a 1621 harvest feast shared by the pilgrims who landed in Plymouth and the native Wampanoag people.


During the month of November, Patch’s real estate listing will feature a look into some of Massachusetts’ oldest communities.

According to a 2019 MassLive report, Rockport was first settled in 1623 and Gloucester was settled in the same year.

Four hundred years later, what does it cost to live there now?

7 Parker St., Unit 1, Rockport, Mass.

This standalone condo is located in the heart of Rockport and is listed for $685,000.

The home is highlighted by a bright and cozy four-season sun room off the living room, which itself features a wood-burning stove.

145 Atlantic Rd., Gloucester, Mass.

SØBORG, Danish for “Sandy Castle”, is a magnificent home located on the rocky coastline of New England in Gloucester, Massachusetts.

The home brings images of “Great Gatsby” and classic New England extravagance, and is listed for $3,722,000.

This home also abuts Bass Rocks Golf and Tennis Club, with Bass Rocks Beach Club, and several beaches including Good Harbor and Eastern Point Yacht Club nearby.

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